To make the kids' bathroom fun, you don't have to get carried away with an exaggerated theme or loads of expensive licensed products. Even a sophisticated design can be kid-friendly. A jaunty splash of bright wall color, a band of patterned tile, fanciful towel hooks, stripes painted on a bathtub surround, or a framed poster of a nature scene can be enough to add flavor to a vanilla space. Give the room a colorful boost with towels, rugs, or a bold shower curtain. By keeping the bones of the room fairly plain, you can change the fashionable add-ons as the children mature.
A beautiful master bath is one of the most sought-after features in a house, so make yours the very best with our most inspiring spaces. We've found luxurious master bathrooms that feature skylights, marble on every surface, deep soaking tubs with spectacular views, fireplaces, and TVs in the shower, so there is no shortage of ideas when it's time to create a dream getaway right in your own home. Don't have unlimited amounts of space? Not only will you find expansive master suites with top-of-the-line finishes, you'll also see lots bathrooms where the homeowner got creative with the space and their budget to craft their ideal space. Storage is key in a room that gets used daily, so we share good-looking solutions for hiding the essentials behind sparkling vanities, within closed cabinet doors, and inside decorative baskets and totes. No matter what size or style of master bathroom you want to create in your home, you're sure to find ideas and inspiration that will get you to your goal.
Three-quarter bathrooms are ideal for accommodating guests, or for use by children and teens. For this reason, three-quarter bathrooms are generally located near guest bedrooms. Contrarily, half baths tend to be located near living and kitchen spaces for efficiency and convenience.
Guest bathrooms can be located directly in or adjacent to a guest suite in the home, or they may be "free standing" and located in a hallway. In the case of a free-standing guest bathroom, style is often an opportunity to experiment with creative and eclectic approaches and add a bit of personality. However, since guest bathrooms are often used by multiple family members as well as guests, efficient use of space is often a paramount concern.