Most people don’t spend hours at a time in the bathroom. Even a long and luxurious bath doesn’t normally go on that long. But the time we do spend in that sacred space should be comfortable. Whether we’re washing our faces, putting on makeup, or shampooing, a beautiful bathroom is a luxury we can all get behind. Take a look inside these five luxury bathrooms and get inspired for creating your own amazing space.
Designer: Jesters Philip and Catherine
The first bathroom is a visualization of a bathroom carved into rock, giving the space the feeling and appearance of being located in a cave. The craggy walls stand in contrast but also harmony with the smooth ceramic fixtures, which represent the way in which natural caves and rocks are worn away to a shine over thousands of years.
Visualizer: Paul Winds
The next bathroom from visualizer Paul Winds is modern and sophisticated with a bit of retro 70’s flair. According to the visualizer, it ” uses eco materials that betray this bathroom is the ultimate in comfort, comfort, warmth and elegance. ” The warmth is especially apparent in the natural wood and stone elements. A deep soaking tub and incredible porcelain sinks complete the space.
Visualizer: Pavel Vetrov
This basement bathroom from visualizer Pavel Vetrov is part bathroom part lounge, largely by virtue of the extraneous furniture. While you may not think of the bathroom as place to put a supple leather chaise or butterfly chair, why wouldn’t you want to spend a little extra time relaxing in the one space where you can have some peace and quiet. The sinks in this bathroom are also particularly notable with this cool, sloping design.
Visualizer: Yevgeny Dyakonov
Next up is a warm, luxurious bathroom with tropical theming. Wood slat accents, a fireplace facing the deep soaking tub, and the rainforest-inspired shower make this a real luxury retreat that would be well suited to a vacation resort – or a particularly lucky home.
Visualizer: Natalia Chibiryak
The last bathroom from visualizer Natalia Chibiryak couples fairly standard white fixtures with a creative accent wall of artificial teak. The bathroom was designed to shy away from ceramic tiles and in that constraint, the beautiful wood wall was born. It also provides extra storage space for toiletries and design displays.
Accessorising your bathroom is just as important when it comes to looks. Check out these cool faucets and unique toilet paper holders and soap dispensers that would add more interest to your bathroom.