As you can see your bathroom from the master bedroom, it is important that the former looks as good as the latter. Tiles in a bold, unusual colour and a round mirror are great ways to jazz up blank white walls!
Design by: M3 Studio
The homeowners opted for a sleek, monochromatic theme for their ensuite bathroom that lends a modern utilitarian appeal. Keep the window frosted (instead of blacked out) to let light in.
Design by: Architology
The three main sections of this bedroom – sleeping, bathtub, and shower areas – are separated by shower curtains and glass panels, instead of conventional doors.
Design by: Three-D Conceptwerke
Placing the sink outside gives more walking space in the wet area.
Photo: Ion City Hotel, Design Hotels
This bedroom exudes a bright and airy atmosphere, thanks to the open-concept layout and usage of tinted glass instead of walls.
Design by: Museum
Located next to the walk-in wardrobe, this stylish ensuite is clad in a timeless and cosy colour combination of grey and brown.
Design by: 82
Love the idea of a see-through bathroom but still need some privacy? Install blinds for you to roll down, whenever you need them.
Design by: Rezt and Relax interior
A spacious countertop between bathroom and bedroom, which makes way for the sink and lifestyle appliances like a coffee machine, is a cool way to execute an open-concept layout.
Photo: Sir Nikolai Hotel, Design Hotels