If you thought a bathtub in the shower was brilliant, how about this one where the tub is sunken into the shower? Lagula Arquitectes made both features possible in this smokey tiled bathroom.
Do you need to make your bathroom look much bigger than it is? Follow in Frits de Vries Architect‘s footsteps and make one wall into a closet with mirrored doors. Suddenly your bathroom looks twice the size.
Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners went to town with the concrete in this bathroom. But with all that texture it provides, you can hardly say it’s wrong. In fact, it will probably inspire you to add concrete to your own bathroom.
Featuring white as the primary color with black accents and golden details, this small bathroom is a perfect blend of traditional and modern with just a hint of classic beauty. Once again, the shower niche is an important part of the design.
A slightly different design is Square 30, which is composed of tiny punch-cut pieces. The small molded squares create an elegant mosaic that is three-dimensional and enhances the reflectivity of the materials used. These bathroom tiles are also appropriate for the floor or for the shower walls.
Shaded patterns of geometric designs are a thoroughly modern take on the old art of mosaic and this particular example is a really fun bathroom tile design. The combination of vibrant colors, metallic sheen and interesting geometry is a statement-making wall for a bathroom and needs no other adornment.
Let’s start subtle and soft. This tiny bathroom relies on the textured look of this wallpaper for it’s interest. You feel like you’ve been transported to a relaxing spa somewhere in Asia.
Lake Como is also where the Urquiola-designed five-star hotel “Il Sereno” recently opened. The Lariana collection features round and oval washbasins that sit atop an angular base, creating a play of contrasts. The basin and stand are made of Cristalplant® biobased or marble.