Architecture Digest has just that best bathroom of 2016. “Although the bathroom is perhaps the most functional room in the house, in recent years there has been a movement that has turned it into a sparse space that invites you to linger,” explained the magazine.
We can not agree anymore. The following bathroom designs will inspire you to rethink your own space – a sure way to get 2017 off to a good start. Look here!
A Rewire chandelier hangs over a Kohler tub with Lefroy Brooks faucets in the master bathroom of a downtown New York penthouse designed by Christine and John Gachot.
In Alex Rodriguez’s Florida apartment, the bathroom features water-jet sinks mounted on a mirrored top, a vintage Senufo chair by Jalan Jalan Collection, and a Woven Accents Malayer rug.
In a home designed by Shawn Henderson and architect Scott Lindenau in Aspen, Colorado, the heart of the master bath is a custom-made Japanese bathtub with Dornbracht fittings.
The minimalist master bathroom in the home of architect Steve Mensch in Rhinebeck, New York, makes the most of his view of the Hudson River.
Designed by David Netto and architect David Hottenroth for a Hamptons home, the Master Bath has a wet-style tub with Waterworks fittings, a Paul Marra chandelier, Roman shades of a Larsen linen blend, and a Cove Landing chair.
In the Manhattan loft by Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, a lamp by Ralph Lauren Home illuminates the Victoria + Albert tub of the master bathroom with Dornbracht fittings; The mirror and chair are antique, and the penny tile is from Waterworks.
In the mirroring master bathroom of the fashion editor Giovanna Battaglia’s apartment in Stockholm, mid-century furniture by Hans Wegner contrasts with a Victorian claw foot tub.
In East Hampton, New York, home to the publishing world powerhouses Pilar Guzmán and Chris Mitchell, the Carrara marble-lined master bathroom is accented with a vintage Sori Yanagi chair.
New York State home designer Sara Story has a master bath draped in intricately patterned Paonazzo marble. The freestanding shower was designed by Dirk Denison.
In the Hudson Valley, New York, the home of photographer Pieter Estersohn, the master bath’s sarcophagus marble tub features antique French fixtures, a 1830s cabinet, and a William IV sideboard turned into a sink cabinet.
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