Bathroom Design Ideas with a Corner Tub
Bathroom Renovations Perth
An ensuite with a tranquil feature wall and stunning custom floating cabinets. Combining the spacious draws and mirror cabinet this space has more storage than you first realise. Clean lines and a calming sensation, a relaxing retreat for morning and night.
Inspired Interiors by Robyn Cote
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with furniture-like cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a corner tub, a corner shower, yellow tile, mosaic tile, yellow walls, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, solid surface benchtops, grey floor, a hinged shower door, beige benchtops, a niche, a double vanity and a floating vanity.
Contemporary wet room bathroom in Perth with a corner tub, white tile, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, engineered quartz benchtops, an open shower, a single vanity and a built-in vanity.
Sky Architect Studio
The main bathroom features the same palette of materials as the kitchen, while also incorporating a tall, reflective full-length mirror, a skylight with high light transmission and low solar heat gain and floor to ceiling double-glazed sashless window set next to a wall-hung vanity. Combined, these features add up to a great sense of space and natural light. A free-standing bathtub in the centre of the room, allows for relaxation while enjoying a magnificent ocean view.
Aranac (Contracting) Pty Ltd
Inspiration for a tropical wet room bathroom in Sydney with a corner tub, green tile, mosaic tile, mosaic tile floors, green floor and an open shower.
Hatch Constructions Group
Inspiration for a large contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a corner tub, a shower/bathtub combo, a two-piece toilet, beige tile, subway tile, beige walls, marble floors, a pedestal sink, marble benchtops, beige floor, a hinged shower door, multi-coloured benchtops, a niche, a double vanity and a floating vanity.
Mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a corner tub, an open shower, a two-piece toilet, gray tile, porcelain tile, grey walls, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, granite benchtops, grey floor, an open shower and white benchtops.
Our Armadale residence was a converted warehouse style home for a young adventurous family with a love of colour, travel, fashion and fun. With a brief of “artsy”, “cosmopolitan” and “colourful”, we created a bright modern home as the backdrop for our Client’s unique style and personality to shine. Incorporating kitchen, family bathroom, kids bathroom, master ensuite, powder-room, study, and other details throughout the home such as flooring and paint colours. With furniture, wall-paper and styling by Simone Haag. Construction: Hebden Kitchens and Bathrooms Cabinetry: Precision Cabinets Furniture / Styling: Simone Haag Photography: Dylan James Photography
McGarry Constructions Pty Limited
Mid-sized contemporary bathroom in Sydney with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, a corner tub, a corner shower, a one-piece toilet, white tile, porcelain tile, white walls, porcelain floors, black floor, a sliding shower screen, grey benchtops, a niche, a double vanity and a built-in vanity.
This lovely Malvern home saw a total transformation of all wet areas, including the main bathroom, ensuite, kitchen, and laundry. A professional couple with two young children, our clients tasked us with turning their newly bought Malvern property into their dream home. The property was in great condition, but the interiors were outdated and lacked the functionality to support a young family’s busy lifestyle. Because this was their forever home, we designed the spaces collaboratively with our clients focusing on nailing their aesthetic brief while providing them with a high level of functionality to suit their present and future needs. Our brief: The design needed to be child-friendly but with a sophisticated aesthetic All materials needed to be durable and have longevity A fresh, modern look with textures was a must The clients love cooking, so a kitchen that was functional as well as beautiful was paramount. The kitchen really is the central hub of this busy home, so we wanted to create a modern, bright, and welcoming space where all the family could gather and share quality time. The first thing to go was the outdated, curved floor-to-ceiling window, which didn’t align with our client’s vision for their dream home. We replaced it with large modern bi-fold stacking doors that let natural light seep in. We also removed an impractical external double door and replaced it with a tightly waterproofed servery bi-fold window, which our clients loved. The existing U-shaped kitchen was impractical with only one access, which created accessibility issues. Our solution was to completely