Each of 2012’s treasured baths offers something different to ers. Some inspire organizational ideas, others present creative tiling techniques, while still others take advantage of colour and natural light. Were you among those subscribers who saved these baths to an ideabook this past year? Take a look — among these magnificent spaces may inspire you.
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1. Open-concept shower in Washington state. Crisp tiles and a intelligent shower layout inspired ers’ own bathroom remodels. readers saved this picture for the open-concept shower, simple tub and blend of tile designs.
2. Sunlit Boston shower. While more shut than the previous shower, this shower’s skylight and porthole window allow for plenty of light. An integrated seat and unique door contour made it worth saving for many readers.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
3. Portland bathtub’s towel. Open Granite Cabinets to store towels in the conclusion of this tub inspired new storage solutions in ers’ bathrooms.
4. Double vanity in Denver. Figuring out how to organize a dual vanity can be difficult, but readers found it a little easier thanks to this picture. Shared and storage allows for plenty of drawer space. Restoration Hardware mirrors price less than habit however still possess a high-end appearance.
Frank Shirley Architects
5. Foggy Cape Cod bath that is blue. Not every homeowner wants an all-white bathroom, also readers adored that the blue walls and hardwood flooring in this area provided contrast.
Griffin Enright Architects
6. Open, modern California shower. This area’s tall ceilings, natural light and contrasting dark hardwood flooring caught ers’ eyes when they had been searching baths this year. The clean lines of this shower and bath would work in any home.
Hanson Fine Building
7. Lively Philadelphia and bright bathroom. It’s amazing what a little color can do. Splashes of citron in the sink and bathtub and a cheerful blue wall shade completely update the conventional style of this toilet.
8. Gorgeous tilework in San Francisco. subscribers loved the large-format tile in this toilet. The striking tile grain brings the eyes across the stone-covered area.
Lake Country Builders
9. Woodwork in Minnesota. Mixing up the tile dimensions on this toilet flooring makes for an eye-catching layout with just a single material. ers also noted that the wood cabinets and toilet door when saving this picture into their ideabooks.
J.S. Brown & Co..
10. Contrasting neutrals in Ohio. Despite the neutral palette, this bath has several unique design characteristics that readers wished to keep on file. The dark trim round the ceiling, the tiled ceiling and a contrasting tile flooring keep this toilet visually intriguing.