Not too long ago, everyone believed that bathrooms were a quick-entry/quick-exit space. The perception that the bathroom is not a place to relax or spend time is beginning to shift. Today, many homeowners are building what we like to refer to as the “modern-day” bathroom, a space to linger and indulge. Similar to the dining room or kitchen, it is now becoming a space in the house where you want to impress your visitors.
The desire for modern bathroom trends like marble wall panels, water-saving toilets, opulent shower enclosures, and fog-free mirrors is rising, and some bathrooms are starting to rank among the most beautiful spaces in a house.
The highlight of the spacious Hale Ku Mana mansion in Hawaii, which Concierge Auctions sold for $13.5 million in 2013, is this tranquil bathroom. The zen semi-outdoor area, which is surrounded by beautiful vegetation, is the most serene place to unwind and relax.
It must be heaven to soak in this bathtub while being surrounded by vibrant tropical fish. The stunning aquarium bathroom was created in a Dallas property with a Renaissance style that sold in 2019 for just under $6 million.
The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai’s Royal Suite has extremely opulent decor and a master bathroom on top of that. With a sizable marble bathtub, a five-head rainfall shower, and gold-plated fittings, it checks off all the high-end boxes.
In 2017, the eponymous late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld experimented with interior design, updating two suites at the opulent Hôtel de Crillon in Paris. One of the centerpieces is the master bathroom, which includes a two-ton tub made from a single block of Carrera marble. It’s unquestionably as crazy as some of these mansions owned by global fashion icons.
924 Bel Air Road, one of America’s priciest homes, was bought in January for $94 million. The estate boasts 21 luxurious bathrooms in all, one of which is this one made of grey marble and outfitted with a spa bath, a sizable walk-in shower, and a leather double massage sofa.
The Trump World Tower in Midtown Manhattan raises the bar for ostentatious consumption. The most costly marble money can buy can be found throughout this condo, which sold in 2013 for a staggering $9 million. It also features a genuine Andy Warhol Chanel No. 5 artwork.
The Chinese jewelry mogul Law Sai-wing constructed this stunning $3.5 million bathroom in his renowned Swisshorn Gold Palace in Hong Kong in 2001. Guinness World Records lists the toilet as the most costly in the world. It is made of solid 24-karat gold, and the roof is covered in hundreds of precious stones.
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