From creative tile to unusual tubs, a singular strong design move can turn the bathroom into a modern design sanctuary.
In an Australian bathroom, the architects designed a clever tub that can serve as a shower, too. “Curved bath edges are not great to stand in so we wanted it to have a flat base,” architect Melissa Bright says. “We also didn’t like that you would have to step over the edge of the bath to get in the shower. The solution to this was to sink it down.
A SHY 04 pendant light paired with a custom vanity made from oak charred with Shou sugi ban it is one of the best master bathroom ideas of this high style in Denver.
The dark gray epoxied shower area forms a solid contrast to the white walls and floors of a Montreal apartment.
This small bathroom of a renovated Brooklyn loft features a pattern of gray and turquoise tiles that climbs from the floors up the walls.
For the master bath of a wood-lined residence, the clients requested a splash of color: sea green concrete Moroccan tiles with geometric designs.
The architects of this Barcelona house employed a simple trick to get the most out of a small bathroom. Since the ceilings were already high, they raised the floor level about two feet to fit a Dornbracht bathtub beneath the shower.
Perforated concrete blocks provide ventilation and discreet views of the patio in a São Paulo home.