195 Bathroom One Piece Toilets Design Photos And Ideas

The custom towel rails in this bathroom are also meant to mimic branches.
The blue and white tones are even picked up in the bathroom.
The bathrooms also maintain the indoor/outdoor connections.
Custom woodwork adds helpful shelving in the bathroom, while a long skylight draws in natural light.
Caroline Place is a minimalist home located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Groupwork + Amin Taha. Surrounded on three sides by eight and nine story mansion blocks shielding it from the heavy traffic on Bayswater Road and tourism on Queensway, Caroline Place is a quiet enclave of late 1950’s terraces north of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Built with a Modern Northern European sensibility of sharp brick lines and crisp mortar joints layered with softer timber detailing, their interior layouts remained firmly rooted in an earlier English Edwardian tradition.
The wardrobes, living room furniture and kitchen cabinetry were custom made according to the owners’ preferences.
A typical Milanese tile known as “cementine” is used for the floors of the kitchen, bathroom, and service areas to create a dialogue between contemporary and traditional elements.
The annex houses a bathroom and two bedrooms.
The shower is enclosed in travertine and topped with a skylight.
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.
Bathroom
The interior bathroom can do double-duty as a mudroom, thanks to a secret door that enables exterior access. Additionally, that door delivers an "almost" outdoor showering experience, and has been designed so guests can use the restroom without disturbing others sleeping inside.
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The bathroom continues the black perforated theme, and features an asymmetric pitched roof.
Dotted mosaic tiles by Fornace Brioni have also been used for the daughter’s bathroom.
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.
This bright bedroom has a monochromatic bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower that is covered in sleek subway tiles.
The two bathrooms feature gorgeous Carrara marble wall tiles.
Black accents and patterns breath life into the bathroom with a freestanding tub.
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 bathroom has classic square tiles on the walls, rising up to the ceiling for a modern touch.
The dichroic glass displays two different colors by undergoing a color change in certain lighting conditions. The concrete tiles reference the Brutalist building.
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.
Simple subway tiles decorate the walls of the main floor bath. A seamless concrete floor leads to directly to the shower with full-height glazing.
The bathroom concealed behind a slim door.
The bathrooms and kitchen were treated to black basalt, which has been quarried locally.
A second bathroom, for guests and the daughter, received a custom vanity and high shelf, as well as distinctive wallpaper.
For the private areas, they used lighter colors, warm wood, and more classical details, which the wife preferred.
Gray plaster was used for the walls.
A bathroom skylight increases the sense of space.
Bathroom updates also maintain the bright and airy feel of the rest of the home. The flooring is a large porcelain tile (24" x 24") in a neutral gray tone, serving as a uniform background against which the other materials can stand out.
Small but efficient, the bathroom is completed with a vanity, storage, large mirror, and window.
The Guest Bathroom
The Main Bathroom
The LV prototype’s bathroom shows how buyers can vary finish levels according to budget.
Bathroom in 1920s style
The interiors consist of a large living room and kitchen, along with seven other rooms, four of which are designated as bedrooms. Here is a closer look at one of the bathrooms.
The bathrooms feature simple white tiles with concrete floors, while pocket doors throughout the home are painted in primary colors to create a subtle pop of bright color.
A distinct cylindrical volume encloses a bathroom that echoes the design of the home.
Though most of the home's interior comes without a splashy designer's name attached, the bathroom is kitted out with a toilet, sink, and bath/shower from Jasper Morrison's line for Ideal Standard. The cabinets are from an Ikea kitchen system.
The walls use white subway tiles with black accent trim molding, and the floor features decorative artisan glazed tiles with raised surface patterns.
Master bath with reflected skylight
The updated bathroom in the hallway has been fitted with geometric floor tiles.

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