Today, Luxury Bathrooms will lead you into the desirable celebrity lifestyle by showing you a series of exquisite bathroom designs from celebrity homes that are currently for sale. These remarkable bathroom designs are the epitome of glamour, grandeur and comfort.
Meryl Streep’s NYC Penthouse
The Academy-award winning actress has listed her NYC Penthouse for $25 million. The house features four bathrooms and a stunning powder room. For example, this bathroom set has quite the vintage touch to it that is complemented by green elements.
Shaquille O’Neal’s Orlando Mansion
The NBA Hall of Famer, Shaquille O’Neal has recently listed his Orlando Mansion for $28 million. The highly customized mega-mansion features one of the most spectacular master bathrooms that include a walk-in shower with a Superman logo, clean-lined furnishings and massive bathtub.
Cher’s Beverly Hills Home
For $2.5 million, one can now have Cher’s private Beverly Hills home. The former home of the iconic singer features a series of bathrooms in Tudor-style.
Karl Lagerfeld’s Villa Jako
Karl Lagerfeld’s exquisite German Villa has hit the market for $11.65 million. Marble and modern art create juxtaposed styles throughout the lavish bathroom set.
Selena Gomez’ Forth Worth Mansion
The beloved singer, Selena Gomez has recently lowered the price of her Fort Worth mansion to $2.7 million. The house highlights a massive bathroom with double sinks, a vanity space and a soaking tub with marvellous views to the outside.
Eva Longoria’s Hollywood Hills Home
The 8,603 sqft luxury estate is currently for sale for $3m. The house has five guest bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The large master bedroom has a fireplace and two walk-in closets connected to a tiled bathroom with a gas fireplace beside a jetted tub and steam shower.
Dennis Quaid’s Los Angeles Home
Dennis Quaid’s 6,114-square-foot home is well-appointed with nine bathrooms. The one depicted above features a crisp white palette and marvelous marble accents.
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Source: Elle Decor