Be Inspired By 80 Beautiful Bathrooms For All Sizes And Styles – When it comes to bathroom design, Luxury Bathrooms is the perfect source of inspiration you can possibly get. We have stunning bathroom design ideas for small powder rooms and for palatial master baths. Scroll down to meet our favorite bathrooms and you will surely find plenty ideas for your own bathroom renovation. And have fun!
In the master bath of an Art Deco pad in Chicago, the Waterworks tub has fittings by Barber Wilsons & Co., the circa-1905 Viennese stool by Julius and Josef Herrmann is from Bernd Goeckler, and the room is sheathed in Calacatta Capri, Grigio Carnico, and Belgian Black marbles; the abstract plaster sculpture is unsigned and from the 20th century.
In a slope-side home in Big Sky, Montana, the powder room’s sink fittings, mirror, and wall light are by Waterworks, the custom sink is of stone, and the walls are clad in reclaimed whitewashed wood.
The bathroom’s walls, shelves, and vanity in this Jaipur Farmhouse are sheathed in red Indian limestone plaster from Rajasthan. “It’s a very old, traditional technique that is easy to maintain,” says the home’s owner, Siddharth Kasliwal. His father purchased the circa-1900 mirror from an antiques shop in Jodhpur.
An Ibiza beach house serves as a serene family retreat designed by Cabinet Alberto Pinto. In the bathroom, Almaviva tiles in a blue-and-white stripe amplify the turquoise glow of the subterranean room, where a porthole over the Villeroy & Boc sinks provides an underwater view of the pool.
The walls in the master bath of a Manhattan apartment belonging to PR maven Christina Juarez are sheathed in awallpaper, available through . The stool is from , the white vase is from the , and the photograph reflected in the mirror is by Dariusz Klimczak.
In Andy Cohen’s newly-renovated Manhattan duplex, the master bath’s tub is by. The sinks, fixtures, and sconces are by . The counter and window surround are in Statuary White marble. The wall and hexagonal floor tiles are by .
In the master bath of a French countryside duplex, floor-to-ceiling galvanized-iron bookshelves are accessible by way of a metal library ladder. The sculptures and paintings are by Astuguevieille.
The sink cabinet in the upstairs bath of John Robshaw’s country house is from Syria, the shower curtain and rug are his own design, the sconce is by, and the 19th-century Spanish encaustic floor tiles are from Michael Trapp.
Amanda Seyfried’s Catskills country house is filled with rustic decor, which extends into the stunning master bath. Inside, you’ll find a custom vanity with fittings bythe sconce is from , the floor tile is by , and the beadboard is painted in .
In the bathroom of this Swedish farmhouse, the vintage tub features fittings by Mora Armatur, and the floor is tiled with Carrara marble.
A chair by Huniford Collection, photographs by Nicholas, an antique sink, and vintage ship lights in the bathroom of this Upstate New York home; the medicine cabinet is made of reclaimed barnwood, the walls are waterproof Venetian plaster, and the floor is polished concrete.
An Art Deco Chinese rug adds a lively touch to the marble-clad master bath of this Park Avenue home in New York City.
A drawing by Robert Longo hangs in the powder room of this New York City home; the sink is by Toto, with Lefroy Brooks fittings.
The tub in the master bath of this French home is by Jacob Delafon, with fittings by Waterworks, the sconces are by Niermann Weeks, and the Veere Grenney chair is covered in an Armani/Casa fabric; the chandelier is by Tony Duquette, and the vanity, mirror, and marble flooring are all custom designs.
The tub in the master bath of this Utah home is by Kohler, the stool was made by a local craftsman, and the Navajo rugs are from 1910; the copper sconces and pendants are original to the house.
In a guest bath of this Hollywood home, the tub is by Randolph Morris, the sink is by St. Thomas Creations, and all of the fittings are by Kingston Brass. The vintage sconces and Emil Stejnar pendant are from Orange and the 19th-century mirror is Chinese.
In the guest bath of this Cape Cod Cottage, the painting is by John Dowd; the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Chappell Green.
In this Manhattan apartment, the sink is from Urban Archaeology and 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.
In actress Lori Loughlin’s bathroom, the vanity and chair are custom designs, the tub is by Waterworks, and the floor is tiled in Super Thassos marble.
Custom-made cabinetry, sink fittings by Rohl, and a silver-leafed mirror by Eloquence in the master bath of this Florida home; the chandelier is Venetian glass.
