Most Beautiful Designer Bathrooms Ever!

Most Beautiful Designer Bathrooms Ever!

It doesn't matter if you're thinking about the powder room to the grandiose master bath here are some of my favorite designer bathrooms that will inspire you to spruce up your space! 

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Found in Andy Cohen's newly renovated Manhattan duplex, the master bath’s tub is by Wooden Baths Ltd. The counter and window surround are made from white marble. Reflecting sea colored wall and hexagonal floor tiles adorned the bathroom. Just imagine getting off from a long day and taking a bath in the wooden bathtub with a view overlooking the city!

 

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In this Moroccan inspired home, the walls and floor of a bathroom are lined in Popham Design's Hex Long Shadow, the shower enclosure is custom made, and the brass fixtures were purchased from a souk. I especially love this because yellow tones just make me feel warm and fuzzy inside. This is perfect for the quirky souls!

 

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Calling all the book lovers out there! If you ever feel like your precious books might feel lonely in the library, bring them into the bathroom with you! This is in the master bath of a French countryside duplex, floor-to-ceiling galvanized-iron bookshelves are accessible by way of a metal library ladder. The sculptures and paintings are by the famous Renaissance artist Astuguevieille.

 

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Beautiful pale blue mosaic tiles framed by vines make a visual rug in the center of this bathroom's floor. At the window, floral blue-and-white curtains add to the whimsical, charming countryside feel. This definitely gave me the princess-sy vibe and makes me think that I could talk to birds (I wish AHAHA) and other woodland animals!

 

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This shower room takes spacious to a whole new level. A glass divider wall designates the shower space next to the gold faucet while the rest of the room remains open. A white claw foot tub is positioned against the wall right opposite the shower with matching gold feet, faucets and even towel racks! Gray marble subway tile surrounds the walls while smaller tile coats the floor. This whole design screams royalty to me don't you think?