Architectural Digesthas just revealed the best bathrooms of 2016.“Though the bath may be the most utilitarian room in the house, there’s been a movement in recent years to turn it into a spalike space that invites lingering”, explains the magazine.
We couldn’t agree more. The following bathroom designs will inspire you to rethink your own space – a sure way to get 2017 off to a good start. Take a look!
A Rewire chandelier is suspended above a Kohler tub with Lefroy Brooks fittings in the master bath of a downtown New York penthouse designed by Christine and John Gachot.
In Alex Rodriguez’s home in Florida, the bath features Waterworks sink fittings mounted on a sheet of mirror, a vintage Senufo chair from Jalan Jalan Collection, and a Malayer carpet from Woven Accents.
In an Aspen, Colorado, home designed by Shawn Henderson and architect Scott Lindenau, the centerpiece of the master bath is a custom-made Japanese soaking tub with Dornbracht fittings.
The minimalist master bath in architect Steve Mensch’s Rhinebeck, New York, home makes the most of its Hudson River views.
Designed by David Netto and architect David Hottenroth for a Hamptons home, the master bath has a Wetstyle tub with Waterworks fittings, a Paul Marra spool chandelier, Roman shades of a Larsen linen blend, and a chair from Cove Landing.
In the Manhattan loft of Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, a Ralph Lauren Home light fixture illuminates the master bath’s Victoria + Albert tub, which has Dornbracht fittings; the mirror and chair are antique, and the penny tile is by Waterworks.
In the mirrored master bath of fashion editor Giovanna Battaglia’s Stockholm apartment, midcentury Hans Wegner furniture contrasts with a Victorian-style claw-foot tub.
In the East Hampton, New York, home of publishing-world powerhouses Pilar Guzmán and Chris Mitchell, the Carrara-marble-lined master bath is accented with a vintage Sori Yanagi stool.
The upstate New York home of designer Sara Story features a master bath clad in dramatically figured Paonazzo marble; the freestanding shower was designed by Dirk Denison.
In the Hudson Valley, New York, home of photographer Pieter Estersohn, the master bath’s sarcophagus-style marble tub, equipped with antique French fittings, is joined by an 1830s armoire and a William IV sideboard repurposed as a sink cabinet.
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