Bathroom Ideas & Inspiration
Explore inspiring bathroom ideas that will drastically make your home more efficient & appealing.
Learn what to consider when painting a bathroom and how to choose the right color.
Shower some love on your home’s most-frequented spaces with these finds from the annual kitchen and bath industry show. We’ve gathered genius gear guaranteed to improve day-to-day life, whether you fancy a hardworking faucet or crave a cool new fridge.
Ask This Old House plumbing expert Richard Trethewey gives a history lesson on bath fixtures and piping
Over-the-toilet organizers are a convenient way to store your toilet paper, towels, shower products, and other bathroom items. In this review, the This Old House Reviews Team researched the five best over-toilet bathroom organizers on Amazon to help you find the product that’s right for you and your home. The products included in this article are available at various furniture stores, local home centers, and online retailers like Amazon.
Give your bathroom an instant facelift with these great inexpensive flooring options.
Easy-access drawers and eye-level cabinet shelves, plus new fixtures and surfaces, add up to a bath that suits users of all ages.
Need to know what the best type of flooring is for a bathroom? Consider ceramic, vinyl, cork and concrete, to name a few.
Keep these key parts and new features in mind on your next toilet shopping trip.
Smart and thrifty updates help give your bathroom a fresh look.
Read these 15 tips to help you create a more spacious feel in your bathroom.
With approximately one hundred square feet each, here are four bath renovations that made the most of the space.
It’s where we start—and often end—the day. The shower has come a long way since it was hemmed in by tub walls and draped in a clammy curtain. Here’s how to turn the site of your daily drenching into a destination where style and function happily meet
Carefully consider size and space of each bathroom fixture to decide the best layout for your small space.
Get the job done with the right framing, plumbing, electrical, and finish details.
Forty years feels like half a lifetime ago—and it is. A look back at some of the kitchens and baths TOH has built confirms how times (and tastes) have changed...or have they?
A remodeled master bath takes inspiration from classic luxury-hotel style
If you’re still double-flushing or dealing with frequent clogs, your low-flow fixture might be due for replacement. Here’s why
To show just how far a little time and money can go, a homeowner gives her master bath its first new look in more than 20 years
Swapping adjacent bath and laundry locations allows for a smarter layout and fresh finishes
Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey travels to a plumbing facility in New Jersey to learn about advances in toilet engineering that help save water
We continue our best new home products with finds for baths and laundry rooms, whether they’re in need of a major reno or just a quick refresh.
Sacrificing a linen closet allows a little bath to live larger within the same footprint
Once considered an extravagance, steam rooms are now more attainable than most people may think—they can simply (and affordably) be added to an existing shower enclosure. Here’s how you can transform your bathing experience with a spa-quality steam shower, and begin to reap the healthy benefits of steam.
Explore our most popular transformations of the year, and gather ideas for your own remodel
A wall came down and a new layout and amenities went in, turning a two-part bath into a seamless, one-of-a-kind space
In this web exclusive extra, Ask This Old House home technology expert Ross Trethewey travels to NASA Johnson Space Center to meet with Mike Berrill and see how astronauts use the bathroom in space
With custom storage solutions and an upbeat but classic look, this kid’s personal space won’t get old for ages
A gut renovation is an ideal time to add a splurge-worthy feature to your bath. Here’s what you need to know if you want to add a freestanding tub, floating vanity, or curbless shower
Shiplap walls, distressed-wood cabinets, and mixed metal finishes set a new tone for a master bath in desperate need of a warmer, less generic look
Traditional finishes, an oversize shower, and lots of marble add up to one very luxurious guest bath