The first thing we usually think when decorating a bathroom is its functionality. However, being functional doesn’t actually have to mean being boring and traditional. Luxury Bathrooms will present you today the second part of the 30 most creative bathrooms, with creative designs and memorable details.
16 – Bold Tile
Designer Kyle Timothy Blood used mesmerizing patterns of floor-to-ceiling Moroccan tile in a Cape Cod Bathroom, evoking the atmosphere of a traditional hammam.
17 – Extra Dark
Wrapped in dark-stained pine with plain
cabinetry, the master bathroom has the look of a rustic retreat in an Alabama home designed by Susan Ferrier.
18 – Indoor/Outdoor
Combining interior with outdoors in a single bathroom will definitely cause an excellent impression for its high uniqueness and originality.
19 – Floral Mural
Be inspired by hanami, the Japanese tradition of going to see the blossoms as part of a celebration of spring and decorate your bathroom with such beautiful and delicate cherry blossom trees mural.
20 – Tubside Fire
What could be more relaxing than this luxury bathroom with arched window and the sunken marble bath , just in front of a fireplace and a wonderful view?
21 – Trellis Walls
Chinoiserie gets combined with orangery in a trellis-accented powder room, with millwork by Philippe Le Manach of Accents of France.
22 – Mosaic rug-tile
Take a look at this impressive tile that looks exactly like a true rug.
23 – Tile Accent Wall
These Moroccan tiles give highlight a wall in the bathroom for an exquisite look.
24 – Hidden Medicin Cabinets
The medicine cabinets in this Michigan lake house bathroom are hidden behind the overscale mirrors.
25 – Decorated Mantel
This extraordinary fireplace added a totally unexpected twist to the bathroom.
26 – Converted Dresser
Editor Zim Loy painted a vintage dresser black, added ring pulls for a campaign-chest look, and turned it into a vanity for her Italianate house in Kansas City, Missouri. She also fitted the piece with shallow drop-in sinks to make the top drawers also usable.
27 – Pebbled Floor
To create a spa-like feel in a North Carolina bathroom, designer Barrie Benson added a pebble floor.
28 – Faux Window
An Amanda Weil photo on glass creates a window where there is none in a Park Avenue master bathroom designed by homeowner Royce Pinkwater. The rest of the bathroom is done in pure white marble.
29 – Bold Wallpaper
30 – A Real Rug
In a California house, designer Mary Watkins Wood laid down a rug instead of a bath mat. And this time it’s a real rug! Carpets are made to withstand a lot more wear than the occasional wet foot.