5-star serenity – bathroom, bath
Not sure about that dream holiday that's over before it's begun? The owners of this bathroom, featuring natural materials and a freestanding tub, take a restorative trip every time they enter their resort-inspired bathroom.
Natural transition – a new master bathroom designed to look like it has always been there – bathrooms, bath & showers
A freestanding bath tub with chunky chrome fittings creates a classic and timeless look in this dramatic master suite. Get more design ideas at the Trends Bath & Shower Hub
Modest-sized master suite features hand-crafted vanity, mirror and bedside tables – bathroom, bath & showers
Want room, ain't got room? A freestanding tub and a glass shower stall both add to the sense of space here. Get more ablutionary insights at the Trends Bath & Showers Hub
In keeping with the rest of the highly contemporary home, this master ensuite-meets-family bathroom offers a strong, clean-lined architectural presence
Extending into a sculptural atrium one way, this bathroom responds to its wider setting in both its semi-industrial aesthetic and strong material choices
Cantilevered elements play major role in establishing openness and flow in large master ensuite – bathroom, tiles & mosaics
In a predominantly grey tiled shower enclosure, a marble footrest/seat and long shelf provide contrasting areas that are practical too
Cantilevered elements play major role in establishing openness and flow in large master ensuite – Bathrooms, Baths and Showers
In a predominantly grey tiled shower enclosure, a marble footrest/seat and long shelf provide contrasting areas that are practical, too
Divide and rule – modern bathroom features tiled zones – baths & showers
Make sure your best feature is best featured! For this master ensuite a sculptural Victoria & Albert freestanding tub is backdropped by matt black wall tiles to dramatic effect.
How do tiled walk-in showers benefit smaller homes?
Smaller bathrooms suit smaller homes and come with some clear advantages. So what are the benefits exactly, and why a tiled walk-in shower?
Split-level, open plan contemporary home reflects clean lines and an elegant composition – bedrooms – windows – baths
Gorgeous views beyond the master bedroom windows – so, why not let the ensuite share the love? Placing this modern bathroom behind glass in the master bedroom saves space, enhances view access, and looks five-star-hotel cool.
Just slip on in
Positioned so the occupant can enjoy the wooded view, the tub in the master suite is reminiscent of the classic slipper bath
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – bath
Lie back and relax in this freestanding bath tub ... and take in the view across the valley to LA’s Getty Center up on the hill
Dilapidated Victorian home receives contemporary open-plan addition – baths & showers – interiors
Want more space in your bathroom? Well visual magic may be required. Glass and mirror are two of your biggest allies. Here, mirror-fronted wall cabinets visually double the size of the bathroom, while a glass shower stall lets you see the room end-to-end at a glance.
Renovation project improves space planning and incorporates cleverly integrated storage – baths and showers
Black, brushed metal faucets and shower fittings in this renovated bathroom tie in with finishes used elsewhere in the apartment’s interiors
Having a bath tub sitting in front of a full height window doesn’t have to mean you’ll be over-exposed. Kaynemail mesh panels placed outside this ensuite bathroom allow occupants to enjoy harbour views without compromising privacy.
Renovation project improves space planning and incorporates cleverly integrated storage – bath and shower 3
Look carefully – this bathroom’s wet area contains the shower and bath tub, but has a glass panel to shield the adjacent vanity area from stray splashes when the shower is in use
The kids are alright – shower
A long recess complete with with LED lighting elongates this shower wall and offers generous bottle storage
He loves the rainhead shower overhead, she prefers the body spray – in this double shower, while the shower fixtures look the same they are actually personalised for each owner’s optimum enjoyment. You just have to remember which is your side.
Making a splash
If you don’t want your bathroom overwhelmed by colour, one option is to have a colourful finish just in the shower area. This Arc Seven 1 design includes vivid blue-painted, patterned tiles as a contrast to a grey polished concrete floor and grey Venetian plastered walls.
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Creating a healthy environment was a prime driver in the design of these bathrooms – basins – baths
For this Matisse-designed bathroom to be used by someone with cystic fibrosis, the white ceramic sinks and bath, from the Flaminia range, were chosen due to their oval shape and thin edges that would avoid stagnant water sitting on the surface of the bathroomware.
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Home Trends Vol. 36/1
While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?