177 Bathroom Concrete Floors Design Photos And Ideas

A Carrara marble counter and backsplash, concrete floors, a frameless mirror, and white cabinets keep the look seamless and consistent in the bathroom.
The pool is accessed by crossing the Paleolithic mosaic that adorns the walls of the shower.
There is a half bath on the main level and this full one upstairs, which also has a skylight and generous ceiling height, thanks to the pitched roof. Douglas Fir cabinetry keeps consistent with the rest of the house.
A Smart Glass wall in the upper floor bathroom.
Bathroom finishes are an inversion of the darker palette in the main spaces, using a white reconstituted stone counter atop a laminate cabinet, with blackbutt shelves and brass faucets.
Bathed in Light

To help disperse light in the newly opened-up interior, the designers clad the roof over the guest bathroom with Danpalon, a translucent polycarbonate that brings in lots of softened natural light. The walls and door are frosted glass. Says Kyprianou: “You can’t see much through the glass—just silhouettes—so our guests don’t mind!”

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Hung Up

With the budget running out toward the end of the project, Kyprianou wanted to avoid forking out for a custom-designed walk-in closet in the master bedroom. So he conceived of a simple and cheap storage solution: drilling holes through the wooden roof trusses and feeding inexpensive aluminum closet rods through.

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An industrial-inspired bathroom has fixtures that look like sections of cut pipes.
A look at the simple, modern bathroom with a monolithic sink.
The bathrooms are finished with cementitious resin and Wet System wallpaper.
The bathroom is sheathed in Dal Tile, with a Silestone countertop placed over an IKEA cabinet. The curb-less shower supports aging in place.
An exposed beam adds depth and character to one of the guest bathrooms while graphic tiles echo the complex geometries of an extensive collection of butterflies that is on display.
A bathroom draws sunlight in through a translucent, glazed wall.
The gym features concrete, three-dimensional tile in the steam room and shower, and cedar in the sauna.
A Brodware console sink has been integrated on the opposite side of the bed.
The sink in the powder room was made from recycled tires.
A platform bed keeps things simple in the master bedroom. “We said that everything that could be made of wood should be—including  the shower stall,” says Tomas.
Every detail is attended to when it comes to modern bathroom vanities, light included. But an almost indiscernible gold pendant light is all that’s needed in this bathroom that’s full of natural light.
Contained within this gabled-roof section are the bedrooms and bathrooms, which look out to stunning views of the mountains.
Gray was used as an accent color to give the interiors a cleaner, lighter look.
To lighten and brighten the formerly dark and claustrophobic interiors, soft monotones are expressed through the solid oak floors, and wallpapered walls and ceilings.
Here is the second added bathroom.
A look at the attached bathroom.
The master bath with cedar countertops overlooks views of a lush fan palm. The custom vessel sink was crafted by the owner.
Windows allow natural light to filter into the space and also provide guests with views of the vineyard locale.
One of the kitchen's panel doors opens to reveal a hidden bathroom.
This bathtub looks out to the outdoor terrace.
Scott incorporated rough stones excavated on the property into the bathrooms, creating a contrast with the clean lines of the rest of the house. The tub is custom.
White square ceramic tiles cover the bathroom walls. The counters are Fenix Laminate (Arpa).
The two bathrooms are sited on either end of the rectangular plan. Each have been fitted with discrete skylights for additional illumination.
The huge skylight in the bathroom floods the space with light. It's great when planning what to wear while looking up at the morning sky for weather too.
The bathroom is bright, clean and beautiful - everything you want a bathroom to be.
The bathroom is located inside the duct-like cylinder of corrugated aluminum.
Steps lead up from the bathroom to the mezzanine level above. The mezzanine is accessed via ladder in another part of the house.
Even the terrazzo and concrete black-accented bathroom is a stunning showcase for the collection.  The shower has been left open since it will not be used.
The guest bedroom features a soaking tub with a full-height window overlooking the deck and landscape beyond.
Sliding glass doors next to a freestanding bath provide visual connectivity to the outdoors.
The bathroom features a simple, organic design and integrates a sense of the outdoors with bamboo, which is used to provide an open, yet private feel.
In contrast to the historic setting, the master bathroom is outfitted with modern fixtures including a double vanity, freestanding tub, shower and toilet.
In the basement, the updated bathroom includes a new shower and toilet. The bathroom walls and ceilings are waxed concrete, while the counter is made from fir.
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The bathroom
Master bathroom with backlit pop out wind boxes.
The original beams, walls, and foundational structures of the buildings have been refreshed, and washed-out concrete has been selected for the floors, kitchen counters, and basins.
Concrete has been used for the bathroom floor and shower tray.
While using the washbasin, the owner can enjoy outdoor views. "The 'rarefacted' wooden wall generates a light visual relationship between bedroom and bathroom spaces," says Cisi.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors frame the gorgeous outdoor views.
To free up space for a bathtub and separate shower stall in the master bathroom, the vanity and sink have been moved next to the full-height wardrobe that doubles as a divider.
In the master bath, a Boffi tap pairs with a Kohler sink.
Even the bathroom offers access to the outdoors.
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.
The dichroic glass displays two different colors by undergoing a color change in certain lighting conditions. The concrete tiles reference the Brutalist building.
Upon entering the master suite, the tub in the adjoining bath is just glimpsed.

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