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50 Luxurious Bathrooms - Best Bathroom Ideas with Modern Design


A Symmetrical Spin

Shade Degges

Seeing double? This Malibu, California–based bathroom from Standard Architecture and Martha Mulholland is packed with dual doors and vanities, bringing some visual appeal to this soothing space.


Go for the Bold

Christian Harder

Just because you have limited square footage doesn’t mean you have to skimp on luxury. Jett Projects employed Dedar moiré wallpaper and a FontanaArte mirror to add some oomph to this Brooklyn-based bathroom.


Marbled Marvel

Douglas Friedman

As far as we’re concerned, floor-to-ceiling marble is a cornerstone of luxury. In this San Francisco home, Nicole Hollis paired the Arabescato Corchia marble with Waterworks fixtures and a sculptural pendant, courtesy of Vincenzo De Cotiis.


Farmhouse Fanfare

Haris Kenjar

Anne McDonald gave this luxurious lake house bathroom a little bit of rustic style with shiplap walls, a vintage Murano glass chandelier, and herringbone zellige floor tiles from Clé.


Take a Seat

Stephen Kent Johnson

Whoever thinks the lounging needs to stop after some time in the tub needs to take a look at this Southern California sanctuary from Studio Shamshiri. Here, the Bartok Design tub is placed right next to a Carl Malmsten couch. Now that’s what we call luxury.


Stay Golden

Carmel Brantley

If you want to bring a little bit of maximalism to your luxurious bathroom, take a cue from this Palm Beach paradise, which was designed by Caroline Rafferty. Though the brass hardware offers plenty of zing, the leafy chandelier from Anthropologie is the space’s exclamation point.


High-Contrast Coupling

Douglas Friedman

Another way to wow with gold? Pair brass accents with black and white elements just as designer Carlos David did in this Manhattan apartment.


Spa Style

Gaelle Le Boulicaut

Tobias Petri gave this mountainside mansion a spalike aesthetic with wooden walls, vessel sink, and Italian mosaics by Sicis. And if he needs to cool down from a midday steam, Petri’s bathroom has access to a small balcony.


Zen Vibes

Lindsay Brown

“I really wanted it to be a place where you didn’t want to leave,” designer Sara Oswalt says of this Lake Tahoe retreat. With a power coupling of timber and concrete, this bathroom accomplished that mission in style.


Front and Center

Joe Fletcher

Put lounging front and center—literally—by placing your standing tub away from the wall. Studio Schicketanz gave this Silicon Valley couple the lap of luxury with setup from Concreteworks, Brizo’s faucet, and an aluminum skylight from Royalite Manufacturing. (Bonus: The clients can feel like they’re on cloud nine mid-soak.)


Standout Shower

Richard Powers

Speaking of which, why hide your shower behind a curtain or frosted glass door when it was born to stand out? In this Amsterdam-based boat shed, Studio Piet Boon strategically placed this waterfall shower out in the open, so it can rack up plenty of compliments. Rounding out the space are fittings by Piet Boon for Cocoon and a floral arrangement, courtesy of Pompon Amsterdam.


Room with a View

Roger Davies

Is there anything more luxurious than sitting in a soaking tub and glancing out toward a striking view? For this desert home, Kovac Design Studio offset the Agape tub and Axor fittings with the lush, organic landscape outside.


The Textured Treatment

Read McKendree

Neutral color palettes don’t have to be lackluster—just take a look at this bathroom Workspace/APD designed near Pebble Beach, California. Between the Artistic Tile walls, travertine countertops, and pale cabinetry, this textured space makes beige anything but boring.


Grand Adventure

Thomas Loof

Dramatic Cassiopea marble covered walls and floor take your eyes on a gorgeous adventure in this Richard Mishaan–designed home. The stark white bathtub looks out onto New York City.


Open Concept

Chad Mellon

Bright and airy, this sun-filled bathroom has large windows, a glass-walled shower, and a waterfall vanity. The separate bathtub sits in the corner on a platform made from basalt floors.


Chevron Chic

Stacy Zarin Goldberg

A chevron bath rug mimics the herringbone pattern in the shower of this Washington, D.C., home. An unlacquered brass faucet from Waterworks adds glamour to the black marble-encased bathtub.


Spalike Details

John Merkl

The wood vanity topped with a white modern sink has soothing vibes in this serene Napa Valley bathroom.


