5 Luxurious All-White Bathrooms

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September 1, 2013
White traditionally signifies purity and cleanliness—and where better to send that signal than in the bathroom? Take inspiration from these five luxurious, all-white rooms.
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  In the penthouse apartment in 1234 Howard, a 17-unit residential structure in San Francisco designed by Stanley Saitowitz, the master bathroom is outfitted with Kohler fixtures and custom pieces. According to Saitowitz, an austere palette helps occupants bring in more of their personal touch: "The basic approach is to create a quite neutral type of palette, so that the occupants can determine the style by the way they select their furnishings. It’s like creating a blank canvas, where they can actually enhance the character by the way they inhabit their space." Photo by Dwight Eschliman. 
    In the penthouse apartment in 1234 Howard, a 17-unit residential structure in San Francisco designed by Stanley Saitowitz, the master bathroom is outfitted with Kohler fixtures and custom pieces. According to Saitowitz, an austere palette helps occupants bring in more of their personal touch: "The basic approach is to create a quite neutral type of palette, so that the occupants can determine the style by the way they select their furnishings. It’s like creating a blank canvas, where they can actually enhance the character by the way they inhabit their space." Photo by Dwight Eschliman.

     

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  In an up-and-coming area of Copenhagen, a pair of designers and their twin girls inhabit a converted loft, filling it with serious design savvy and a hefty dose of creativity. The family shares one main bathroom, which is outfitted with Vipp’s new line of products: 982 bath furniture, a 906 faucet, and a 992 mirror. The shower sports a Raindance Connect showerhead by Hansgrohe, and there is a wall-mounted toilet by Villeroy & Boch. The Nomad light fixture is from Modular Lighting Instruments, and the floors are topped with ceramic tiles by LaFaenza. Photo by Anders Hviid.  Photo by: Anders Hviid

    In an up-and-coming area of Copenhagen, a pair of designers and their twin girls inhabit a converted loft, filling it with serious design savvy and a hefty dose of creativity. The family shares one main bathroom, which is outfitted with Vipp’s new line of products: 982 bath furniture, a 906 faucet, and a 992 mirror. The shower sports a Raindance Connect showerhead by Hansgrohe, and there is a wall-mounted toilet by Villeroy & Boch. The Nomad light fixture is from Modular Lighting Instruments, and the floors are topped with ceramic tiles by LaFaenza. Photo by Anders Hviid.

    Photo by: Anders Hviid

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  Utterly dynamic, this house on an urban peninsula in Sydney is rich with inventive and thoughtfully considered spaces. In the upstairs bathroom, the sun cuts down into the room through skylights, casting rhythmic shadows of roof beams onto the floor and walls. The bathroom includes a cantilevered toilet by Catalano. Photo by Roger D'Souza.  Photo by: Roger D'Souza
    Utterly dynamic, this house on an urban peninsula in Sydney is rich with inventive and thoughtfully considered spaces. In the upstairs bathroom, the sun cuts down into the room through skylights, casting rhythmic shadows of roof beams onto the floor and walls. The bathroom includes a cantilevered toilet by Catalano. Photo by Roger D'Souza.

    Photo by: Roger D'Souza

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  In southwest England, interior designer and avid furniture collector Kathryn Tyler built her home around the vintage pieces she’d amassed over a decade. "I put everything that I've always loved into this house," says Tyler—and that includes white tiles edged with gray grout in the bathroom, a design move previous clients had balked at. Photo by Andrew Meredith.  Photo by: Andrew MeredithCourtesy of: Andrew Meredith 2007

    In southwest England, interior designer and avid furniture collector Kathryn Tyler built her home around the vintage pieces she’d amassed over a decade. "I put everything that I've always loved into this house," says Tyler—and that includes white tiles edged with gray grout in the bathroom, a design move previous clients had balked at. Photo by Andrew Meredith.

    Photo by: Andrew Meredith

    Courtesy of: Andrew Meredith 2007

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  This summer house was renovated by Jonas Labbé and Johannes Schotanus of LASC for a family in Skåne, Sweden. The original washing house connected to the main house was in such bad shape that it had to be demolished. LASC "reincarnated" it as a spacious bathhouse, complete with a tub‐with-a-­view and a heated concrete window bench. Photo by Laura Stamer.

    This summer house was renovated by Jonas Labbé and Johannes Schotanus of LASC for a family in Skåne, Sweden. The original washing house connected to the main house was in such bad shape that it had to be demolished. LASC "reincarnated" it as a spacious bathhouse, complete with a tub‐with-a-­view and a heated concrete window bench. Photo by Laura Stamer.

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