In the master bath of this Madrid home, custom-made moldings of carved walnut, steel, and silver leaf replicate an original motif in the Art Deco apartment building. The sink is custom-made, and the towel rack and shower and sink fittings are by Devon & Devon.
In this Connecticut home, the circa-1850 marble tub is from Water Monopoly, with fittings by Barber Wilsons & Co., in the master bath; the chair is Regency, and the 18th-century vanity is French.
The tub and sink fittings in the guest bath of this Manhattan loftare by Barber Wilsons & Co., and the paint-on-mirror artwork is by Rashid Johnson.
The tub in the master bath of this Hamptons home is by Waterworks, with fittings by Boffi; the walls are sheathed in reclaimed slate tiles, and the flooring is mahogany.
This master bath’s tub-filler chandelier and laser-cut window panels are by Fisher Weisman; the tub and sink fittings are by Waterworks, and the Regency-style table is vintage.
Architect Achille Salvagni transformed this Roman Palazzo into a storied bathroom, featuring tub fittings by Lefroy Brooks, a heirloom 1750 Italian stool, and a 1930s Venini chandelier. The striped wallpaper is by Ralph Lauren Home.
The master bathroom of Alice Childress and Christopher Daniels’s downtown Manhattan loft, designed with the help of Courtnay Daniels Haden, includes an antique freestanding marble tub, a vintage Italian chandelier, and an inherited 18th-century painting. The custom-made vanities are outfitted with Caesarstone countertops and Kohler sinks; the sink and tub fittings are by Barber Wilsons & Co.
Designer Lynda Murray and architect Chad Oppenheim fashioned a spa-like retreat for the bathroom of filmmaker Michael Bay’s Miami home. Etched-stone tiles sheathe a wall that separates two distinct bathing areas; the shower fittings and sink are by Boffi, the countertops are of Macassar ebony, and the cast-concrete tub is a custom design.
A sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks a bathroom in French architect Jacques Grange’s Paris apartment. The bathtub, sink, and faucet are by L’Epi d’Or; the inlaid marble floor is based on a Byzantine pattern, and the chandelier is 19th-century.
Designer Kelly Wearstler incorporated a mixture of luxurious materials in the master bathroom of Lara and Jeff Sanderson’s Mercer Island, Washington, home. The walls are covered in onyx fantastico, and the flooring is marble and onyx; the sconces are vintage.
The metallic-and-marble shower door and vanity in this Manhattan home, designed by Steven Gambrel, are custom-designed, and the floors and shower feature tiles by Mosaic House.
In this Notting Hill townhouse, the master bathroom is sheathed in Nero Marquina marble, the 1950s slipper chair is by Ico Parisi, and the 1950s vase by Ercole Barovier was a Paris flea-market find.
Get inside this guest bathroom and be stunned by a salvaged 1920s tub and pedestal sink, a Burmese teak mirror, and Vendome sconces by Thomas O’Brien for Visual Comfort.
The stunning master bathroom in Monica Mandelli and Marco Valla’s Manhattan apartment, designed by Bruce T. Bananto, is proof that a simple space can be full of style. The bathroom features a CaesarStone vanity and undermount sinks by Kohler; the fittings are by Dornbracht, and the wastebasket is by John Brauer.
A circa-1960s light fixture by Sarfatti above a Water Monopoly tub in the master bath; the side table is by Achille Salvagni, and the walls are sheathed in marble.
In a bathroom at art and antiques dealer Pierre Passebon’s retreat in rural France, decorator Jacques Grange referenced the work of Swedish designer Carl Larsson by utilizing narrow strips of molding to add detail to the white-lacquered walls.
The tub, fittings, and tiles in the master bathroom of this Manhattan loft are all by Waterworks, and the vintage light fixture is from JF Chen.
There’s nothing like a clean, clear palette to turn a bathroom into a truly Zen-style space for relaxation.
The master bathroom is sheathed in glass tiles by Ann Sacks, the parchment-covered vanity and mirrors are custom made, and the sink and fittings are by Waterworks.
At a family’s Greek Revival townhouse in New York City, decorator Miles Redd added South Asian glamour to the master bath with a panoramic hand-painted wallpaper by De Gournay and a ram’s-head side chair. The Kohler sinks have Barber Wilsons & Co. fittings; ornamental andirons lend a subtle sparkle to the marble fireplace.