Serene and Simple

Nicole Franzen

A deep bathtub is centered in front of a large bay window in this Gachot Studios–designed home. The vintage Murano pendant gracefully hovers above it.


Smart and Modern

Nicole Franzen

A bench in super-luxe Loro Piana fabric adds texture to this marble-walled New York City bathroom. The dark Illum Wikkelsø cabinet creates contrast.


Witty and Whimsical

Douglas Friedman


Room with a View

Matthew Millman

The large window opens up to a breathtaking view of the Golden Gate bridge in this San Francisco apartment. Wall-mounted handles were used for the sleek bathtub.


Bold Movement

James Merrell

The naturally undulating pattern in the marble used for the vanity, walls, and floors reminded designer Jaques Grange of the waters in Venice. The black metal framed mirrors and doors add a streamlined and striking contrast.


Rustic Meets Modernist

Nic Lehoux

Architect Tom Kundig brought the outside in at this Montana vacation home. The reclaimed wood floors add a rustic element to this modernist space.


Industrial Chic

Claire Esparros

In Homepolish cofounder Will Nathan’s New York City loft, the spacious bathroom features a doorless shower, industrial gridlike tile work, and a mirrored wall, creating a space that is understated yet striking.


Elevated Parisian Vintage

Grey Crawford

In French architect Jacques Grange’s Paris apartment, a monochromatic space is turned glam with a gilded chandelier that highlights the grand ceilings.


Cali Cool

Monica WangAlamy

This bathroom in the Spanish-style home of Create & Cultivate founder Jaclyn Johnson is given a glamorous edge with pale purple wallpaper, elegant brass accents, and a sleek purple vanity.


Vintage Florals

Eric Piasecki

In this reimagined Manhattan townhouse, antique blue wallpaper enlivens the powder room, while a sleek marble sink balances out the space with a contemporary touch.


Luxurious Fur

Amanda Kirkpatrick

This light-filled bathroom in a serene country house is simple and chic, featuring a black claw-foot tub that’s given a touch of glam with a fur bath mat.


Reflective and Romantic

Douglas Friedman

In Andy Cohen’s Greenwich Village apartment, the bathroom is nothing short of glamorous. The walls, which are covered in Flavor Paper’s Cherry Forever mylar wallpaper, reflect a golden glow throughout the space, while vibrant pink accents lend a romantic, feminine feel.


Royal Purple

Simon Upton

The elegant master bathroom of this Italian palazzo features textured, deep purple walls that lend a luxurious touch to the space. An antique stool sits next to the tub for a hint of vintage glam.


Modern Country Bathroom

Stephen Kent Johnson

Amanda Seyfried’s Catskills country house combines rustic with clean modern lines. Inside the master bath, you’ll find a custom vanity with fittings by Waterworks; the sconce is from Design Within Reach, the floor tile is by Heath Ceramics, and the beadboard is painted in Farrow & Ball’s Dimpse.


Modern Glam Bathroom

Douglas Friedman

Natural tones and a drawing by Robert Longo warm the powder room of this New York City home; the sink is by Toto, with Lefroy Brooks fittings.


Simple Modern Bathroom

Gilles Trillard

The master bath in Monica Mandelli and Marco Valla’s Manhattan apartment, designed by Bruce T. Bananto, is an exercise in simple modern style. Even the wastebasket by John Brauer pulls its weight in artistic flair. The bathroom also features a Caesarstone vanity and undermount sinks by Kohler; the fittings are by Dornbracht.


Gilded Modern Bathroom

Simon Upton

In this Manhattan apartment, the masculine bathroom features a sink from Urban Archaeology. The fittings are by Waterworks, the cabinets are black glass with brass trim, the walls are clad in Saint Laurent marble, and the flooring is limestone.


Artsy Modern Bathroom

Simon Upton

“Modern” is practically spray painted on this guest bath in a Manhattan loft. The tub and sink fittings are by Barber Wilsons & Co., and the paint-on-mirror artwork is by Rashid Johnson.


Metallic Modern Bathroom

Cynthia Frank

The metallic-and-marble shower door and vanity in this Steven Gambrel–designed Manhattan home are custom-designed, giving “modern” a personal edge. The floors and shower have tiles by Mosaic House.