redesign the kitchen to create an L-shaped layout with a large central island and two accesses for even flow. The table-like island was a priority in our client’s wish list because they wanted a spot where they could sit together and share meals and where the children could do homework after school. They loved the idea of sitting facing each other instead of in a line like you do in standard islands. That’s why we installed a custom-made powder-coated steel leg on the island, which looks beautiful and allows the family to sit on either side of it. To update the room’s aesthetics, we selected high-quality and durable materials for a fresh and modern look. The sleek white cabinetry features a super matt melamine finish with anti-fingerprint technology, which is low-maintenance, easy to clean and great for when there are kids in the house. To maximise every inch for functionality, we included smart storage solutions throughout the cabinetry, as well as a spacious pantry that can be tucked away when not in use. To create visual intrigue and add a textured layer to the space, we juxtaposed the smooth surfaces of the cabinetry and porcelain benchtop with a textured, hand-made look tiled splashback. The splashback is easy to maintain thanks to its epoxy grout, which is waterproof and repels dirt and grime. We also included lovely natural timber handles to add an organic touch to the design. We wanted the room to feel bright and happy, so LED downlights were evenly distributed throughout, complete with dimmers for when mood lighting was needed. We also used LED strip lighting under all overhead cabinetry and an automatic light in the pantry. The finishing touch was the lovely hub pendant above the island, which certainly takes the room’s aesthetics to the next level. To continue with the same modern tactile look in the laundry, we used a handmade square tile paired with led lighting to showcase the texture in the tile. Because the space also needed to be easy to maintain (and child friendly), we used super matt melamine with anti-fingerprint technology for the cabinetry with porcelain benchtops for ultimate durability. We used large-format tiles, which are easy to maintain and create the illusion of space, perfect for this small room. Lack of storage was solved with large floor to ceiling cupboards, which allowed us to use every inch of the room. To add a warm touch to this bright and airy space, we used circular timber handles. For the family bathroom and the ensuite, we continued the child-friendly theme by utilising large-format tiles pair with anti-fingerprint finishes for the cabinetry. In line with the modern aesthetic of the kitchen and laundry, we wanted to create a sophisticated space that felt unique to the home. Because we also wanted the bathrooms to feel calm and serene, we introduced curves in the design for a softer look and feel. The circular shape theme proposed by the custom mirrors continues in the basin, large free-standing bath and natural timber handles. The client loved the idea of using gunmetal finishes instead of the traditional chrome finish, so we selected gunmetal tapware which looks amazing paired with the custom arch mirrors. The led lighting around the mirrors provides function and form, being a decorative feature that creates mood lighting and additional task lighting. LED downlights were also evenly distributed throughout the spaces- all with dimmers for versatility. Drawers were the preferred method of storage, and they include concealed power points for practicality which was a critical point of our brief.
This is an example of a contemporary bathroom in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, a corner tub, a shower/bathtub combo, white tile, a vessel sink, beige floor, a shower curtain, white benchtops, a single vanity and a floating vanity.
James David Custom Homes
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Orange County with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, an alcove shower, a corner tub, a one-piece toilet, gray tile, stone tile, white walls, concrete floors, granite benchtops, grey floor and a hinged shower door.
Brothers Services Company
This master bath remodel features a beautiful corner tub inside a walk-in shower. The side of the tub also doubles as a shower bench and has access to multiple grab bars for easy accessibility and an aging in place lifestyle. With beautiful wood grain porcelain tile in the flooring and shower surround, and venetian pebble accents and shower pan, this updated bathroom is the perfect mix of function and luxury.
Large midcentury master bathroom in Los Angeles with a corner tub, grey walls, marble floors, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, a curbless shower, a wall-mount toilet, an integrated sink, marble benchtops, grey floor and a hinged shower door.
