A bathroom renovation represents one of the home’s best resale investments. To help generate ideas for your next home upgrade, we have pulled together 12 of best luxury bathrooms decor ideas.
This bright-orange bathroom belongs to the homeowner’s children. The bathroom features Boyd sconces that are made of fluorescent bulbs behind etched mirrors.
Marcel Wanders’s sculptural Gobi tub stands on its own on a platform of Athos marble. The glass-encased shower, easily big enough for two, is clad in the same marble and sports a handy shaving sink. The window to the fire escape is translucent glass.
Once a hall bath and closet, architect Robert Kaner created a new master bath with a custom rosewood vanity, tub, and shower. Brick-sized tiles echo the façade but in a more modern grid design.
Designer Frank Roop installed molded-aluminum Ann Sacks tile “subway style,” but vertically. A mitered marble bench appears to run through the glass shower enclosure.
Ogawa/Depardon Architects devised the glass shower stall that occupies the center of the master bath (tile by Ann Sacks, fixtures by Hansgrohe).
Hansgrohe’s Axor shower flanks the custom-soaking tub in the master bath. Tile is Pret A Porterfrom Viva Ceramica.
A large iron tub from the German manufacturer Kaldewei is surrounded by basalt. Also used on the countertop, basalt is highly porous, so the slabs are filled with epoxy, giving them a smooth appearance. A pair of glass doors lead to the shower and toilet compartments; tiles are from Bisazza.
This master bath features a graphic floral mural with tile byBisazza and a design inspired byMoooi, (seen in mirror reflection). An imposing Cube tub fromWetStyle in the master bath balances the custom white-lacquered vanity and full-figured square mirror.
Book-matched Carrara marble surrounds an oversize sink in the bath; a concrete drum table designed by Stuart Silk Architects services the shower, which is outfitted with Dornbracht fixtures.
This powder room’s limestone counter and angular Lacava sink are offset with a 19th-century Italian mirror.
Duravit Vero sinks are fitted with classic Vola hardware by Arne Jacobsen in this master bathroom. The Vola line includes the traps and valves below the sinks, so attractive that you wouldn’t want to hide them in a vanity. Using larger tiles on the floor than on the walls creates a solid feeling underfoot.
The bathroom’ polished-concrete counters with integral sinks and built-in open plywood shelving for towel storage feature a mix of high and low fixtures: mirrors framed in industrial stainless steel from Bradley and sleek Dornbracht faucets.