Marble Modern Bathroom

Simon Upton

Marble is the muse of this modern master bath in a Notting Hill, London, townhouse. The space is sheathed in mysteriously appealing Nero Marquina marble.


Modern Loft Bathroom

Mikkel Vang

The tub, fittings and tiles in the black and white master bath of this Manhattan loft are all by Waterworks. The vintage light fixture is from JF Chen.


Modern Neutral Bathroom

Simon Upton

In Hilary Swank’s Manhattan home, Mark Zeff designed the master bath’s walls and floors. They are sheathed in travertine, and the shower is tiled with Cipollino tumbled marble.


Modern Mosiac Bathroom

William Waldron

In Jimmy Choo designer Tamara Mellon’s Hamptons house, the floor and shower stall in the master bathroom are accented with mosaic tiles.


Modern Minimalist Bathroom

Joshua McHugh

A minimal vanity hides drawers for storage at a modern Washington, D.C., home designed by Darryl Carter.


Modern Pink Marble Bathroom

Jean-François Jaussaud

The tub in the master bath of this Paris apartment is by Agape, with fittings by Dornbracht. The chairs are by Junya Ishigami, the walls are clad in Brèche de Médicis marble, and the flooring is granite.


Modern Art Deco Bathroom

Richard Powers

An Art Deco Chinese rug serves as a contrast to the modern lines in the marble-clad master bath of this Park Avenue apartment.


Modern Moroccan Bathroom

Richard Powers

The walls and floor of a bathroom in this Moroccan home are lined in Popham Design’s Hex Long Shadow, the shower enclosure is custom-made, and the brass fixtures were purchased at a souk.


Midcentury Modern Bathroom

Richard Powers

In this modern home in Brazil, a bathroom vanity is made of concrete with panels of Formica; the lamps are by Dominici.


Modern Spa Bathroom

Roger Davies

The serene master bath in filmmaker Michael Bay’s Miami Beach home is sheathed in etched-stone tiles, the bathtub is cast concrete, and the shower fittings are by Boffi.


Modern Black Wood Bathroom

Douglas Friedman

In this bathroom in Tuxedo Park, New York, the sink fittings are by Kallista, and the hamper is from HomeGoods.


Modern Paneled Bathroom

Eric Piasecki

A Harry Bertoia sculpture hangs above the tub in the master bath of a Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Joe D'Urso.


Modern Pine Bathroom

William Waldron

This contemporary bathroom in a Canadian lakeside retreat features lacquered oak veneer walls and a natural pine ceiling, in addition to a Kohler tub and Grohe fittings.


Modern Mirrored Bathroom

Simon Upton

In this daring Florida home, the master bath’s custom cabinets are topped with a quartzite counter, the shower fittings are by THG Paris, the flat-screen TV is by Samsung, and the floor is covered in glass mosaic tiles by Studium.

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50 Luxury Bathrooms And Tips You Can Copy From Them

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Imagine the frothy feeling of a warm bubble bath against your skin. The feeling is decadent and relaxing. Now, what do you see when you open your eyes? If your existing bathroom decor doesn’t reflect that image, or evoke that same pampered feeling, then perhaps it’s time to reassess your surroundings. This extensive collection of 50 luxury bathrooms is filled with high end inspiration on how to create yourself a truly sumptuous space. From show stopping bathtubs and sleek vanity units, to enviable bathroom decor and carefully curated accessory ideas, this gallery of images and tips has you covered.

Frame your hero piece. Two unique plant stands frame an elegant freestanding bathtub.

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  • Visualizer: Nataliya Yahela
Blur the border between a garden and a bathroom. Standing a bathtub on a floor of pebbles creates a natural flow between inside and outside spaces. Grow an indoor garden of potted plants with long fronds to keep the theme going.

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  • Visualizer: Anastasia Bushkova
Create a tree mural. Even if you’re not lucky enough to have a bathroom picture window to a private garden, you could place a tree mural behind your bathtub. This unique nature themed feature wall is a tile design that shows small sections of tree.

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  • Visualizer: Sergio Goroshko
Set the mood with lighting. Forget harsh overhead lighting when it’s time to sink beneath the bubbles. When it comes to relaxation, soft glowing lamps are where it’s at. Hot bath, book in hand, coffee. Bliss.

