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    Shared Baths

    Familial sink wars got you down? The answer is a remodel away. Check out these three bathroom designs for happy cohabitation among three different sizes of family.
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    This bathroom features a pocket door which partitions off the shower and toilet for privacy.

    Subway tile surrounds this under-the-eaves tub from floor to ceiling and is punctuated by a playful round window.

    Classic farmhouse bath with wood floors and claw-foot tub (on a pedestal!).

    Who wouldn't love this empire bathtub, perfectly framed by the window and arched ceiling?

    See how Markay of Aqua Lane Design transformed her bath with just some inexpensive accessories.

    Clerestory windows in the shower let in plenty of natural light without sacrificing privacy or requiring cumbersome blinds or curtains. Two large glass panels on the interior shower wall filter light all the way through the room.

    Formerly Pepto-Bismol pink, this pleasing bath has a new beadboard ceiling, faux board-and-batten wainscot, open shelves and walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Blue Danube.

    Add a frosted view for bathroom privacy: Make doors with glass panels work for a half bath by applying frosted film

    White subway tile with dark-gray grout adds textural interest to this teal-blue bathroom.

    Sleek touches, like the tub filler, give this period-style bathroom an updated look.

    Ultimate rustic bathroom with ladder towel rack, reclaimed window mirrow and washbin sinks.

    Black grout echoes the coloration of the clawfoot tub and adds texture to this small all-white subway-tiled bath.

    High-contrast patterned floor tile and over-sized white subway tile feel fresh and at the same time true to the period of this show home bath redo by Vintage Scout Interiors.

    Smoke Grey glass subway tiles add a spa-like feel to this tub/shower combo bath.

    Curvy feet give this new master bath vanity the look of a vintage furniture piece.

    An inset of marble mosaic tile framed with black pencil tile and a marble border highlight the vintage-style exposed-riser shower fittings.

    A clear glass enclosure keeps sight lines open in this master bath shower which is lined with marble tile and a matching basketweave floor. A built-in bench offers a resting spot for toiletries.

    "Via Veneto"decorative wall #tiles by ImolaCeramica #Cersaie 2013 #bathroom

    Paillettes collection by Lea Ceramiche

    Large-scale graphic patterns can make a space feel more substantial. Here, black and white checkerboard tile stretches out the narrow design of a small guest bath.

    A skylight over the storage cabinet in this master bath ushers in sunlight to keep the shower area airy and bright. A 10-inch-deep marble-covered bench provides a perch.

    "Honeybee" wallpaper by J.R. Burrows & Company and a Lincrusta wainscot make this a guest-ready powder room.

    This Gentleman’s Bath by Evars + Anderson in the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase features black on white marble basketweave floors, brass fixtures, black grout with white subway tiels and an usual shower door reminisencet of a vintage phone booth.

    Side-by-side pedestal sinks by Kohler and Walker Zanger subway tiles give this new bath period-perfect style.

    One This Old House reader used black subway tile paired with white grout to create a romantic-feeling bath that also features a red-painted claw foot tub.