Find Peace of Mind by Looking at 8 Astonishing Minimalist Bathrooms ⇒ Minimalist bathrooms have the power to disconnect one from the outside world. It is the simplicity of this style that makes it so appealing and it is not as hard to do it as one may think. In addition, opting for this style will mean that will have more space to store things and other functions. To achievement this type of bathrooms, it is imperative to include options like a monochromatic color palette, clean-lined fixtures, sleek furniture and accessories, etc. Now, Luxury Bathrooms will display a few examples that perfectly highlight the essence of this style.
Tod Wiliams Billie Tsien Architects designed this stunning bathroom set of an Amagansett residence, in New York. This design features a hand-finished-limestone tub, a vanity by Descience Laboratories as well as a tub and sink with Boffi fittings. It also provides astonishing views of the outside.
This bathroom was designed by Joe Nahem in collaboration with Alveary Architecture. It features a white palette throughout and exquisite design elements, like a Boffi tub.
This one was conceived by Desai/Chia Architecture presenting walls and floors tiled in Venete glass. It also features a cube tub by Wetsyle and mirrored cabinets by Robern.
There’s nothing more serene than having a bathroom with phenomenal views. This set was designed by Lehrer Architects LA.
This is another good example that one can do more with less. This bathroom presents a side table right next to a simple yet elegant master bath by B&B Italia.
This master bathroom is flooded by natural lighting, exuding tranquility. It was designed by Axel Vervoordt.
This beautiful bathroom of a Manhattan apartment was modernized by Shelton, Mindel & Assoc. and highlights white-onyx walls and a unique Jørgen Møller stool by Design Within Reach.
This quintessiantly minimalist bathroom highlights a vintage FontanaArte light fixture and a Corian tub by Boffi centered in the room. With the assistance of designers, Tony Ingrao and Randy Kamper, architect Frederic Schwartz completely transformed this master bath.
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Source: Architectural Digest