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  • Visualizer: Black Razor
Time for task lighting. When there’s no time for relaxing in the tub you will be thankful for some focussed task lighting, particularly around the vanity. This particular swing arm wall lamp has an interesting placement though – perhaps there’s some bathroom reading going on in a spot other than the tub…

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  • Visualizer: Artem Shelipov
Get creative with plants. The owner of this bathroom must really love plants. Things may get a bit tickly in that crowded shower enclosure.

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  • Visualizer: ONI Render
Vanity countertops should be both practical and beautiful. When filling your vanity top with soap dispensers and the like, consider adding in a decorative vase for an elegant finishing touch.

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  • Visualizer: Mia Design Studio
A bonsai tree grows directly out of this vanity countertop.

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  • Visualizer: LUSUS Studio
Suspend lighting over the tub. Nothing else has quite the same decadence in a bathroom like a piece of statement lighting suspended over a freestanding bathtub; be it a sparkling chandelier or shining globe pendant lights.

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  • Visualizer: La Alegría Dhifaoui Samiha
Zone with different flooring materials. The border to this wet zone is accentuated by a geometric section of wood flooring, which continues upward as bathroom TV wall decor.

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  • Visualizer: Andrey Avdeenko
Bring walls to life. Another way to bring the outdoors inside is to create a vertical garden wall.

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  • Visualizer: Viktoria Faynblat
Create a courtyard. If your garden is overlooked you may be feeling a little shy about installing a clear bathroom window to take in the view! Consider building a privacy wall outside the window and craft a mini garden within its confines.

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  • Designer: Patricia Urquiola
Make it his and hers. We’ve all seen twin vanity units but how about twin bathtubs? Patricia Urquiola created this for the Hangrohe Axor brand as a departure from traditional norms. Her charming collection is characterized by flowing transitions and curves. An abundance of indoor plants add in natural pattern and texture.

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  • Designer: Jean-Marie Massaud
Introduce softness to your bathroom scheme. Jean-Marie Massaud, another star designer for Hansgrohe Axor, added in smooth pebble poufs to break away from a bathroom’s typically hard surfaces.

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  • Visualizer: Evgeny Garchu
Layer a bathtub in front of a shower unit. When tackling the challenge of rearranging a bathroom, the layout can be restricted by window placements and deciding whether the longest wall should be awarded to the bath or a spacious shower unit. Why not have it all by layering a tub in front of a shower screen? This modern chandelier helps visually anchor the tub in its central spot.

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  • Visualizer: Heder Perdigão
Change bathroom colours to suit your mood. Colour changing LEDs enable you to swap out your bathroom colour scheme at the touch of a button; they can even cycle through the entire rainbow all by themselves whilst you relax in the tub.

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  • Designer: Patricia Urquiola
  • Source: Four Seasons, Milan
Install a sunken bath. Take inspiration from the Four Seasons spa room, in Milan.

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  • Visualizer: TOTL Studio
Cosy up with a bathroom fireplace. A roaring open fire and a bubble bath? Oh yes, please.

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  • Visualizer: TOL'KO interiors
Don’t be afraid of colourful bathroom furniture. Bathroom furniture has become colour shy in recent years, but it’s not against the law to make a departure from all that is neutral. Try changing out white cupboard doors for something with more personality; you could choose floor tiles to carry the new colour underfoot too. Do balance out your gorgeous new accents with some softer pieces too though, like this grey unit and vanity stool.

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  • Visualizer: SFN Architecture
Colour with copper. Copper accessories can be sourced for every single room of the house now, and look equally spectacular in the bathroom. Bring in this trendy metallic via a mirror frame, candle holders, lighting, faucets and planters.

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  • Designer: A.T.O Studio
Make it a double. A twin vanity unit can be accessorised with a single large mirror, though doubling up mirrors and modern wall sconces certainly draws more attention to the luxury of having two individual wash zones.

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  • Visualizer: Andrey Korniychuk
Lighting around this double sink bathroom vanity shines from around the mirror frames themselves.

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  • Visualizer: Joanna Kubieniec & Głogowscy Architektura
Sharpen up. Create a high end minimalist bathroom by selecting crisp linear pieces.

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  • Visualizer: ArsVisual Group
Warm up with wooden accents. If an all white bathroom scheme feels a little cold, just a few wooden accent pieces can go a long way in visually warming the room.

