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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 powder room received a simple, yet stunning transformation with white paint, modern sconces from Cedar & Moss, and the addition of graphic black and white cement tile from Ann Sacks that wraps the wall.
"The bathroom may have been my favorite transformation," explains Lauren. "I spotted some beautiful inspiration from Studio McGee and I was hooked on the floral wallpaper idea."
The use of walnut, red concrete, and reinforced concrete remains consistent throughout the master bath.
Upon entering the master suite, the tub in the adjoining bath is just glimpsed.
The elegant bathrooms are finished with white beveled subway tile, marble countertops and brass Kohler fixtures.
The luxurious Publisher Suite bath features a free-standing bathtub next to a large window with a privacy curtain.
A bathroom skylight brings in additional natural light.
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.
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.
The vanity, shelving, and tub surround are all custom. They're fabricated from marine-grade, hardwood ply that has been treated with multiple layers of sealer. For the tub surround and shelves, there's an additional layer of Formica veneer.
The ever-shifting material palette continues in the two bathrooms, which have walls and ceilings with different types of tiles.
For the private areas, they used lighter colors, warm wood, and more classical details, which the wife preferred.
The interior design and finishes echo the exteriors of the home.
Small but efficient, the bathroom is completed with a vanity, storage, large mirror, and window.
The Main Bathroom
Bathroom in 1920s style
In the master bathroom, Chris clad the tub and walls in Carrara marble. An AJ Wall sconce by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen sheds some light on bathtub reading.
Bath vanity with Kohler sink, matte black fixtures by Delta and Triple Seven Home. Poured in place concrete sink by us.
The bunk room bathroom was designed to be used by multiple people at the same time. The tiles are from Commune Design, and the wall sconces are from Schoolhouse Electric.
Even the bathroom comes with an expansive view.
Both vanities with freestanding tub and steam shower in the background
"When this building was constructed the toilets would have been outside. In our previous place we had a tiny shower in a tiny bathroom that you could barely stretch your arms out in, so we moved here knowing we wanted to make the bathroom something special. We planned this grand freestanding bathtub-and-sink unit with the same materials as the kitchen - plywood and slate."
The walls use white subway tiles with black accent trim molding, and the floor features decorative artisan glazed tiles with raised surface patterns.
The bathrooms are tiled in bright blue mosaic to offset the home’s limited materials and color palette. The sinks, toilets, and tubs are by Villeroy & Boch, while the faucets and towel rails are by Grohe and Avenir, respectively.
Master bath with reflected skylight
Architect Charlie Lazor designed this peaceful, lakeside prefab in Ontario, Canada with a Japanese-style bathroom, clad in teak, with a matching tub and sink by Bath in Wood.
The result is a visually clean house composed of a pure vernacular shape, with all functional elements distilled to their basic requirements.
A bathroom leads out to one of the roof terraces.
A luxurious bathroom with marble walls and earthy timber elements.
White subway tiles and dark grout give the new bathroom a crisp, clean look.
The bathroom was completely gutted down to the crawlspace and up into the attic.
The blue tiles in the powder room reference one of the homeowner’s artworks. The eyes at the top are vintage globes from a former optometrist's shop. The sink is also a vintage piece from Demolition Depot—in fact, most of the home's plumbing are repurposed pieces.
The toilet was fairly new, so they left it as it.
The floor plan has been designed as a long, thin layout in order to provide a horizontal separation of the public and private areas of the house.
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.
The simple bathroom was fitted with colored glass and black tiles, and accomodates a generous bathtub and shower.
Bleached wood lightens up a bathroom.
Bertolini made the leaning shelf herself. “I needed a little extra storage for towels, and knick knacks, and this shelf is the perfect functional yet stylish solution.”
She had a vessel sink and a Delta faucet in champagne bronze incorporated into the vintage dresser.
Interestingly, smart tech was lower on the priority list, with 48% considering it important, while quality construction was key for 86%, along with the home being low maintenance (76%).
A glass-enclosed shower helps increased the sense of space in the tiny bathroom.
Wooden panels provide a contrast of warmth against the white walls and fixtures.
The home features four-and-a-half baths. This one with two sinks and an open penny-tile shower area.
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Four-star plumbing fittings, a 10,000-litre tank for rainwater harvesting, and an Eco Hot Water Heat Pump from Sanden promote water and energy savings throughout the home.
A Carrara marble counter and backsplash, concrete floors, a frameless mirror, and white cabinets keep the look seamless and consistent in the bathroom.
The bathroom is located at the back of the house.
The bathroom has an elevated shower area with frosted glass windows that look out to a quiet alley.
The ensuite bathroom

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