27 Bonkers Amazing Bathrooms
Almost too beautiful to pee in
Given how much time you spend in there (yeah, we see you), don’t you think your bathroom deserves a little design makeover?
Get inspired with these 27 amazing sanctuaries, which range from opulent to eccentric to, dare-we-say?-- sensible.
Rustic planks and hex tile make this little corner eclectic. Quirky art helps, too.
Proof that blue is always soothing.
But we don’t mind the warmth of red around this hideaway tub, either.
Heaven is a freestanding tub and a panoramic country view.
Gray accents, cool marble and the benefit of natural light make this cottage bathroom ideal for morning primping.
And a vintage schoolhouse sink redefines modern rustic.
Floral wallpaper is back, babies.
And wacky, vaguely dizzying mosaic never went away.
Earth mamas will gravitate toward this inviting, wooden soaking tub.
While modern mavens will swoon over concrete flooring and stately Marmara marble.
How do you make a pint-sized powder room feel bigger? With an oversized mirror and vertical accents.
But if you have space to spare in your gritty artists' loft, might we suggest a huge door-less shower and pendant lamp?
This luxurious master bath (complete with a plush blanket) was inspired by a 1960s Vogue cover.
Grotto bathroom with loveseat, recessed lighting and sunken Jacuzzi tub, are you for real?
The other kind of forest bathing.
“I love you, you’re perfect, now get your own tub.”
But if micro is more your reality, sliding barn doors and a "You Look Good" tile pattern add plenty of charm.
Design tip: Make it more spa-like by rolling (and displaying) your towels.
Black and white just feels right.
But so does this playful mix of kids’ art and toys.
Claw-foot tub in a Wild West cabin. Our idea of “roughing it.”
For the hygienically indecisive, we present: The bathtub in the shower.
For the “I was a princess in another life” sort: The flat-screen and fireplace.
Who needs space when you’ve got personality (like a retro mirror and a vintage tripod table)?
Also applicable: An industrial bare-bones farmhouse sink.
Why not put your bathtub outside?
Or inside… in your Tibetan palace.