We love bathrooms and with so many ideas and Inspirations for the most special room in the house it’s difficult to choose that. Therefore, here you have some ideas for your next remodeling bathroom with some designer bathrooms names to get inspired.
In this bold mashup in a Chicago bathroom decorated by Summer Thornton — traditional and modern, florals and stripes — everything looks gorgeous together.
“I love a glamorous bathroom,” designer Marshall Watson says. He turned the master bath in a Florida house into a spa-like oasis with floor-to-ceiling windows, a Waterworks cast-iron tub, a custom vanity with crystal bars, also by Waterworks, and a crystal chandelier from John Salibello.
Deirdre Doherty gives to this vintage bathroom an old Spanish revival a fresh look. Space feels totally new.
Originally the owners were going to add a master suite, but then they looked up and realized that the third-floor attic, with its peaked roof and exposed beams, presented an unusual opportunity. “The first thing we shopped for was that tub,” says Chicago-based designer Julia Buckingham. “It’s the crown jewel.”
inspired by hanami, the Japanese tradition of going to see the blossoms as part of a celebration of spring was inspired this bathroom design. Caroline Beaupère, the designer, designed this bathroom in New Jersey because she “loves cherry blossoms”
The view and the fireplace from this California bathroom designed by Ohara-Davies-Gaetano gives a magnificent look. This Sunken Bathtub can be the most relaxing thing.
This tiles of the 1970s beach house bathroom are similar to a cement floor in Spain, but the pattern is based on a block print from India. Designed by Karen Vidal.
The beach is right outside this house in Marina del Rey, California, but you’d never have known it from the dark and cramped master bath. Designer Daleet Spector reconfigured the space and added large windows to let in more light.
Calacatta marble walls and a gleaming Rêve tub by Kohler brighten the master bath. All fittings are by Harrington Brass Works. The wall hanging is by L’Aviva Home.
To balance out a girl’s youthful bathroom, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon selected a classic claw-foot tub by Victoria + Albert, perfect for a long soak.