SPG Architects’ Casa Torcida, located in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, uses rich woods and a soft palette in the bathroom, reflecting the abundant flora and fauna native to the property. A frosted glass divider separates the toilet from the rest of the space, which features a jetted tub and an open wood vanity with double sinks. The house is completely “off the grid,” using a water-reclamation system to retain rainwater for use throughout the house. In addition, the house has a solar hot water system, which provides hot water for most of the year.
This bright master bathroom features a glass enclosed shower with turquoise rectangular tiles. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom spaces, while a nearby walk-in closet provides space for organizing clothing and other items.
This light and bright master bathroom features bold turquoise tiles paired with a white bathroom floor. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom, allowing light to pass from space to space.