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Luxurious Baths

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From the Editors of Elegant Homes
  • Richard Leo Johnson

    In this home, a master bathroom on the upper level boasts floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and walls wrapped in crisp white millwork. Dark marble floor tile, polished to reflect a luxurious sheen, grounds the otherwise white palette. Lighting designer Eloise Pickard used antique globes to fashion the lamps. 

    Interior design: Anne Ballance

  • Michael Partenio

    Glamorous Retreat

    The inspiration for this gorgeous bath revolved around an Old Hollywood theme. Interior designer Anthony Como wanted the space to feel luxurious, while still being functional. To evoke that Hollywood glamour, Como used fluted columns to create an alcove for a claw-foot tub. Thassos marble tiles laid in a basket-weave pattern on the floor complement the vanity’s marble counter.

    Interior design: Anthony Como

  • Michael Partenio

    Dazzling Vanity

    In this bathroom, an oval window glows above the vanity in a spot usually reserved for a mirror. Crystal accessories and wall sconces and nickel fixtures lend abundant sparkle. Thassos marble tiles laid in a basket-weave pattern on the floor complement the vanity’s marble counter.

  • Michael Partenio

    Formal Affair

    A lovely furniture-style vanity is host to silver trophies. The two-tone finish on the wood lends masculine charm to the space.

  • Richard Leo Johnson

    Bright Bath

    The upper level of this Georgia home offers six bedrooms with private baths. The most coveted among guests is the upstairs master suite with this soaking tub set in front of a pair of windows. 

    Interior design: Nancy Stoddard

  • Richard Leo Johnson

    Soaking Spot

    Metallic-looking fabric draperies and a metal-and-glass chandelier lend industrial glamour to this bathroom. Surrounding the sculptural soaking tub, solid sheets of white porcelain climb the walls to windowsill height. 

  • Edmund Barr

    Dressed for Success

    Interior designer Melinda Grubbs designed the cabinetry in the master bath to look like fine furniture. Paired with silver sconces and an antique mirror, the white bathroom makes for an elegant place to primp.

  • Ryann Ford

    Bath Retreat

    Architects Patrick Ousey and Pam Chandler replaced glass-block windows with expansive panes to brighten this master bath’s bathing area. It's now outfitted with a comfortably contoured tub set atop a diamond-pattern mosaic floor crafted from Calacatta Gold marble tiles.

  • Ryann Ford

    Double Vanity

    Troweled-plaster and oak-clad walls highlight clean-lined vanities and mirrors positioned beneath a skylight well that softly directs natural light to the master bathroom's getting-ready area.

  • Edmund Barr

    Moroccan Flair

    An adoquin stone arch modeled after one interior designer Joshua Cain admired in a Mexican church heralds entry into the richly textured bathroom. The copper bathtub was fabricated in Indonesia. The stamped-concrete floor is both convincingly authentic-looking and slip-proof; wall tiles were custom made in Bali.

  • Werner Straube

    Spacious Bath

    “I love placing furniture in a bathroom,” says interior designer Stephanie Wohlner of the his-and-her mirrored vanities she designed for the master bathroom. “Adding these pieces breaks up the monotony of uniform cabinetry and brings an unexpected twist into the space.” 

    The swoop of the master bath’s rounded bay window is echoed by a dramatic oval tray ceiling.

  • Kimberly Gavin

    Nice and Neutral

    Architect Rob Stiles reconfigured this space, now clad entirely in creamy white marble. Slabs form the vanity and line shower walls. A herringbone pattern mosaic floor presents yet another way to use a single material in multiple ways, creating dramatic—yet restful—ambience. 

  • Werner Segarra

    Beachy Bath

    Cleanly contoured vanities capped with thick granite tops face off on opposite walls. Floating the maple vanities opens up space and sightlines; their placement and the wood's horizontal grain direct attention out a window to the back yard.

    Interior design: Lynne Beyer