A room that often gets a bit forgotten...
Sources (from top to bottom): LivingEtc, Inspace, Anna Kern, emmas designblogg, Polly Wreford, Design*Sponge: Something's Hiding In Here, Wayne Vincent, LivingEtc, Ideal Home, Marie Claire Maison, and Design*Sponge: Jessica Lynch.
I especially love the first two. I'm having major tub envy!ReplyDelete
They're all so lovely! I especially love the Ideal Home mag one... I'm thinking of changing the colours of our master bath by yr's end and this is the perfect inspiration :DReplyDelete
i was just in need of some "loo" inspiration. perfect timing!ReplyDelete
I'm amazed by the black walls... (or is it a dark blue or grey??). They look lovely!! I'm also impressed with the green!!ReplyDelete
It's funny - I never even thought of adding some beauty into all the functionality of the room until a friend of mine from Italy told me how much his mother loved a beautiful bathroom, and cried in Italy upon fixing up theirs and taking a bath in this beautiful room overlooking the sea along the Amalfi coast. Really goes to show you what any beautiful place can do for the soul!ReplyDelete
And these pictures are definitely all beautiful - I especially love the first picture, the eighth (marble wall!), and the tenth (black walls!)
These are all great! I don't think I can choose a favorite although I am a bit partial to smooth, super glossy walls right now so the green with yellow tub may be the one.ReplyDelete
oh i love the one with all the ashleyg prints behind the toilet.ReplyDelete
i`ve always wanted to have big room with a great interior and much free space to put a beautiful bath in there. this can`t happen of course :)ReplyDelete
This makes me want a bathroom that is bigger than 15 square feet.ReplyDelete
I like ALL of them!:) Maybe the firts one is my fav! Really cool!ReplyDelete
colours and interior design!!
I love them all!!
Ooh, great pics. I love them all, especially the first one!ReplyDelete
I really like that black clawfoot bathtub. Would be my dream!ReplyDelete
that bathroom with the brick is just too much. i cant handle it. too much in a good way.ReplyDelete