Soul Interiors Design, LLC
An original overhead soffit, tile countertops, fluorescent lights and oak cabinets were all removed to create a modern, spa-inspired master bathroom. Color inspiration came from the nearby ocean and was juxtaposed with a custom, expresso-stained vanity, white quartz countertops and new plumbing fixtures. Sources: Wall Paint - Sherwin-Williams, Tide Water @ 120% Faucet - Hans Grohe Tub Deck Set - Hans Grohe Sink - Kohler Ceramic Field Tile - Lanka Tile Glass Accent Tile - G&G Tile Shower Floor/Niche Tile - AKDO Floor Tile - Emser Countertops, shower & tub deck, niche and pony wall cap - Caesarstone Bathroom Scone - George Kovacs Cabinet Hardware - Atlas Medicine Cabinet - Restoration Hardware Photographer - Robert Morning Photography --- Project designed by Pasadena interior design studio Soul Interiors Design. They serve Pasadena, San Marino, La Cañada Flintridge, Sierra Madre, Altadena, and surrounding areas. --- For more about Soul Interiors Design, click here: https://www.soulinteriorsdesign.com/
Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
Complete bathroom remodel Summer 2013. This bath offers generous space without going overboard in square footage. The homeowner chose to go with a large double vanity, a nice shower with custom features a shower seat. We decided to keep the existing tub and deck it with carrara marble. The vanity area shown in this photo has plenty of storage for bathroom appliances in the tower. Below the mirrored wall cabinets we added a open towel storage space below. The mirrors were cased out with the matching woodwork, crown detail and carrara tile mosaics on each side. The countertop is Carrara slab marble with undermount Marzi sinks. The Kallista faucets are wall mounted, we was chosen in chrome since it was an easier finish to maintain for years to come. The floor tile is a 20 x 20 Silver Strand with a Carrara Marble strip set in straight. The backsplash to the vanity is the companion carrara mosaic random. Vaulted ceilings add to the dramatic feel of this bath. The polished nickel Restoration glass globe chandelier also adds to the dramatic glamor of the bath. The shower has three zones function, with a polished gray porcelain tile, mixed with split face white marble and carrara marble mosaics. This luxury bath sets its residence in Houston Texas.
J Design Group - Interior Designers Miami - Modern
Home and Living Examiner said: Modern renovation by J Design Group is stunning J Design Group, an expert in luxury design, completed a new project in Tamarac, Florida, which involved the total interior remodeling of this home. We were so intrigued by the photos and design ideas, we decided to talk to J Design Group CEO, Jennifer Corredor. The concept behind the redesign was inspired by the client’s relocation. Andrea Campbell: How did you get a feel for the client's aesthetic? Jennifer Corredor: After a one-on-one with the Client, I could get a real sense of her aesthetics for this home and the type of furnishings she gravitated towards. The redesign included a total interior remodeling of the client's home. All of this was done with the client's personal style in mind. Certain walls were removed to maximize the openness of the area and bathrooms were also demolished and reconstructed for a new layout. This included removing the old tiles and replacing with white 40” x 40” glass tiles for the main open living area which optimized the space immediately. Bedroom floors were dressed with exotic African Teak to introduce warmth to the space. We also removed and replaced the outdated kitchen with a modern look and streamlined, state-of-the-art kitchen appliances. To introduce some color for the backsplash and match the client's taste, we introduced a splash of plum-colored glass behind the stove and kept the remaining backsplash with frosted glass. We then removed all the doors throughout the home and replaced with custom-made doors which were a combination of cherry with insert of frosted glass and stainless steel handles. All interior lights were replaced with LED bulbs and stainless steel trims, including unique pendant and wall sconces that were also added. All bathrooms were totally gutted and remodeled with unique wall finishes, including an entire marble slab utilized in the master bath shower stall. Once renovation of the home was completed, we proceeded to install beautiful high-end modern furniture for interior and exterior, from lines such as B&B Italia to complete a masterful design. One-of-a-kind and limited edition accessories and vases complimented the look with original art, most of which was custom-made for the home. To complete the home, state of the art A/V system was introduced. The idea is always to enhance and amplify spaces in a way that is unique to the client and exceeds his/her expectations. To see complete J Design Group featured article, go to: http://www.examiner.com/article/modern-renovation-by-j-design-group-is-stunning Living Room, Dining room, Master Bedroom, Master Bathroom, Powder Bathroom, Miami Interior Designers, Miami Interior Designer, Interior Designers Miami, Interior Designer Miami, Modern Interior Designers, Modern Interior Designer, Modern interior decorators, Modern interior decorator, Miami, Contemporary Interior Designers, Contemporary Interior Designer, Interior design decorators, Interior design decorator, Interior Decoration and Design, Black Interior Designers, Black Interior Designer, Interior designer, Interior designers, Home interior designers, Home interior designer, Daniel Newcomb
Photo of a mid-sized modern master bathroom in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a corner tub, an open shower, a two-piece toilet, gray tile, ceramic tile, grey walls, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, marble benchtops, grey floor, an open shower and white benchtops.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary bathroom in Phoenix with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a corner tub, an open shower, porcelain tile, white walls and porcelain floors.
Design ideas for an industrial 3/4 wet room bathroom in New York with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, a corner tub, white tile, white walls, medium hardwood floors, an integrated sink, concrete benchtops, brown floor and an open shower.
Bathroom Design Ideas with a Corner Tub