Between raw modernism and organic softness, these bathrooms designs advocate contemporary lines pushed to the extreme for a new expression of serenity. A modern bathroom is really the room of leisure, it must be beautiful and invite to contemplation.
We have selected luxury bathrooms with different style. Chic, contemporary or minimal here are refined interior design ideas to inspire you.
This bathroom plays organic curves. The washbasin is integrated into a piece of modern furniture matching the roundness of the wall, inspired by the diving boards designed by the architect Zaha Hadid. Above, a mirror-covered cabinet seems to float in the air. increases that feeling of sweetness.
For centuries, Tortoise hard outer shell has the inspiration for different pieces, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes. The reason is its beautiful patterns and colors, which make this bathroom unique.
A bathroom facing the Pacific. Located on a cliff near San Diego, this villa with bay windows is one with the surrounding nature. Extremely refined, the mineral-toned decoration emphasizes a simple oval bathtub, a wooden stool.
Clear lines, extreme styling, clean lines, this is the choice of the interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch for this Parisian luxury apartment. The bathroom is as elegant as it is luxurious with its gray-veined white marble, its onyx floor and its huge mirrors set with chrome.
Glamorous and sumptuous, under the sign of onyx, a Hollywood inspiration. It’s a star house that photographer Steven Meisel wanted. He had it made by the Marmol Radziner agency which, for the occasion, has covered floor, walls, and bath with slabs of onyx.
For the bathroom of this Corsican farmhouse, interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot, known for his delicate shades and textures, imagined a marble basin with graphic accents.
Completely redesigned by Joseph Dirand, this Haussmanian apartment is a must-have in the bathroom where the marble panels were laid in a single block, as they were in the quarry.
The elegant, yet functional, this bathroom tells the story of French design, from the classical to the contemporary era. David Hicks understood the practical needs of the owners and their taste for everything French.
Treated as a separate piece, this marble bathroom, rehabilitated by the architect Joseph Dirand, welcomes near its huge windows a chair of Oscar Niemeyer in the clear color as the rest of the room.
For this villa in Ibiza, the architect Luis Laplace has imagined a very sensual bathroom where the walls and the floor paved with stone echo the surrounding rocky landscape.