This marble-clad bathroom is luxury itself with a fun pop of pattern coming from the polka dot shade. Here's the extra decadent part: French doors seem to lead out to a leafy backyard. But that's actually a rooftop terrace in the middle of New York City!
White stone slabs create a crisp, sleek atmosphere in this spa bathroom that features a luxurious soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower and skyline views. Beautiful walnut floors bring a natural grounding to the space.
Spa-Like Bathroom Accents From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson painted this small bathroom a bright white and filled it with tall decorative mirrors to make the space appear larger and add a spa-like feel.
This bathroom is a pretty example of how the home walks the line between maintaining its historic roots and offering modern conveniences. Details like hardwood floors and elegant fixtures are combined with a luxurious tub and walk-in shower.
The home's master bathroom takes a sophisticated approach to pampering with a white foundation accented by smart black trim. There are softer touches too: a reclaimed wood end table, an area rug and a delicious soaking tub.
Lavish Traditional Spa Bathroom With Marble Bathtub
A glistening chandelier dripping with crystals hangs delicately over the marble spa bathtub. French doors at the back of the room and on the right lead to a walk-in closet and private porch, respectively. The shower stands enclosed behind a glass door in the back left corner for privacy.
Designers wanted the master bathroom to continue the light, sunny design of the master bedroom into the bathroom space, so they continued white walls into the space to reflect the warm, Arizona sunshine let in by high rise windows that keep the space bright, but private. On the floors, designers used white tiles to create a chevron pattern that adds some dimension to the space, while a marble accent wall adds texture and contrast. Designers finished off the space with gold fixtures and wood accents to highlight the room's warmth.