Reworking a cramped master bath for accessibility allows everyone room to move. See how this family got the job done.

Bath remodel on the agenda? For those who like to soak in authentic, heat-retaining enameled cast iron but have only enough real estate for a shower stall, there's the Minuet, just 40 inches long. It comes in white but can be painted with a product like Sherwin-Williams marine coating. Minuet, about $1,700;

Gutting this bathroom provided room for a double vanity, a larger shower, and a built-in make-up area--with great attention to architectural detail and texture. Nice. See the rest of this reader's remodel here.

Spacious shower with a place to sit, generous niches for toiletries and watery-blue swimming-pool tile. What's not to love?

Moving a wall 18" and pulling the toilet away from the door allowed this couple to expand and enhance their master bath in soothing shades of gray. Lovely.

Despite its wall-hung look, this diminutive sink is designed to hang on a countertop—including one only 13 inches deep. Wring more utility out of the setup with the towel-bar option. Boxe Semi-Countertop Sink, about $258; Towel Bar, about $72;

Carrara-marble countertops, white subway tile, and vintage-style accents such as the custom mirror frames and candleholders made from salvaged wood bring an old-house feel into this new bath.

A chevron-patterned wall and floor employs gray "stained" wood tile to create serenity in this shared bath.

Black tile grout transforms traditional pyramid-stacked white subway tile into an adventurous choice in the bath. And it masks grout stains in this floor-to-ceiling installation.

Light-filled and inviting, the newly built master bath features farmhouse-appropriate shiplap walls, a focal-point soaking tub, and separate vanities.

Wall-mount faucets make it easy to clean the marble counter with a swipe. The sink cabinet has a warm, gray-washed finish for a reclaimed-wood look. Faucet: Moen

Out with the 1950s pink fixtures and in with cement tile and shiplap walls for one very happy guest bathroom. By Studio McGee

Art Deco-style shower in black-and-white. Photographed by Robin Muto.

Clean! By Kate Coughlin Interiors.

For Victorian era purists, this site is a treasure trove of authentic and beautiful bathroom plumbing fixtures.

This guest bath in a Hamptons home decorated by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects is equipped with a Japanese-style soaking tub with Boffi fittings.

Fearless blue brings period bath touches—like exposed plumbing and a tile rug—into this century. Dutch Boy's Tournament Blue E26-1

A claw-foot tub and beadboard wainscot replaced an old metal shower stall and plastic faux tile. The fir strips are the only new flooring they installed in the house.

From New Ravenna, quilt-style backsplash mosaic tile featuring Medina, Ming Green and Thassos White.

A basketweave pattern of marble and black granite dots creates an inset tile "rug."

Mosaic tile, painted tongue-and-groove paneling, and barn-wood trim finish this commode area.

A floating vanity made of recycled wood, soapstone countertops and movie-set lighting give this master bathroom loads of personality.

Pale walls and floors contrast with the wood vanity in this 1920s Montana farmhouse, while rectangular sinks and nickel faucets give it a modern update

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A single line of gold tile and distinctive brass faucet elevate an all-white bathroom.