The 10 Most Popular Bathrooms of 2021

10. Herringbone Hero

This Los Angeles bathroom by Nandco Construction features a pair of glass shower partitions with an opening between them. The design lets the homeowner walk directly into the wet area, where two shower heads and a deep soaking tub beckon.

The gray elongated porcelain floor tile is laid in a herringbone pattern that adds visual texture to the luxurious space. Matte black hardware and plumbing fixtures provide striking contrast.
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8. Contemporary Corner

Designer Lea Biermann positioned a freestanding tub and a walk-in to take advantage of a well-lit corner in this Orange County, California, bathroom.

Matte black tub and shower fixtures provide contrast against the white tub and large-format marble shower tiles. Another standout material is the wood-look floor tiles in a parquet pattern that add warmth to the room.

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7. Pattern Power

Designer Rachel Hutchens of Maven Home Interiors intended for the patterned floor tiles in this Utah bathroom to make the biggest pop.

Other highlights include a custom walnut vanity and glazed ceramic baby blue shower tile in varying tones set in a vertical pattern.

6. Midcentury Mood

Designer Carl Mattison wanted this new en suite bathroom in Atlanta to look and feel like a luxury spa with a Mad Men vibe. “Gorgeous materials, clean lines, masculine shades of gray and touches of gold connect the space to the home’s midcentury roots and elevate it at the same time,” he says.

The vanity wall, which extends into the shower, is covered in 8-by-8-inch porcelain tiles in three different patterns, while the other two shower walls feature glossy charcoal ceramic tiles. Large-format porcelain tiles that mimic the look of black marble cover the floor.

5. Bright and Breezy

In search of a bathroom with plenty of storage, these California homeowners reached out to designer Sally Soricelli of Nestorations. The result is a fresh space with white porcelain Carrara marble-look tile for the shower walls and a vanity and floor-to-ceiling cabinet in a breezy shade of blue.

Another standout is the crisp white shiplap-covered wall. “The shiplap was a subtle design feature that really gave the space a designer touch,” Soricelli says.

3. Storage Superstar

These Dallas homeowners looked at Houzz photos and other online sources for inspiration, which led them to hire designer Tara Lenney of Tara Lenney Design. She helped them renovate their bathroom with a new layout that uses the space more efficiently.

Consolidating two closets into one large closet allowed space for Lenney to create a 12½-foot-long custom rift-cut white oak vanity. Matte black pulls, faucets and mirror frames coordinate with the shower fixtures. The sconces feature black and brass finishes.

2. Shiplap Showstopper

If you like the look of wood shiplap but want the durability of tile, this renovated San Francisco bathroom by Imagine Construction has a solution for you. The space features wall-to-wall white tile installed to look like shiplap. This process included using two different grout colors to help hide the transitions and make it look more like real wood shiplap.

A dark navy vanity with gold fixtures and a marble countertop help balance the white walls. The cream-toned stone floor tile laid in a herringbone pattern provides a finishing touch.

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