i like the white pony walls and the clear glass shower door, shower bench
Not sure of the full glass window especially with a toilet in this room, but love the polished concrete floor with soft timber vanity. Fingal Residence by Jam Architecture
Modern bathroom Villa Stamerbos in Almere Overgooi by
S&D main bath. Floating vanity, thick wood counter, faucets, white sinks, shape of mirrors.
I like the idea of having wood floor on one side of bathroom by loo and shower. Skirt + Rock House by MCK Architects - Hidden shower tray + unusual finishes
Powder Room Lighting Option - Hawthorn East Residence by Chan Architecture
Another good example of a sensual bathing area. Luc builds a Kin style bath for Rah, which is very like a Japanese bathing room. Wood slats, resting pool, places to lounge. Bathroom / Atelier BNK by susangir
Minimalist Bathroom // concrete paired with a modern floating stone counter and sink. The oversized window provides natural light & view at the Hoff Residence / Ramella Arquitetura.
walls /// black penny tiles /// Altereco Design, Wariston Park Pty Ltd, Moorabbin Marble & Stone, Springvale Kitchen Centre
GREY LOFT, Prague, 2013 - love the wall and color of sink. Also, concrete counter top with stainless shelf.
Tile for powder Minimalist Bathroom // nice contrast of dark textured walls and white basin sink in the guest bath // layers of white // Pitsou Kedem Architect
Beleuchtung Peace Of Mind by Musa Studio 27 - MyHouseIdea
Love the large hexagonal tiles! The Block: Bathrooms & Terrace - Design Tribe
This bathroom features the latest contemporary trends. The grey hue complements the wooden elements perfectly.
Cupboards, ( vanity ) Bathroom By Joost Tromp Baden Baden Interior
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Hexagon Tile design Love the black hex tiles with the grey floor tiles and on side wall
vanity to partition connection - Greenbank Park / HYLA Architects
From design to construction, that's the holistic approach of Melbourne-based InForm Design. Their Alphington house consists of two halves. The two-storey ‘Quad’ front section is designed to take advan