74 Bathroom Light Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The light, clean profile of the vanity gives the bathroom a sense of spaciousness and modernity.
The main bathroom is located off the stairwell. This area has cut-out openings that draw in plenty of light from a courtyard garden sited on the opposite side of the open-tread stairs.
A small walnut washbasin is built into the exterior wall.
Seamless transitions occur between spaces. A frosted glass window allows daylight to fall into the bath space, while also providing privacy.
Cedar wood timber slate partition by the project's main contractor, Bhuva Construction.
"Historically, this topmost room would have housed the silk weavers' rooms, but the room is now Zen, one where you might relax into a freestanding tub or sink into a bed of plumped up pillows," says Eayrs.
The second floor powder room.
The children floor
Wood floors and cabinetry give the bathroom a warm, Zen-like feel.
Dotted mosaic tiles by Fornace Brioni have also been used for the daughter’s bathroom.
This bright bedroom has a monochromatic bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower that is covered in sleek subway tiles.
A clean master bathroom palette was embellished with a stylish area rug.
Built-in wooden storage and shelving systems keep the interior clutter-free.
The bathrooms are a break from the minimalist aesthetic of the living spaces, injecting color and interesting finishes that include the use of a dichroic glass shower divider.
Grooved and ridged versions of the same type of Fir planks have been used to clad the joists to become the ceiling and the floors.
The planks are nailed vertically to the framework of the chalet, as well as its interior walls.
The sauna-like bathroom is made of cedar and features fixtures from VOLA.
A full bath, framed by a glass shower enclosure and glass powder room enclosure, connects the two rooms on the third floor. The openness between the spaces draws the bay views inward.
In the master bath, views do not diminish. A glass-enclosed shower and double vanity look onto the surrounding land. A post-mounted mirror provides vanity space while not blocking the views.
A floating wood vanity with a glass pedestal sink is a sleek solution in the main floor bath. A wood pocket door conceals the water closet.
Since there was no natural light inherent to the room, the architects specified a transom window to access the light from the main living area.
The walls in the shower and behind the tub are clad in slabs of Bianco Dolomiti marble. The floors are the same reclaimed bleached white oak used throughout the house. The light over the tub is the owner's, sourced from souks in Marrakech.
In the master bathroom, the teak vanity and wood screens were designed by Isaac-Rae and custom built by a furniture maker. The sinks by Apaiser were also made custom. The lighting is by Flos.
The interior design and finishes echo the exteriors of the home.
The custom cedar tub, fabricated by Dovetail, elegantly fits into the master bathroom.
An en-suite bathroom, walk-in closet, and window seat complete the bedroom. A bridge leads to a guest room, a family bathroom, and two linked children's bedrooms.
This trend is made for small homes. "I think this type of floor treatment is most appropriate in areas of transition, [like] entry areas, open baths, or even kitchens," says Zunino. Why? "It's a creative way to delineate space without a hard line." 

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In the beauty room, floral wallpaper from Caitlin McGauley picks up the tangerine color of the chairs from Douglas & Bec. Wall light sculptures from Cedar & Moss illuminate the mirrors.
Wooden panels provide a contrast of warmth against the white walls and fixtures.
The main draw of Fukasawa's hut: a bathroom featuring a large, Japanese-style tub with a view.
The property is fitted with a state-of-the-art electrical system, and geothermal heating and cooling systems.
The contemporary, single-storey house has a mono-pitch, solar panel equipped roof that can generate sufficient energy for nine months of the year.
The exaggerated depth of the oversized windowsills are lined with plywood, making them cozy spots to read, watch television, or simply contemplate the landscape.
The terracotta latticework structure is used for the walls of the bathroom.
Understated glamour in the beauty room.
A walk-in closet in the master bedroom.
A view from
Designed by Miami firm, One D+B Architecture, laundry room has plenty of natural light, tall wardrobes and clean and simple warm wood everywhere.
For the heart of the space, Hale designed a double vanity—fabricated with wood from the original house—around an existing column. The pendant is by Lindsey Adelman.
The first-floor bathroom is divided into separate functions so that it can be used by more than one person at a time: the space includes a water closet,a shower, and a larger area

with a pair of sinks. The towel racks and fixtures are from Kohler.
Upstairs is the master bedroom and bath, plus a study for Tyler's boyfriend, Chris Brown, who works as a consultant for humanitarian NGOs.
A spare layout marks the master suite on the third floor. The rectangular KOS bathtub, integrated into an elevated plywood platform, pairs with Gert Van Der Vloet’s Cut Low lounge in Corian. The couple used elements of a photo they took of one of Venlet’s designs to create the graphic wall covering.
“The old living room and balcony on the sixth floor were transformed into the master bedroom with an en-suite open bathroom,” Hammer said. Flos lighting illuminates the space above the vanity.
Master Bathroom
Off form concrete bath hidden below timber trapdoor.
Bathroom material palette of concrete, Australian white beech, slate, stainless steel, and glass illuminated from above.
Kid's Bathroom
Powder room with borrowed light from glass ceiling over hung wall sink
Sauna
In the bathroom, Martin selected Heath Ceramics Conclave Diamond tile in citrus green for the glass-enclosed Kohler tub, which is outfitted with nickel Kallista fixtures. A matching toilet by Kohler 

in the color Cashmere blends with the custom-fabricated concrete sink by Get Real Surfaces. Photo by Patrick Bernard.

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