181 Bathroom Wall Mount Sinks Design Photos And Ideas

Once checked in, guests are encouraged to wind down in the lounge and use the bathrooms to change and prepare for sleep. The bathrooms are located opposite a row of lockers.
The owners selected vintage or recycled furniture and combined these items with contemporary custom made furniture and cabinetry.
The light, clean profile of the vanity gives the bathroom a sense of spaciousness and modernity.
In the bathroom, skylights have been placed in the existing roofline to bring in more natural light. A glass partition and frameless mirror visually expand the space.
"The design focused on removing what was unnecessary in order to determine a natural place for each space, whilst elevating those functions and creating an awareness and connection to place," says North.
Furniture, decor, and artwork were kept to a minimum and carefully chosen to complement the pure and practical theme of the retreat. For instance, a transitional space with a window box daybed was created adjacent to the master bedroom as a buffer between the public and private areas, so a bedroom door wasn’t needed.
Decorated with distinctive vintage and contemporary pieces, this bathroom has loads of individuality.
A skylight brings air and light into the bathroom. Because it is outfitted with amenities like plumbing, the tree house can also act as a self-contained dwelling.
A small walnut washbasin is built into the exterior wall.
The angled tile floor-pad designates the entrance to the bathtub area.
At the sink area is built-in storage and a floating glass medicine cabinet.
The bathroom
In the master bathroom, Forncae Briono tiles line the floor and walls.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors frame the gorgeous outdoor views.
The two bathrooms feature gorgeous Carrara marble wall tiles.
The double vanity in the master bath has a concrete trough sink with a wood slab counter.
Sage-colored clay tiles line the shower stall in the master bath.
The children's bathroom features Mutina's azulej cubo grigio floor and wall tiling.
This room also has a separate walk-in shower.
A beautifully designed, light-filled bathroom features a deep Victoria + Albert freestanding tub, an original marble mantle, a large black marble-topped vanity, and an encaustic concrete-tiled floor.
In a bathroom, a bluestone floor balances walls covered in a grid of white tiles and a floating sink basin lends an airy feel.
The bathroom has classic square tiles on the walls, rising up to the ceiling for a modern touch.
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.
In 2018, the property was gently refreshed with a new "free-spirited" bathroom.
A bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower.
"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.
Bathroom in 1920s style
A modular shelf system by Alu provides a more sculptural take on the classic bathroom vanity in this Toronto home.
Dunbar describes the bathroom as an outside-in room because it has light, air, and sometimes, when it drizzles and the skylight left open, even rain. Designed for exactly these circumstances, a blue-glass mosaic tile floor is laid at an angle to drain with ease.
Playful wallpaper from Graham & Brown livens up the house’s otherwise staid 

powder room, which also contains a 

pint-size Ikea sink.
The bathroom integrates a sense of the outdoors.
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.
White-and-blue, wood-grain–patterned UonUon tiles by 14oraitaliana line the bathroom walls in a loft above the garage.
Lacquered wallpapers bring a vibrancy of colour to the bathroom.
In the 1930s in Australia, bungalows that were built in the Arts and Crafts style were often designed to have their decorative
On one side of the cube, black doors that meld with the wall open to reveal an efficient wardrobe and a surprisingly bright marble bedroom.
For guest bathrooms, where only minimal storage systems are needed, why not go light and vertical with a modular floor-mounted Autopole shelf system with a mirror, soap dish, hand towels, and a tray hang by Alu that frees up floor space.
This home in Melbourne by design duo Kathryn Robson and Susie Cohen has deep nook shelves at one end of the wardrobe, which gives the bathroom a warm, natural and organic feel.
Smooth, handleless joinery are a classical, but nonetheless creative way to make storage systems beautifully discreet with ample room for storage.
If you don’t have to have cabinetry installed or shelves drilled onto your bathroom walls, one good idea is to create recessed wall shelves for storage. This will help conserve floor space. You can even create recessed wall in corners.
In the guest bathroom, Givone installed a hand-chiseled sink made of 17th-century marble quarried from the hills outside of Rome.
The result is a visually clean house composed of a pure vernacular shape, with all functional elements distilled to their basic requirements.
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.
A simple soaking tub makes for a zen-like bath experience with a view.
The finish palette in the bathroom relates to the kitchen for consistency.
“This collection blends together industrial and minimalist style, while also responding to the demand for furnishings that can fit into smaller, urban spaces—such as apartment or guest baths, as well as powder rooms,” says Mark Wolinsky, President of WETSTYLE.
An opaque glass wall which extends the length of the tub, allows filtered light into the bath space.  All white elements allow the light to reflect, creating a bright interior.
Wooden panels provide a contrast of warmth against the white walls and fixtures.
A clean-lined bathroom of stone and concrete.
The bathtub is by Victoria + Albert and the Terre Ruggine tiles are by Iris Ceramica.
In the guest bathroom, penny tiles have been chosen for their cost-effectiveness.
The bathroom has an elevated shower area with frosted glass windows that look out to a quiet alley.
The smartly-designed bathroom vanity supports the sink, and also holds the toilet paper.

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