This bathroom was created for a principal bedroom of a city home. Space in these homes is challenging to find, but we managed to find it in an adjacent bedroom to the bathroom. Materials such as marble and dark colors in the cabinetry were chosen to create a bold personality and strong statement. A single sink with two faucets were used to give the homeowners the luxury of sharing the space while managing the limited square footage.
– EvelynEshun, www.evelyneshun.com; Photography by Larry Arnal, www.arnalpix.com
This gorgeous bathroom is simple yet elegant. Oversized tiles, clean lines and a crisp white and black color scheme create a simple yet stunning space. A large window above the main vanity allows for a stunning view of the landscape beyond and becomes an artistic feature in the room. Adding a few plants as décor help bring the outdoors in and creates a warm and welcoming feel while still maintaining a minimal aesthetic.
– Design by Sarah Marie Lackey, Photography by Tracey Ayton,www.traceyaytonhome.com
We love the comforting and upscale, spa-like feel this primary ensuite provides. The rich wood cabinetry gives a feeling of warmth. Paired with the glossy textural accent tile behind the freestanding tub and the champagne bronze and milky glass finishes on the pendants, this bathroom is sure to check all the boxes!
-Gabriele Pizzale, www.pizzaledesigninc.com
This ensuite was designed for a spec home to be both practical and luxurious. They layered colors of cool white and warm gray wrapped in walnut veneerto add warmth to the room. The bathroom features a bountiful sink space, spacious walk-in shower, and easy to clean silestone countertops with gorgeous storage space. The idea behind this design was to create a luxury spa feel that is appealing to everyone.
– Susan Jomha, www.distinctinteriordesign.ca
A common trend in ensuite bathrooms right now is full or partial openings into the primary bedroom. In this spastyle bathroom, a window-style opening between the bathroom and bedroom gives a bit of privacy while still allowing natural light to flow through. A freestanding tub next to the window opening allows the homeowner to enjoy the view from the bedroom windows while soaking in the tub!
– Ambassador Fine Custom Homes, www.ambassadorfinecustomhomesinc.com
This ocean front home with gorgeous views of Lions Bay was the perfect place to create a laid-back, beach home vibe. For this bathroom, a pretty oceaninspired color on the vanity brings in that seaside feel while a fun patterned floor tile adds playfulness. Keeping the rest of the finishes and accessories simple allows the vanity and floor to really stand out without looking too busy!
– Sarah MarieLackey, Photography by Tracey Ayton, www.traceyaytonhome.com
Bathrooms are often not very well lit areas and creating a bright, welcoming space in a bathroom with no windows such as this one is a common issue for builders and designers. For this primary ensuite bathroom, we went with soft, layered lighting and a gorgeous semipolished oversized marble tile throughout. These elements pulled together to create a bright and airy, spa-like ensuite. No window necessary!
-Professional Custom Homes, www.prohomesab.com
This powder room is all about dramatic elegance. A clean, white space comes to life with a dark, dramatic floating vanity and a wallpapered feature wall that acts like artwork within the space. Powder rooms are a great place to play with bold style choices that will leave a lasting impression in a short amount of time.
– Michieli Design, www.micielidesign.ca; Photography by Mike Chajecki, www.mikechajecki.com
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