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  • Visualizer: Tawfeek Kalagi
Dark wooden decor creates a sumptuous look; flickering tea light holders enrich the theme.

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  • Visualizer: Ahmed Morsy
Candles are a go to accessory for any bathroom scheme, be it minimalistic or seductive.

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  • Visualizer: Studioart
Make a plain basin look special with a unique faucet. Ok, so this bathroom sink is anything but boring. However, the waterfall faucet certainly does add to its splendour.

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  • Visualizer: Stanislav Kaminskyi
Let’s say it though, unique sinks stake their own place in a bathroom, with or without the help of an unusual faucet.

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  • Visualizer: Nour Ammar
Light up your love of concrete. Concrete bathrooms are a cool trend, but do add in some warming lighting to keep the look inviting.

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  • Visualizer: M3 Architects
Forget walls and doors, have a floating bathroom. A sprawling master suite doesn’t have to be divided into a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom. This design implements only partially dividing walls to house essential plumbing. The shower surround is almost completely invisible.

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  • Designer: Philippe Starck
Design a bathroom as you would a living space. Philippe Starck, another star designer for the Hansgrohe Axor brand, sparked a bathroom revolution that saw this room of mere hygienic functionality turned into a new personal retreat. The bathroom became an extension of living space in the home – a crumbling boundary that continues to be pushed.

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  • Visualizer: Anastasiia Sholopova
Marble finishes look marvellous. Marble decor has spanned the ages, and marble wall tiles, flooring, bathtubs and vanities will always have a place in bathroom design. Light up the look of this elegantly veined material with beautiful IC Lights S Pendant like the IC Lights S Pendant. A cheaper replica of this is available here.

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  • Designer: ArchObraz
  • Photographer: Andrey Avdeenko
Tiny contrasts can cut through a bland scheme. This plain grey and white minimalist bathroom receives a lift from a couple of strawberry red towels, which pay bright contrast to the green of a flourishing Snake plant.

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  • Source: PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore
Love nature – not just in decor. Notice how the unique trash cans actually represent recyclable and non recyclable, assisting with responsible waste disposal to keep our planet healthy.

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  • Designer: A.T.O Studio
Set feature walls aglow. This backlit mirror sends out subtle illumination over a wooden vanity wall.

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  • Visualizer: Denis Fomin
Add a table next to a freestanding bath. You don’t want to be hanging over the side of the tub to reach for your bathtime potions. Choose an elegant table to house a pretty display of soap and lotion dispensers.

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  • Visualizer: Shahid Jamal
Mosaics aren’t just bathroom border tiles. Use a mosaic tile in its intended form, as eye-catching artwork.

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  • Designer: Ahmed Mady
Evoke grandeur with ornate accessories. Luxury hotel bathrooms are often filled with ornate vanity mirrors and sculpture that can be translated into our very own luxury home bathroom.

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  • Visualizer: Ahmed Mady
Highlight furniture fretwork. If your furniture or mirror frames are blessed with intricate fretwork, new backlighting could be all that’s needed to make your bathroom a standout space.

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  • Visualizer: Alina Pipoyan
Is it the vertical garden or the spectacular pendant light that’s the focal point of this decor? Well, nobody said you were only allowed one hero piece.

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  • Visualizer: Dima Karma
The hero of this room is most certainly the imposing garden statue art mural, softly lit by small bathroom pendant lights at one side and a floor lamp at the other.

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  • Visualizer: Double Aye
Bathroom window shutters suit traditional and modern decor alike. This eclectic minimalist bathroom, influenced by Wabi-Sabi, uses shutters to add a spike of classic French-Italian flavour.

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  • Visualizer: Double Aye
Curate a rustic bathroom scheme by selecting highly textured, natural elements. Team the rustic pieces with some modern furniture to keep the look current, like these sleek sinks from By Coccoon.

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  • Visualizer: Playtime
Play up to lofty proportions. This vaulted ceiling looks even taller thanks to a low sunken bathtub and an elongated pendant light.

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  • Visualizer: Maxim Goryachev
Marble can be colourful too. Check out this molten yellow wet wall.

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  • Visualizer: Covet House
Set the stage. A show stopping Koi bathtub is set on a raised platform, which gives the piece the prominence it deserves. It also houses all of the not so glamorous pipework too.

