Be Inspired By 80 Beautiful Bathrooms For All Sizes And Styles Part 4 – Make your bathroom your most sacred refugee and don’t be scared to make bold transformations. Either in the shape of a new color or a new piece of furniture. Be inspired by the next inspirations and have fun. This is the fourth part of eight.
The metallic-and-marble shower door and vanity in this Manhattan home, designed by Steven Gambrel, are custom-designed, and the floors and shower feature tiles by Mosaic House.
In this Notting Hill townhouse, the master bathroom is sheathed in Nero Marquina marble, the 1950s slipper chair is by Ico Parisi, and the 1950s vase by Ercole Barovier was a Paris flea-market find.
Get inside this guest bathroom and be stunned by a salvaged 1920s tub and pedestal sink, a Burmese teak mirror, and Vendome sconces by Thomas O’Brien for Visual Comfort.
The stunning master bathroom in Monica Mandelli and Marco Valla’s Manhattan apartment, designed by Bruce T. Bananto, is proof that a simple space can be full of style. The bathroom features a CaesarStone vanity and undermount sinks by Kohler; the fittings are by Dornbracht, and the wastebasket is by John Brauer.
A circa-1960s light fixture by Sarfatti above a Water Monopoly tub in the master bath; the side table is by Achille Salvagni, and the walls are sheathed in marble.
In a bathroom at art and antiques dealer Pierre Passebon’s retreat in rural France, decorator Jacques Grange referenced the work of Swedish designer Carl Larsson by utilizing narrow strips of molding to add detail to the white-lacquered walls.
The tub, fittings, and tiles in the master bathroom of this Manhattan loft are all by Waterworks, and the vintage light fixture is from JF Chen.
There’s nothing like a clean, clear palette to turn a bathroom into a truly Zen-style space for relaxation.
The master bathroom is sheathed in glass tiles by Ann Sacks, the parchment-covered vanity and mirrors are custom made, and the sink and fittings are by Waterworks.
To be continued…
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Source: Elle Decor