Bathroom design ideas for a single-family house in the suburbs of Philadelphia, USA. The bathroom designs follow the popular transitional style. They have a balanced appeal that blends together traditional details and modern design elements. The color palettes are delicate and mostly neutral.


The downstairs bathroom can be found on the ground floor. It is equipped with a drop-in bathtub, a toilet and a vanity cabinet with a sink and mirror.

The floor is set in decorative white marble tiles with dark brown outlines. The wall tiles complete the look with matching colors – dark wood patterned tiles and white marble tiles. The walls outside the shower/tub area are set in moisture resistant blue-grey paint.

A sheer curtain separates the bathtub from the rest of the space. The tub area features a tub and shower faucet, as well as in-wall niches for bathroom cosmetics.

The vanity cabinet is in dark wood and has a white marble countertop. The vessel sink is rectangular in shape. The round mirror has a brass frame and overhead wall lighting. A set of two wall shelves provide additional storage space.


The master bathroom is the largest bathroom in the house. It accommodates an enclosed shower area, a toilet area and a large vanity cabinet with two separate sinks.

The floor is set in patterned square tiles in white and cream. The walls in the shower area are finished in light wood patterned tiles, and so is the wall behind the vanity cabinet. The rest of the walls are to be painted in dark taupe.

The shower area is tucked away behind a tiled half-wall and a see-through glass screen. The shower area features built-in faucets and in-wall niches, as well as a shower bench for increased comfort.
The bathroom vanity is white and features a white marble top with two undermount oval sinks. Each sink has a designated white-framed mirror with wall sconces on each side.


The kids’ shared bathroom features a bathtub, a toilet and a vanity cabinet with two sinks. The color palette is neutral with a selection of white, cream and dark brown shades.

The floor is set in dark wood patterned tiles, and the walls in the bathtub area are finished in white herringbone tiles. The walls outside the shower area are painted beige.

The bathtub has a sheer white curtain to separate it from the rest of the space. It also features a modern shower rail kit, as well as in-wall niches and a ledge for bathroom cosmetics.

The vanity cabinet is white in color, and has a matching marble top. Both sinks are oval in shape and undermount. The mirrors have dark wood frames the stand out against a light-colored wall and match the dark wood floor tiles.