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  • Visualizer: Covet House
More stunning bathtubs from Maison Valentina.

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  • Visualizer: Home d
A unique vanity can transform a small bathroom.

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  • Designer: Haji Guliyev & Ulker Mirzaliyeva
  • Visualizer: Vusal Abbasov
Decorative floor edging draws attention to a beautiful layout.

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  • Visualizer: Mohanad Al Homsi
Splash the cash on the bath. The price for this hammock bathtub is available only on request, but a little birdie tells us that you’d have to part with a stack of dollars in the low 5 figures…

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1. Automatic touch-free soap dispenser 2. Luxury toilet paper holder 3. Menu pedal trash bin 4. Modern faucet 5. Copper ventilated laundry basket 6. Bamboo vanity accessory set 7. Luxury chandelier 8. Golden plant stand 9. Golden glass bathroom sink

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8 luxurious bathrooms created by Russian designers

With all the variety of styles, comfort, durability of finishes and personal taste are still valued in bathrooms.

Publication date: 04/08/2019

Photo: Ivan Sorokin, press service nine0003

Flora: Evgeny Kulibaba

Heading: Elena Efremova

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Luxurious gray bathroom

Author of the project, designer Sergey Volkov: “This free-standing bathtub and a pair of washbasins are located directly in the bedroom and next to the fireplace. That was the customer's idea, which we managed to realize.

“Thus, in addition to the bed, another semantic center appeared in the interior. The walls of the room are painted in a complex gray hue, concrete sinks and a cabinet under them are made according to the author's sketches. And the bathroom with a shower cabin is made in black, but in the same style.” nine0003

2. Blue room in minimalist style

Author of the project designer Yury Zimenko

Designer Yuri Zimenko, author of the project: “For a conceptual interior where color played the main role, it was decided to make the bathroom blue.”

Project author designer Yuriy Zimenko

“Its walls are lined with white-veined onyx, it has the shades we need and the natural pattern. Huge slabs were cut, and the seams in the stone were decorated with thin black metal inserts. This forced technique has become an expressive design element.” nine0003

3. Men's bathroom interior

Architect Tatyana Khorosheva

Architect Tatyana Khorosheva: “This is the interior of the men's bathroom at the gym. We wanted to slightly reduce the brutality of the room and show that you do not need to take everything that surrounds you too seriously. Therefore, the walls of black marble were decorated with ironic paintings by the Dutchman Sasha Goldberger with comic book characters, made in the spirit of Flemish painting of the 16th century. The floor is paved with marble mosaics with a 3D effect. nine0003

4. Transforming bathroom

Designed by architect Nina Zaitseva: “This transformable space includes a guest bathroom and utility block, separated by a floor-to-ceiling sliding partition. Thus, the bathroom became a walk-through, a front door. On its ceiling there is a light structure made of brass sheets of different sizes. Part of the walls and the front door are lined with mirrors.

“The shower area is highlighted with blocks of white Breccia Capraia marble, on the floor there are slabs of black Silver Wave marble with a pronounced pattern. And it was decided to finish the walls and ceiling in the laundry room with potal. nine0003

5. Eco-style bathroom

Architect Anastasia Didus: “The bathrooms in this project are made in the same way. The spectacular atmosphere of the guest bathroom was created by different lighting scenarios, the use of natural wood in the decoration, glass pendants with a craquelure texture, and aged fittings.

“But the main focus was the volcanic stone bath against the backdrop of a marble wall. In the master bathroom, we created a comfortable long cabinet with two sinks and shelves, and a large mirror helped visually expand this space.” nine0003

6. Black and white interior

Designed by architect Alexander Krivitsky: “I wanted to fill the interior of this apartment with emotionality and dramaturgy due to color, textures, tense lines. This approach has been fully implemented in the bathroom.”

“The symmetrical composition in the design of the washbasin and bath areas was created thanks to the marble walls and contrasting wallpaper inserts. There is a marble mosaic on the floor.

7. Calm beige bathroom

Architect Marina Bocharova

In the project of the architect Marina Bocharova, the theme of relaxation and tranquility is set, which is why a pacifying light-beige color scheme, diluted with black accents, was chosen. Thanks to him, the interior of the bathroom looks bright, contrasting, spectacular.

