Spaces for Self-Care
Just looking at these beautiful bathrooms and elegant ensuites lowers my blood pressure...
This space by Eldridge Anderson Architects changes my attitude toward shubs, and I love this very simple and soothing palette of softest blue-grey grid tiles, warm oak and gunmetal tapware. This oceanfront home is fully featured in the latest issue of The Local Project, available at Sunday.
Heavenly hues of marble and polished plaster with aged bronze tapware. This space exemplifies balance in design - it's light and airy, yet has a sense of weight and permanence. By Conrad Architects.
These heavily shadowed, still and serene bathrooms are part of the renovation of an old villa in Auckland's Ponsonby, designed by MA Studio. Loving that ceiling-height black oak cabinetry.
From shrouded and grounding to light, bright and uplifting - this bathroom by Melanie Beynon is perfection, with its contemporary Terrazzo floor, simple-but-textural white tiles and Brodware tapware in weathered brass. See more of this warm and welcoming modern home here.
Small-ensuite style via April and May.
Loves a curved wall. Designed by Kate Lawrence Interiors
Designers Dita Studio created two very calming - almost meditative - bathrooms for this Melbourne home. I especially love that big open skylight in the shower, and the iconic Backenzahn timber stool, used as a side table for the bath.
And to finish up today - a trio of statement sinks (because I just have this thing for sinks!)
Architect Nicolas Schuybroek shows us how its done.
This sink! Via Say Architects.