76 Bathroom Concrete Walls Design Photos And Ideas

The operable bath skylight is from Vellux. The floors are porcelain tile and the counters are laminate with longleaf pine edge.
A deeper Jacuzzi soaking tub was installed.
Tres bathroom accesories.
The glass dividers in the bathroom are hand-crafted by Ukrainian craftsmen.
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Here is the second added bathroom.
A look at the attached bathroom.
The guest bathroom features an organically shaped wooden table, which is suspended on copper and rests against the textured stucco wall.
One of the kitchen's panel doors opens to reveal a hidden bathroom.
“Black is not dark. It’s not sad. It absorbs the light and lets you see details,” says Mehdi.
The two bathrooms are sited on either end of the rectangular plan. Each have been fitted with discrete skylights for additional illumination.
Ground Floor Bathroom
The bathroom is bright, clean and beautiful - everything you want a bathroom to be.
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.
Design Studio of Yuriy Zimenko
Designer: Zimenko Yuriy
Site: https://zimenko.ua
By reconfiguring the stairs as a switchback and locating it in the middle section of the house, the architects could fit a slim, tall bathroom between the switchback and the main bedroom.
Small white bathroom
Local artist Teo Menna designed the pattern for the bathroom cement tile. "It is an old material that refers back to the time of the construction of the building, but was used with a more contemporary language," note the architects.
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 powder room is framed with concrete walls and white oak floors, and is illuminated by a large skylight.
Shielded from the sun by large overhangs, the master bath is wrapped in full-height glazing. The porcelain tile floors are from Porcelanosa, and the walls are a mix of Western Red Cedar, tile, and painted gypsum.
In the bathroom, the shower stall looks up to the open sky.
In contrast to the historic setting, the master bathroom is outfitted with modern fixtures including a double vanity, freestanding tub, shower and toilet.
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Wein House - Besonías Almeida arquitectos
Master bathroom with backlit pop out wind boxes.
Detail of existing sink
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.
A bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower.
The apartment’s floor plan consists of two parallel spaces.
The ever-shifting material palette continues in the two bathrooms, which have walls and ceilings with different types of tiles.
Gray plaster was used for the walls.
Winged light bulbs, part of an Ingo Maurer fixture, bring levity to Hill's bathroom. The space features a zinc wall by Houston metalworker George Sacaris, who also did the bathroom and kitchen cabinets.
The Clubhouse is the communal hub, housing the bathrooms, kitchen, and shared living space.
In the master bath, the architect managed to combine privacy and a view by adding a horizontal-line pattern to the glass wall.
The Ludemans poured their own concrete during the renovations.
The bathroom maintains a sense of outdoor living with the large clerestory window.
Concrete shower walls meets concrete tub surround meets concrete tile. Soaps by local Duross & Langel.
A jacuzzi bathtub that looks out fo views of the neighborhood.
The oversized custom made concrete trough sink sits on a bronze base with a beautiful patina, industrial coper piping and taps.  The mirror, which is suspended from the ceiling by braided leather straps,  was manufactured by PSS Design Cult. An xl oval NativeStone bathtub.
One of the bathrooms.
Milestones' cement plaster covers the walls of the minimalist bathroom. The Scola sink from Duravit is accompanied by a chrome Grohe Essence faucet and Hansgrohe's Croma Green Showerpipe.
Australian studio Keen Architecture designed this large laundry room with minimalist grey walls, subway tiles splashback, built-in cabinetry and a large window that opens out to the garden, perfect for clothes in need of sun-drying.
Portable salon trolleys under a vanity are a cool and unusual choice for bathroom storage. And it you can always move it to different areas of your bathroom to suit changing needs.
The bathroom in the guest pavilion takes advantage of the passive solar siting. “Detaching the roof from the walls allowed us to bring in light from the top,” notes the architect. The custom vanity holds a Lacava sink; the tub is AquaStone from Aquatica.
The en suite tub is by Kaldewei, the mixer is by Tonic, and the spout is by Sussex Taps.
C2 vanity by Wetstyle
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Designed by Pierre Belanger with Wetstyle Design Lab, the industrial-looking C2 vanity is made of an stainless steel frame with rungs on either side for hanging accessories. It comes in two sizes, 24 and 30 inches, and has an optional matte-black finish.
Hand-troweled concrete bathroom

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