Designer bathrooms

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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The bathroom is one of the most treasured rooms in the home. Not only is it always up for scrutiny by guests, but it is our own personal sanctuary and private oasis where we can wash away the worries and troubles from the day. However, bathrooms as of late are becoming smaller and smaller. Homeowners are choosing to sacrifice the extra space in favour of a slightly larger kitchen or living room.

Despite this, a beautiful designer bathroom is something of a dream, to many. Everyone knows the feeling of desire and envy when you flick through photos of expensive celebrity bathrooms, oohing and ahhing over the latest and greatest features and trends. So, today, we are going to look at some amazing examples of designer bathrooms, created by our homify experts. Of course, this ideabook is laced with inspiration and concepts for you to implement in your own home. 

Hotel luxe

modern Bathroom by Tereza Prego Design
Tereza Prego Design

BATHROOM WITH A VIEW

Tereza Prego Design

When we go on holidays and stay in expensive hotels, the design of the bathroom is always one we remember. Fitted out with state of the art electronics, pretty accessories, and conceptual bathroom elements, we are always left dreaming of having the same fit out in our own homes. Nowadays, this is possible. With high street shops selling a huge range of replica products, you can have your dream hotel bathroom in your own home. 

Blue skies

Isola house -  bathroom: modern Bathroom by Haag Architects
Haag Architects

Isola house— bathroom

Haag Architects

After white, blue is the most common colour choice for bathrooms. And, we completely understand why. Replicating a sunny sky, or pristine sea water, these are the ideal scenarios which we place ourselves in for relaxing. Given the bathroom is a space where we go to unwind, it comes as no surprise that homeowners would choose a blue colour palette.  We absolutely love the geometric positioning of the wall tiles, whilst being a pop of colour, it also acts as an interesting and unique feature which adds a completely new dimension to the space. On top of this, the wooden shutters create privacy and are reminiscent of a beach holiday. 

In vogue

Marble never goes out of fashion—it is the one material that has managed to transcend the very best and worst of design eras. It is the epitome of class and beauty, working in both kitchens and bathrooms, on floors, walls and varied surfaces. The best thing about marble is the different characteristics caused by the naturally occurring veins. No two pieces will ever be the same, and you can be sure that your bathroom will look forever elegant and on trend. 

Accents

Chiswick W4: Perfect Bathroom Oasis: classic Bathroom by Increation
Increation

Chiswick W4: Perfect Bathroom Oasis

Increation

A bathroom does not have to be white, or variation of white. Why not create a sultry and mysterious mood with some black or dark navy tiles? As you can see, the space has access to ample natural light, which is essential in planning a dark coloured bathroom. Small tiles accentuate the overall aura, making it appear glamorous and classy. For those who generally steer clear of deep tones, don't be afraid; you may be on track for replicating your own personal wellness spa in the comfort of your own home. 

Delicate

Classic, elegant and dainty are just a few words that sum up this picture. With the natural light being diffused into the room via the frosted glass, the space takes on an ethereal and airy existence. To stop the bathroom from looking sterile and banal, the designers have cleverly added accents of plum purple to complement the white and beige palette. Given that there is ample space in the room, the free-standing bathtub becomes the feature element in the centre, letting the viewer know the sole purpose of this space. 

In your opinion, what constitutes good bathroom design? Let us know below.
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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