Bold chevron-patterned tile wraps around this Aspen space by Samantha Todhunter. “The bathrooms are, above all, glamorous and luxurious, using black and white marble in varying patterns,” according to the designer. Photo by Oliver Clarke
This Paris pied-à-terre by Hubert Zandberg features cement tiles and a sink that is a 19th-century industrial unit customized to function as a vanity with a slate basin. Vintage glove molds from Portobello Market hold contemporary lights above the sink. Photo by Nicolas Matheus
Frank de Biasi mixed rustic and modern elements when designing this bathroom in an Aspen vacation home, which includes hide rugs and a fireplace next to the glass shower. Photo courtesy of FDBI
Townscape wallpaper and an unconventional arrangement of mismatched mirrors set a playful tone at this Sigmar-designed castle in Sweden. Photo by Christoffer Rudquist
Meyer Davis sought inspiration in the grand Adirondacks lodges of yesteryear when designing this Copake Lake, New York, house. The upstairs bathroom has such rustic details as a taxidermy fish above the tub and a log table with a marble top.
Peter J. Sinnott IV played with pattern and color in this bathroom for the Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse. Photo by Timothy Bell
Posted on January 12, 2018