The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the home. Not only can an updated bathroom potentially increase value, but it can also improve the quality of your life. After all, there’s nothing like having a soaking tub to relax in or a walk-in shower to create a spa-like experience at home after a long day.
Whether you are looking for design inspiration or a new home with a great bathroom, here are the seven best bathrooms we saw this year in some of the top luxury homes on the market.
Modern Living In Prime Brentwood Park
A modern home needs a modern bathroom, especially this absolute stunning property located in the Brentwood Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The master bathroom is equally unique and divine. It has a beautiful white soaking tub and a shower with not one but two rain-style showerheads. The silver hardware complements the grey and white marble walls.
But this bathroom isn’t just well-designed. It also has practical features, including two sinks, an abundance of storage space, including a modern black shelving unit to hold plenty of extra towels. Lit vanity mirrors make it easy to get ready, shave or put on makeup. The large window lets in plenty of light and has a frosted stripe for privacy.
New Construction In Bellaire, Texas
This newly built home in Bellaire, Texas, is big in style, especially in the master bathroom. There are two different types of marble, white and grey, on the countertop and an accent wall with a large brown slab. In addition to these design elements, there’s also a walk-in shower with a rain shower head.
It’s worth noting that the designer of this space appears to have thought over every detail, including the gold shower door handle and hinges, which pop against the gold veins accents of the brown marble. With a white ceramic soaking tub and dual vessel sinks, there isn’t a more ideal spot for relaxing.
European Flair Near Toronto
Spa or bathroom? Why choose when this beautiful estate in the Saint Andrews section of Toronto has it all. Not only is there a soaking tub perfect for warming up after a cold winter day, as well as a separate shower stall, but this bathroom also features a built-in wood sauna. Still, the marble floors and white tile have a classic look that the new homeowner will surely appreciate for years to come.
Totally Traditional On The Westside
Traditional homes aficionados will love the bathroom inside the Azria Estate in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. With chair rail on the walls and dark wood flooring, there is simply nothing else on the market with an aesthetic that comes close. Even the window frames have rich detailing.
The black and white soaking tub is perfect for adding a touch of elegance, while the brown marble shower is both convenient and a great design choice. It’s impossible to go wrong with every element of this grandly designed bathroom.
Contemporary Living Near The Beach In Marbella
A bathtub with views of the beach? We’ll take it! This contemporary home in Marbella, Spain, is a dream with a large jacuzzi tub and window with million-dollar views. Better yet, it has a built-in heated towel rack. Dual sinks and an abundance of vanity space make it easy for couples to share this fabulous master bathroom.
Going Gold In Beverly Hills
Black and gold hardware make for a perfect combination in the chicly outfitted bathroom inside this Beverly Hills address. Sconces also provide an on-trend touch to this cleanly designed space, while white tiles give a sophisticated yet timeless overall look. Just step in the shower and sit down on the built-in bench. A shelf keeps shampoo, conditioner, and other toiletries nice and neat.
Shimmering Perfection In Sherman Oaks
No expense was spared in the build and design of this sherman oaks home and the bathroom is no exception. The modern design features black marble finishes, shiny silver hardware, white dual sinks, and a white oval-shaped soaking tub. Just take in the incredible view. The shower is equally luxurious with a choice of showerheads and settings to rival even the finest spas.
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