Trendy bathroom projects serve as the ultimate inspiration source for many design lovers and bathroom decor enthusiasts spread around the world. If you’re thinking about remodeling your own master bath in a fashionable, functional and luxurious way, then the following bathroom design projects can bring you inspirational design ideas that you were searching for for a long time! Prepare yourself to begin a journey of inspiration with the Luxury Bathrooms team, and create the bathroom decor of your dreams! From a bathing zone serving two at a time and spa-like ambiances to fittings that both provide water and air, these seven bathroom designs leave a resonating, lasting impression for a necessary retreat!
#1 Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge – Botswana
The luxurious bathroom areas created by Michaelis Boyd Associates fit right in in the neutral tones design trend, enhanced by the bronze accents which complements the extraordinary architecture. Taupe and creamy white fabrics were used through the all bathroom decor, as well as a Zambian hardwood from support columns were used for the double sink vanities. Old horn door handles and wooden cowbells serve as accessories.
#2 Bellevue Hill Project – Australia
For the distinguished interior designers from Geoform Architects and CBS Projects, gold is the star of any luxury bathroom project, when it is used it the right way. Maison Valentina‘s Symphony Freestanding, Symphony Dressing Table and the Guilt Mirror are perfect matches to these amazing tiles on the floor and walls!
#3 W.I.N.D. House – Netherlands
In this incredible home decor residents are steamily embraced within a glass-fronted hamammade from tadelakt, a traditional Moroccan plaster mixed from limestone and sand and coated with olive-oil soap. In the master bedroom decor, the bathroom corner designed by UNStudio, features some polished stones cover the walls and floor, while a large tub by Studio Massaud is positioned in the bedroom.
#4 A House for Essex – UK
The custom mosaic tile-clad shower and bath area were covered in two bold shades of green with brass fittings. Created by Grayson Perry and Charles Holland, the stunning hand basin in the entrance hall of the Rufer House and Le Corbusier’s tiled and sculptural bench in the bathroom of the Villa Savoye were both important references.
#5 Golik Interior Designer Project – Russia
Tatiana Golik showcased her luxury bathroom perspective through a stunning bathroom design that is enhanced by some stunning golden details. Straight lines are in the majority of the space, however, the Newton Bathtub by Maison Valentina with its curvilinear design is definitely de star of the show!
#6 L’Horizon Resort and Spa – California (USA)
Since 1952, the boutique hotel designed by renowned architect, William F. Cody, is dressed to impress. With 25 rooms, the desert oasis hotel was recently remodeled by self-taught interior designer Steve Hermann, from Steve Hermann Design. Inspired by the mid-century modern interior representative of Hollywood’s golden era, the hotel bathrooms decor feature marble countertops and walnut cabinetry, brass hardware by Buster + Punch, and an exposed bulb hanging pendant light by Brendan Ravenhill.
#7 Beachfront Bungalow – Australia
Created by Minosa Design this luxury bathroom project is perfect for any family, whether it is a big one of a single couple. A stunning bathtub and a large open shower with a Gessi stainless-steel shower head, it’s located on a raised platform of Carrera marble, which also rises up one wall with carved niches for cleansing products and backdrop for a leather-clad Adnet mirror from Gubi. These bathrooms vanities are highlighted by the bold dark gray walls and floor covered in ceramic tile.
Source: Interior Design
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