Almost all interior designers consider common sense the idea that all-white palette helps give any bath the feeling of a luxurious retreat. But the main question is: “what makes white so popular in baths?” The answer is because the clean and serene hue create a calming atmosphere, making any bathroom feel more Spa-like. And today Luxury Bathrooms is going to show you how to transform your home into a Spa with these 10 astonishing luxury white bathroom ideas. Keep scrolling!
White is a color that one instantly identifies with the opulence of a spa, and it’s a good choice for the lavish home bath as well. But more importantly, it allows you to keep the theme of the bathroom fairly minimal and posh. Naturally, incorporating a chandelier like Brubeck Suspension Light by DelightFULL into your bathroom design is really going to up the luxury level.
This amazing light-flooded master bathroom was designed by Axel Vervoordt.
A gorgeous Boffi bathtub anchors this luxury bathroom designed by Fox-Nahem Associates.
In this master bathroom project by architect Michael Haverland and decorator Philip Galanes, a cast-iron tub has fittings by Sign of the Crab.
For this astonishing master bath, the decorator John Barman raised the ceiling to a soaring 15 feet. He used the same white ceramic floor tile on the adjacent terrace.
The master white bathroom of designer Victoria Hagan’s Nantucket retreat includes Waterworks tub fittings and curtains of a C&C Milano fabric from Holland & Sherry.
The ceiling light in this master bath is by Urban Archaeology, and the sconces and tub are by Waterworks.
In this astonishing bath, a Kohler tub is set in a harmonious ambiance designed by William L. Caudell.
Here, the master bath’s tub and fittings are by Waterworks.
A vintage FontanaArte light fixture is suspended above a Corian tub by Boffi in this master bathroom.
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