Whether we like to talk about it or not, the time we spend in the bathroom matters. This is where our most intimate moments happen. Therefore, it should not only be functional, but also designed for optimum comfort and luxury. Some bathrooms are large enough to fit all the amenities like a walk-in shower, but smaller bathrooms can still put on a nice face. Describe the modern master bathroom we want to share with the design world with beautiful materials like marble and brass.
This bright and airy solar bathroom has large windows, a glass shower and a tub. A separate tub sits in the corner of the basalt floor platform.
This beautiful Napa Valley bathroom is toned down with wood vanities finished with modern white sinks.
Serene and simple
Gachot studios designed this building with a deep drawer in front of a large window. The vintage Murano pendant elegantly floats above it.
The undulations of natural marble on the vanity tops, walls and floors remind designer Jaques Grange of the sea in Venice. The black metal frame and glass doors add contrast and contrast.
Modernist easy to meet
The architect Tom Kundig resumes the exterior of the villa Montana. Reclaimed wood floors add a rustic element to the modern space.
Modern bathroom tiles
Cobalt blue tile meets black and white marble in the bathroom of Andy Cohen’s new duplex in Manhattan. The cupboards and window surrounds are in White Statuary marble. Hexagonal wall and floor tiles are artistic tiles.
Modern glamorous bathroom
Natural tones and paintings by Robert Longo warm up the bathroom of a New York home. The sink is a Toto fitted with Lefroy Brooks fittings.
Simple and modern bathroom
Monica Mandelli and Marco Valla’s bathroom, Manhattan apartment, designed by Bruce T. Bananto, is a simple, modern move. Even John Brauer’s draw weighs heavily on their artistry. The bathroom also has CaesarStone vanities by Kohler and undermount vanities. The fittings are from Dornbracht.