8. Exquisite interior

Author of the project designer Marina Filippova

The author of the project, designer Marina Filippova: “Creating an exquisite interior filled with a collection of antiques and art objects also implies an unusual design of bathrooms.” nine0003

“The central element of the master's room is a massive pink marble bath, the walls and doors to the hammam and bathroom are decorated with pink mirror and glass panels with brass inserts. The guest bathroom is designed in a more classic way, but in the same color scheme.”

9. Room in mix&match style

Author of the project designer Maria Cherkasova

The author of the project, designer Maria Cherkasova: “The character of the interior of the house can be described as mix & match: it mixes elements of various styles, various decor and bright colors are actively used. Bathrooms are no exception. Their walls are painted with colored paint, and in one of the rooms a painted frieze was made according to my sketches. nine0003

“The floor is covered with Metlakh tiles with a spectacular pattern. Multi-coloured furniture and colorful draperies on the windows complete this cheerful interior.

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Luxurious bathroom interior - best photo ideas for you

Everyone can intuitively understand that they have come into contact with something luxurious when they see a designer bathroom. What elements define it?

Vast space

A spacious bathroom is guaranteed to be gorgeous no matter how it is designed. You can create the illusion of space not only due to the size, but also through minimalism or by placing a bathtub in an open room in front of panoramic windows overlooking the endless ocean.

Beautiful view

As a rule, because of the small area or because of the intimacy, there are no large windows. Therefore, a huge window with a beautiful view is an extraordinary find.

Marble walls

Finishing any room with natural materials always attracts attention and commands respect. Marble is the most noble and monumental coating, giving the interior a regal look, and the combination with onyx - sophistication. But this style is more suitable for traditional mansions. nine0003

Unusual combination of finishes

The combination of different materials can be the main feature of an unforgettable bathroom. For example, textured natural stone wallpaper contrasts perfectly with urban chrome details and sparkling elements.

Rich details

Some decorative accents, such as beautifully decorated mirrors, a sculpted chair, antique candlesticks and chandelier, beautiful ornaments on the baseboards and plinth, can give a room a luxurious look, even if it is not particularly spacious or has large windows. nine0003

Contrasting textures

Textile details make the room very cozy. It is so delightful to first step on the shiny tiles of the floor, and then on the zebra rug, touch the soft, delicate curtains and feel the luxury enveloping the body.

Recessed bathtub

Technically sophisticated designs always make interiors unique. An in-depth bath in front of panoramic windows with a bewitching landscape will help to achieve the desired effect.

Light accent

You can give a special ambiance to the room with the help of the play of light. On the one hand, the general lighting is very bright and cheerful. On the other hand, by means of a more intimate illumination, separate functional areas can be distinguished.

Freestanding bathtub at the center of the composition

The design of the washroom is primarily functional. Therefore, the location of the bath in the center of the room is like a challenge to the utilitarian idea and gives the overall concept of the interior a revolutionary touch. nine0003

Artistic wall decoration

Highlighting valuable space in a small area for embossing decoration, as well as lighting the bath itself, are undoubtedly signs of luxury.

Combined flights

As a rule, the room has either a bath or a shower. But when both components are present and in such an amazing performance, with an unusual combination of natural material and glass, it is difficult to take your eyes off the chic interior.

Roman shower

What about the Roman shower cabin? Inspired by historical motifs in a modern design, such a structure as a kind of ancient alcove. The idea is suitable for any size rooms.

Nature is the decorator's muse

The unexpected reptile leather bath and sink is the most striking example of the use of natural and at the same time luxurious materials, textures and colors.

Dramatic contrasts and designs

Seemingly simple ideas: spectacular lighting, panel walls, sharp clean lines, its matte black finish. But they allow you to create a room of mood, conducive to intimacy, relaxation and reflection. nine0003

Unexpected elements

Everything that is not included in the interior of an ordinary bathroom can make it unique. For example, a ladder, or a wooden tub, or paired bath accessories and products.

Unexpected shapes and materials

The use of a bathtub carved from a giant tree trunk as a central accent will undoubtedly make the whole design of the room exclusive.

Cleverly selected accessories

Accessories often determine the general character of an interior idea. A small but chic rug with a soft and pleasant texture, mirrored walls, long and heavy curtains and decorative stones make the overall entourage refined and sophisticated. nine0003


Skylights can be an interesting feature.

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