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10 Favorites: White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Designer Directory

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10 Favorites: White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Designer Directory

April 20, 2016

Here are 10 favorite bathrooms from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory—some modern, some in cottage style, all demonstrating the versatility of white.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: In this Brooklyn townhouse bathroom renovation, architects Fernlund + Logan used white milk glass tile from Urban Archaeology and a showerhead from Grohe. Find all the hardware details in Design Sleuth: D-Line Hardware from Denmark.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: Australia-born, New York–based architect Amee Allsop used black plumbing fixtures against an otherwise white palette in this New York bathroom. We named the look one of our 2015 interiors trends; see more in Trend Alert: Black Tapware Roundup.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: New York architect Lauren Rubin used white marble hexagonal tiles for the floor and subway tiles for the walls in the bathroom of this Art Deco building rehab in the Upper West Side. See the rest of the space in Weekend Spotlight: Combining Two New York Studio Apartments

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: New York’s Matiz Architecture & Design used a traditional Moroccan white plaster finish on the bathroom walls of this West Village townhouse remodel. Get the details in The Architect Is In: A New York Remodel by Way of Belgium.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: A modern white bathroom from the portfolio of Charlestown, Massachusetts–based Bunker Workshop.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: San Francisco architect Mark Reilly covered the walls of this Palo Alto remodel bath with beveled white subway tiles and used Heath Ceramics’ Dwell Half Hex tile in gray and white on the floor. See the rest in The Architect Is In: A Renovation with Respect in Palo Alto.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: An all-white bathroom with wood paneled walls from the portfolio of Mill Valley, California–based Chambers + Chambers Architects.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: Beth Dadswell of Imperfect Interiors redesigned her own London bathroom using tongue-and-groove paneling, a Carrara marble shelf, and subway tile. See the whole project in Before and After: A London Victorian Transformed.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: Architect Sheila Narusawa overhauled this cottage bathroom with a wraparound open shelf, a white clawfoot tub, and painted wood floors. See the rest of the house in A Cottage Reborn in Coastal Maine.

White Bathrooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Above: A white-painted bathroom in the 540-square-foot home of interior designer Jessica Helgerson retains some of its original features from the 1940s.

For more from our designer directory, see Feeling Blue: Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory and 10 Favorites: Living with Shocking Color.

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