18 Relaxing Bathroom Designs

California Home and Design
  • Photo credit: Helga Sigvakdadotter
    Calm and Collected
    Designed by David Mast Design

    The atmosphere of tranquility is heightened in this bathroom by the use of Walker Zanger pebble tiles, which form the shower backsplash and continue across the floor and under the tub. Natural light fills the suite, with an open shower and frosted glass walls around the commode. The countertops and tub surround are made of Lagos Azul, while the vanity and cabinetry are rift-cut white oak.

  • Photo credit: Eric Rorer
    Ivory Clean
    Designed by Group 41

    Here, the appeal of an all-white palette can be seen in its ability to play up subtle difference in shades and textures. Inalco tiles were chosen for their interesting raised pattern, tilting at different angles from the wall. Their matte cream finish offsets the glossy brightness of the custom lacquered vanities and shelving.

  • Photo credit: John Ellis
    Transparent Motives
    Designed by Ted Wells Living: Simple

    The centerpiece of this bath is the free-standing tub with its prize view. A surround of fir planks cleverly conceals mechanical equipment, and rugged limestone walls delineate the shower and vanity.

  • Photo credit: Matthew Millman
    Forget the Line
    Designed by Philpotts Interiors

    This bathroom visually connects to the outdoors with its materials: A stone floor and woven palm baskets are repeated just outside the sliding teak door.

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