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Inspired by the beauty of Bali, this bathroom features a double sink vanity created from a converted table and mirror frames fashioned from molding. The carved wood and shimmery textures add to the organic and exotic feel of this lush space.
To give this bathroom all the blissed-out feeling of a spa, the designer included a freestanding soaking tub and a leather chaise. The accent wall behind the tub is teak, durable around moisture.
The other walls are finished in a concrete render.
Wood accents—the vanity, the mirror's trim, the slats supporting the tub—warm up this generously sized bathroom with a view. The gorgeous blue water seen outside the windows is the colorful main attraction of the neutral space.
This spa-style retreat features walnut cabinets, Shoji screen doors with metal tile and faux grass cloth walls. A true Japanese-style tub and a large walk-in shower with body sprays provide the finishing touches.
After a day of sunbathing or swimming in the pool, this guest bathroom becomes the perfect space to freshen up. A large vanity keeps essentials like towels and soap close, while a glass door opens to the shower.
Paint the ceiling for a cohesive designer look. For this small bathroom, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch used Benjamin Moore’s Habanero Pepper, which matches the reddish tones in the chinoiserie wallpaper. Also, she had the seagrass rug custom cut, which is not a budget buster, and added a border with a yard of fabric that coordinated with the wallpaper.
In the bathroom, designers used the modern, Asian motif from the rest of the home to bring in unique features that give this space a spa like feel. The window above the large soaking tub gives the space plenty of natural light, while the bamboo wood panel helps to create some privacy between the spa space and the outdoors. To create privacy inside the home, panels of frosted glass create a space in the bathroom that is separate from the rest of the room's spaces; however, by using panels of glass rather than glass sheets, designers were able to keep the bath area from feeling cut off and separate-keeping the room's design flow continuous-while still giving this space an amount of privacy.
A sleek double vanity is topped with neutral travertine countertops, integrated stone sinks and matching circular mirrors. The large walk-in shower uses porcelain tile with a bamboo effect to add visual height, while a glass block window streams in natural light.