Bathrooms that are beyond
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World-Class Baths1 of 12
By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
Looking for an instant escape? Each of these amazing bathrooms offer a quiet reprieve from the holiday hustle and bustle. Sit back, relax and take a moment to enjoy the ahhhh-inducing spaces.
Room With a View2 of 12
Architect Nils Finne set this tub in front of a continuous floor-to-ceiling glass wall to take advantage of the expansive view and large amounts of natural light. According to Finne, the "limestone counters and floors provide material continuity in the space," further enhancing the open atmosphere.
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Urban Oasis3 of 12
MR Architecture created the ultimate Zen space for this NYC bathroom. With the aesthetic of a modern Japanese soaking room, the space provides a serene retreat from the hectic city below.
Sea Change4 of 12
Even though there are two distinct areas, Ohlausen DuBois Architects created a cohesive feel using sea-glass-inspired tiles and frosted glass panels. The large flokati rug adds a layer of textural warmth to an otherwise sleek and cool space.
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Neutral Zone5 of 12
A simple mix of white and natural tones makes for a soothing setting in this minimalist Greek bath.
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Field Day6 of 12
London architecture firm Platform 5 designed this modern house—appropriately called Meadowview—to have unobstructed views of the outside. Even in the bathroom, the extensive meadow and sky can be enjoyed in full during your soak.
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A Little Bit Country7 of 12
The Bellinter House in Ireland, a historical estate reinvented as a luxurious bed and breakfast, pulls influence from classical Italian architecture. In the bathroom, the mix of rich wood floors, dark blue walls and a glass-enclosed shower enhance the grandeur of the space.
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In the Clear8 of 12
In this bathroom designed by Sheahan + Quandt Architecture & Interiors, the pebble flooring creates an earthy effect, making for a natural sanctuary in which to relax.
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White Hot9 of 12
At Babylonstoren, a resort in South Africa, design editor turned interior designer Karen Roos kept the palette mostly white and added texture and warmth with comfortable furnishings—a look she continued to the bath, with its fluffy wool-covered stool.
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Set in Stone10 of 12
This California bath by BAR Architects includes luxurious must-haves for any bath: marble-clad surfaces, sleek tiles, a large round spa-shower and a wall-mounted TV.
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Victorian Revisited11 of 12
In the Notting Hill neighborhood of London, Hackett Holland Ltd. overhauled this turn-of-the-century space while maintaining its traditional forms. A glamorous chandelier and floor-to-ceiling curtains add to the grandeur.
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Warming Trend12 of 12
A grand, claw-foot tub would make any bathroom feel more luxurious—add a fireplace and you'll never want to leave.
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