Bathing Beauties - Bathrooms we'd Love to Start our Day In
Photography Dylan James
Kicking off with my top fave - this PER.FECT. shower situation by Heartly. (This is such a high vibrational bathroom. I can't explain that, but it is.) The grid tiling is so fresh and flawless, I love a reeded glass privacy screen, and I'll take a ledge over a niche any day. That big brass rainhead and the beautiful warm timber joinery warm everything up to Goldilocks level. And the piece de resistance? That skylight.
Amid the chaos, find retreat...
Opening or closing the day here would feel like time has stopped. By Australian architects Tecture.
Spouses who Dual Sink together, stay together.
Dreamy creamy palette and seriously show-stopping tiling (love the curved tiled privacy wall) - nice work, Lumiere Collective.
Wait, is this the bathroom equivalent of Jeffrey Dean Morgan? So handsome. Design by Studio Gram
Designer Jen Young wanted this space to feel open, calm, and instantly relaxing. Goal achieved, wouldn't you say? The simple subways, laid in a vertical stack bond pattern, are giving clean minimalism, and help accentuate the height of the ceilings, making the room feel more spacious and bright. (All it needs now is some layering with textiles - I'd love to see some BAINA towels and a bath mat here.)
Simplicity. Sophistication. Substance.
House E by CJH Studio
This breath-of-fresh-air bathroom is part of the renovation of a Victorian 19th Century home in London, by O'Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects.
Gorgeous curved shower by Paul Butterworth Architects
A couple of considered additions by Hecker Guthrie (the framed artwork, the sculptural side table - the Insert by Ferm Living) elevate this simple bathroom to a real design moment.