30 Eclectic Bathrooms

Bold, quirky and unexpected, these designs pack a visual punch.

30 Eclectic Bathrooms

Beata Heuman designed this London bathroom for a young artist couple who wanted an imaginative space that reflected their personalities. Photo by Simon Brown

James Huniford designed this Manhattan penthouse to feel like a country retreat in the city, and the bathroom includes a carved cedar tub by E-Legno. Healthy-living affirmations hang from clipboards on the wall above. Photo by Nick Johnson

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

A cylindrical glass shower stands on a platform at the center of this dramatic Sara Story–designed bathroom in a gothic Victorian estate. Photo by Marco Ricca

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

Quebec artist Martin Rondeau’s woven photograph Glory Box looms over the tub in this all-white Montreal penthouse bathroom by Julie Charbonneau. “Always dare the unpredictable to make a statement,” Charbonneau says. Photo by Naomi Finlay

A vibrant punch of color adds an unexpected twist to this Georgian townhouse in London by Carden Cunietti. Photo by Alexander James

Kemble Interiors added whimsy to this Palm Beach powder room by designing it to look like a seaside cabana. Photo by Kemble Interiors

Nick Olsen opted for striking prints on both the walls and the tile floor of this powder room in a Brooklyn Heights townhouse. Photo by Reid Rolls

The inlaid floor is just one stunning element of this Kelly Wearstler’s design for this bathroom in an opulent Bel Air mansion, which also features a massive glass chandelier and onyx and marble walls. Photo by Grey Crawford

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

A pair of crane statues add to the quirky charm of this marble bathroom in Los Angeles by Hancock Design. Photo by Lisa Romerein

Philip Nimmo created a 2,500-square-foot “closet retreat” for his client’s home in Shasta Lake, California. The space includes a bathroom with antiqued-mirror panels and a glass chandelier hanging from a domed skylight. Photo by Roger Davies

Fox-Nahem Associates transformed this spec house in Amagansett, New York, into a space with personality and wit. The firm gave this bathroom a rustic, vintage feel with a clawfoot tub, bold tiles and a wood-paneled ceiling. Photo by Pieter Estersohn

Townscape wallpaper and an unconventional arrangement of mismatched mirrors set a playful tone at this Sigmar-designed castle in Sweden. Photo by Christoffer Rudquist

Summer Thornton designed this Chicago bathroom to be “dramatic and irreverent,” with Cowtan & Tout wallpaper and a custom-painted floor. Photo by N. Johnson, B. Ambridge, J. Thornton

Sofia Aspe chose Hunt Slonem’s bunny-print wallpaper for this whimsical guest bathroom in Mexico City. Photo by Alfonso de Bejar

A Vistosi Murano discs chandelier hangs in this Amy Lau–designed powder room in Watermill, New York. Photo by Thomas Loof

A leopard-print armchair and patterned floor add visual impact to the clean lines and neutral palette of this Lake Austin bathroom by Abode | Fern Santini Design. Photo by Nick Johnson

Barrie Benson played with geometric shapes and abstract prints in the bathroom of a Wilmington, North Carolina, coastal retreat. Photo by Chris Edwards

A Michael Beatty sculpture is mounted on the peach Venetian-plaster walls of Jamie Drake’s Manhattan bathroom. Photo by Marco Ricca

For this East Hampton, New York, bathroom, Michael Haverland created a tiled “nook” for the double vanity in the otherwise wood-paneled space. Photo by Laurie Lambrecht

Tamara Eaton opted for a bold accent wall of Pop-art-style wallpaper in the bathroom as part of a fashion-inspired renovation of a Brooklyn townhouse. Photo by Jeffrey Kilmer

Antiqued-mirror panels bordered with shells make for an unexpected pairing in this Long Island beach house bathroom by Brian J. McCarthy. Photo by Fritz von der Schulenberg

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

A sculptural soaking tub stands on a marble platform in this London bathroom by Kelly Hoppen. Photo by Mel Yates

Vertical striped of black and white tile make a graphic impact in this New York apartment by Ashe + Leandro. Photo by Malcolm Brown

Maddux Creative designed the master bathroom of this London home with a distinctly vintage aesthetic, adding reclaimed teak laboratory tops to the vanity and the bath. Photo by Brotherton-Lock

This glamorous Atlanta bathroom by Nate Berkus Associates features a chandelier over a center table and intricate latticework framing the bathtub. Photo by Fred Gerlich

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