Residential Bathrooms can be one of the hardest rooms to photograph. Not only are they small in size but they are full of highly reflective surfaces like mirrors, glass, chrome and even the tile that is used today is made of glass and other reflective materials that only add to the challenge. You may be able to place your flash(s) in such a way that is just right but how do you keep or minimize the camera/ tripod from being some where in the image while showcasing the millwork and the fixtures as well as the over all feeling of the space. Each space is a different challenge but that is the art of interior photography.
Here are several examples of bathrooms I have shot for a local interior designer, Spaces Designed.
This is a commercial bathroom in a medical facility.
A fantastic master bath that was recently remoddled.
A small but nice hall way bathroom.
Another hall way bathroom.
The other view of the same bathroom.