23 Dream Bathroom Designs

Your love for decorating doesn't have to stop at the bathroom door. Continue your style into this traditionally private place by enhancing with high-quality materials and features that transform it into an elegant and restorative space. Stone—like marble, travertine, and porcelain—along with rich, warm woods; beautiful fabrics and upholstery; and reflective crystal chandeliers and glass mirrors all help to create hotel- or spa-like escapes.


Whether it's a primary or en-suite, powder room, or regular bathroom, consult an interior designer or other professional to help guide you through the process, from creating more space to choosing materials. Opt for a clutter-free environment free of personal products, wet towels, and soiled clothing.


01 Reflections



While a dark pink tufted velvet chair with lucite legs is definitely a focal point, other aspects are eye-catchers, like the vintage-stye leaf-pattern wall covering.


02 All About the Tub



Remarkably, this house was built around a custom-designed silver travertine tub, which sits in front of a large window that offers a view of a nature preserve and breathtaking sunsets.


03 Sea View



The aim of this design was to evoke a sense of tranquility, Clean, smooth surfaces include Pietra Gray marble with a porcelain wall. 


04 Tile Rug



Designed with mosaic tiles that claims the territory of a rug with more permanence. Intended to be the most ornamental element in the room, the tile rug establishes the palette. Mosaic tile designs are repeated on walls and panels throughout the bathroom. The linen cabinet was also custom designed.


05 Tuscan Retreat



Tuscan-style bathroom for a 10,000-square-foot estate that features a dome ceiling faux finished to match a stone mosaic.Other details include custom-made curved-front wood vanities, marble molding cut to arch around the mirrors, handmade wrought-iron lighting, and Giallo Reale marble flooring.


06 American Estate



Custom appointments include a tile rug design and wood cabinetry that house a bathtub and linens.


07 Lux Boudoir



A boudoir-style bathroom for an estate in New Jersey includes custom-made vanities painted with Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray- HC-168 and topped with a 2-inch-thick white marble slab.


08 Asian-Organic Fusion



Pebble-shaped Foscarini Gregg pendant lights suspended over an oval tub invite a view into a lush Georgia yard.


09 Bathroom Made for a Rockefeller



The exquisite white bathroom is for the lady of the house; her husband's is across the hall and sports dark colors and finishes. In the space that was once a small primary bath and two servants' bedrooms, the new bathroom features a fireplace, custom-designed millwork and cabinetry, along with flooring, shower, and pilasters made of Thassos, Badiglio, and Carrara marbles. 


10 Boston Victorian



Carrara marble was used for the walls and sinks, which were made by with reclaimed and replated metal legs. Not everything is vintage: the mirrors are touch-latched to reveal medicine cabinets.


11 Urban Regency



Right off, a turquoise tub is an eye-catcher. Greige subway tile walls mixed with marble and gold hardware and accents make for a perfect mash-up of Hollywood Regency meets urban chic.


12 Going for Baroque




This wonderfully decadent dream space includes antique mirrors, an ornate candelabra and amethyst chandelier, and a Pistachio-colored vanity to powder your wig. Topping it off: a vaulted (domed) ceiling with chubby cherubs.


13 Modern Palette




Against a limited palette, a splash of greenery brightens this calming space. Matte-black fixtures, trim, and hardware are a bold choice rather than traditional metals.


14 Accent on Blue




The bathroom features black and white marble tile detailing on the "rug" and tub.


15 Pago Pago West




All bathroom showers have brilliant mosaic tiles; the primary bath's curbless corner shower is a stunning mix of purples. 


16 Cool Mint




Walls and floors of the new bathroom in this unit are made of Carrara marble panels


17 A Touch of Purple




an elegant residence that would harmoniously wed three generations' varied tastes under one roof. The request for the primary bath was to create a luxurious look with a modern twist, which was attained by setting a slim, curving tub against an antiqued mirror backdrop. Concrete floor tiles add color and texture to the scheme. The modern twist: a vibrant contemporary purple Gessi basin and fixtures.


18 Shades of Gray




Modern conveniences like a steam shower, make-up center, and vanity with a concealed video monitor behind the mirror were integrated into this bright, spacious, and open design.


19 Canyon Hideaway




The juxtaposition of the concrete block wall exposed against the polished gray marble flooring. The countertops are made of leathered Calcutta marble with Kohler wall-mounted faucets. 


20 Yellowbell




A view of The Equality State's vast wilderness and landscape that changes with the seasons. Flooring throughout the house is a flamed and brushed limestone.


21 Gold Coast MCM




Materials and furnishings reflect the home's retro roots.


22 Sweet Symmetry




Australia, that centers a cast-iron bathtub on a raised-deck platform, which gives it a separate, spa-like feeling. Art Deco-inspired sconces and a mirror are centered and symmetrical for a balanced, calming effect.


23 Texas-Sized




Boasting probably more square footage than most New York apartments, this ample and elegant primary bath in Dallas has fine-quality materials and features like marble floors, custom mouldings, and wood cabinetry.

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