3 unrivalled bathroom designs (and why they got my attention)

Monday, March 21, 2016
Antique mirror glass wall bathroom | Norm Architects
Norm Architects
There are certainly tons of gorgeous bathrooms around the blogosphere, to drool, dream and envy a little. For, a living room is the home's first impression, the bedroom a sanctuary to hideaway, but a bathroom? A bathroom defines the amount of luxury in a place. The sacred room to purify, unwind and rejuvenate the mind and senses. That being said, here are 3 bathrooms that got my attention for their unique contemporary design that had me wanting a bathroom renovation more than a lot lately. 

Mirror wall bathroom divider | Smart Design Studio
Smart Design Studio
The wall to ceiling mirror wall, that serves as a divider between the shower and the rest of the bathroom. Easiest way to make the room feel way bigger but needs that extra minutes of care to feel clean and swoonworthy (btw, who doesn’t like a fireplace in the bathroom? Oh, please..)

Antique mirror glass wall bathroom | Norm Architects
Norm Architects
The antique mirror glass wall, behind the built in bathtub. The result is out of this world and the contrast between the luxurious sheen of the mirror and the unrefined finish of the charcoal stucco bathtub and floor is awesome. Sure, like the mirror wall above, it takes some effort to always look nice but looks like it’s worthy all the way.

Travertine tiles and carrara marble sink bathroom | Fearon Hay Architecture
Fearon Hay Architecture
The two toned marble bathroom, with bold dark hued travertine marble tiles covering the walls and an impressive sculptural sink made of carrara marble. Love how there is a confusion of scale and depth in this space and the unclear borders of what appears to be a shower behind the sink and a cabinet carved into wall.

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