A wood tub by Agape and slatted-oak cupboard doors set an earthy tone in the bathroom of a 19th-century French manor with interiors designed by Christophe Delcourt. The sink is of Azul Cascais marble, and the artwork is by Jean-Charles Blais.
Paris-based interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch created a clean-lined master bathroom warmed by a fireplace when restoring his 17th-century château in Provence. The tub, positioned in the center of the room, is by Agape, and the fittings and towel rack are by Dornbracht. The floor is marble.
Fashion designer Zang Toi created a classic, formal look in his Manhattan apartment. The pedestal sink is by Czech & Speake, and the bronze mirror is late 19th century.
In the master bath of Drew Aaron and Hana Soukupova’s Manhattan apartment designed by Mark Cunningham, a vintage ’40s chair, a lacquered-glass stool from DDC, and sconces by Ralph Lauren Home; the print is by Andy Warhol.
This master bath’s nickel-and-brass tub is 19th century, and the chair is by Honoré Paris from Galerie Yves Gastou; the wall stripes are painted.
This Hamptons retreat, designed by Robert Stilin, intertwines wood and white to create a relaxing, yet rustic, home base. The original tub has fittings by Waterworks and the painting is by Xanda McCagg.
In the master bath of Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu’s home in Canada, a Spoon tub by G.P. Benedini for Agape overlooks the forest and ravine. The floor is tiled in Portuguese limestone, the vanity is of rain-forest marble, and the Tara sink and bath fittings are by Dornbracht.
In this Bordeaux, France, home designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac, the
An Italian Style Bathroom is a great deal of curiosity because of the impressive design. Consider Antique stone sinks and an Empire-style armchair to nail it.
The master bath’s vintage pendant lights hang above an antique soapstone basin from LooLoo Design; the counters are made of bluestone with painted-brick supports.
A Victoria + Albert claw-foot tub with fittings by Samuel Heath in the master bath.
Proof that serious art looks great in bathrooms: This Harry Bertoia sculpture hangs above the tub in the master bath of a Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Joe D’Urso.
In this master bath, a Rob Pruitt painting and a Rowley-designed wall treatment printed on billboard vinyl.
In the master bathroom of a Tristan Auer-designed house on the island of Mustique, the cast-concrete counters and sink were brought from France; the Tara sink fittings are by Dornbracht.
In a Montecito, California, guest bath designed by Michael S. Smith, tiles reproduced from antique Portuguese originals and an antiqued mirror make the new Portuguese-style manor home feel old—in a good way; the sconces are by Vaughan.
In the guest bath of a home in Sharon, Connecticut, the Casa Di Whitney wallpaper is by Tyler Hall and the bathtub is from AF New York.
The master bath of architect Lee F. Mindel of Shelton, Mindel & Assoc. features Waterworks fittings, a Kohler bathtub, and quartzite floors.
A Waterworks showerhead and a view of the bird sanctuary and bay.
Be bold when you are choosing the color of your bathroom and don’t be afraid to choose bolder shades, just like the one you see above.
White is the perfect color to give a serene ambiance to your bathroom. Light blue and light green are also nice colors to combine with white and yet keep the tranquility.
The bathroom’s sink and bath fittings and tub are by Michael S. Smith for Kallista, the custom-made washstand is by Urban Archaeology, the wallpaper is by Elizabeth Dow, and the chair is antique.
The tub in the master bath of this stylish Soho loft is by Duravit, the antique mirrors are Italian, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove.
Find an antique earthenware tub from LooLoo Design in the master bath of Meg Ryan’s beautiful beach house; the towel bars are by Rocky Mountain Hardware, and the mosaic floor is by Daltile.
Mark Zeff designed the master bath in Hilary Swank’s Manhattan apartment. The walls and floors are sheathed in travertine, and the shower is tiled with Cipollino tumbled marble.
In the New York penthouse of fashion designer Jill Stuart, a contemporary master bath gets a feminine touch with a sparkling crystal light fixture.
The cabinetry and mirror frame in Courtney Cox’s master bathroom are ebonized white oak, the pendant lights are custom made, and the sink fittings are by Waterworks; the chair and ottoman are upholstered in a velvet by Rose Tarlow Melrose House, and the artwork was done by Cox’s father while he was in high school.
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Source: Elle Decor