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14 Amazing Bathrooms – Design Inspiration!

Craft Ideas Books, Furniture Ideas, Rugs

I’ve been looking through bathroom designs for inspiration for our new to-be-built Italian country farm house. I find it all a bit daunting to get my mind around that I get to design every element of that house from scratch, so I need your help. I’d love you to comment on which bathroom you consider ‘best’ on functionality and attractiveness.

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Wooden bathroom furniture, ceiling and tile flooring. clean, crisp, functional and romantic-enough.
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Velvety bathroom tiles and copper mosaic shower floor with floor-to-ceiling clear glass shower doors.  10 out of 10 in elegance.
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Romantic bathroom with maps
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Funky bathroom design with maps around vanity.
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My favorite designer bathroom: stone walls, wooden floors and ceilings, bay windows and a white tub.
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Ditto: a favorite bathroom. I love the slate stone design around the bath tub and the wood paneling at the backsplash.
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Artistic bathroom. (click on the image to see further details. This bathroom is indeed a work of art!)
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Shabby chic bathroom.
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The ultimate spa bath experience.
Gorgeous way to soak up that view. (This rug kind of looks like the one we featured made out of recycled bath towels. Click here to learn how to make your own rugs.)
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Mosaic bathroom floor swirling though long narrow bathroom.
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Woodsy spa bath. Romantic bathroom lighting on the floor.
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Romantic woodsy Swedish cabin spa bath.
Bathroom lighting through skylight.
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Shabby chic romantic teal blue bathroom with old fashioned vanity, floorboard, and repainted cabinets.
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Romantic pink bathroom with fireplace and ornate mirror over the bath.

image credit: Tumblr, Apartmenttherapy, Decoration.dekio.fr, Sfdecorator, Victor.blogg.se, and Houzz.

 

(note: at Tumblr, there’s lots of questionable photography tagged with ‘bathroom’ (dare I say: por * n) that’s mingled in with designer bathroom ideas. So if you dare to go there, do so only when you don’t have a weak stomach and when there are no children around. )

 

 

I’m sure you got the picture that I really want a bath and not just a shower….

So, what do you think? Any suggestions about what’s practical and what’s not?

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