Here are a few minimalistic bathrooms that really transcend typical design and turn the “loo” into an exciting retreat. Borrowing ideas from art, nature, and pure imagination, these bathrooms are far from ordinary.
An avant garde approach to bathing…
For the master bath of a house that French stage designer and director Jean-Pascal Lévy-Trumet built in a suburban Paris neighborhood, the dramatic egg-shaped concrete bathtub was custom-fitted to his body. The walls are sheathed in sheet metal, and the light fixture is from the 1950s. (Elle Decor)
The dark gray texture of the concrete walls and the skylight with light pouring in feels strangely natural. This shower feels bare and beautiful to me.
Concrete plaster rendered walls shower wet room running water shower rose skylight real home L etc 01/2008
The lengthy clean lines and gilded edges in this room create simplistic elegance.
This shower/bath combination seems like an optic illusion and puts its bathing subjects on display.
Bespoke custom made combined glass shower and bath made by 23 Degrees stone marble wall tiles wall mounted fitted taps real home L etc 03/2008
Become one with nature. The scenic view from this bath creates the perfect relaxation retreat.
The low-slung Spoon tub by G.P. Benedini for Agape is placed before a wall of windows that offers stunning views of the woods and ravine outside the Toronto home of designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg. The vanity is made of carved rain-forest marble, the sink and tub fittings are by Dornbracht, and the floor is paved with Portuguese limestone. (Elle Decor)