Bathrooms are one of the most frequently renovated rooms in the house. Sure, armchairs, chaise lounges, and sofas get all the glory seatingwise—but these seven porcelain thrones will make your lavatory more regal.
Architect—and small-space design wizard Christi Azevedo—renovated a petite carrage house built in 1908 to feature a modern lavatory. The toilet she selected to fit in to the space is Toto's Aquia dual flush model.
Morten Bo Jensen, chief designer at Vipp, outfitted the bathroom in his Copenhagen loft with outfitted his company's 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.