I feel as though I can't start a project until I have looked through at least a dozen websites for inspiration and to generally check out what other people are doing in their homes.
I thought I would continue the next post of the 'Gorgeous' series with some incredible bathrooms I have found throughout my web surfing.
These bathrooms are incredible in their design and layout and have certainly inspired the bathrooms for Palace a la Duigan. I hope these help you get a little closer to creating your perfect dream boards for future bathrooms to come!
This bathroom is just gorgeous! I say this with a slight bias as I look down at my nails which are the same colour as the bin and other accessories, perhaps this is a favourite colour at the moment? I think this is besides the point, I am loving the grey hues with the timber and the pops of aqua-marine in the accessories. This would make a great main bathroom with such simple features and a practical layout, well done designers!
Probably not everyone's cup of tea, but I LOVE these tiles! I could imagine pairing these with some of the lighter timbers, whites and grey tiles, leaving these as a small, but effective feature of the bathroom. I think these look great with the chrome or even mixing these with the matte black to make this even more modern!
We seamlessly transition from super modern and edgy to a little more regal and traditional. Whilst I'm not in love with this bathroom, I do think it is rather beautiful. I'm loving the marble effect tiles paired with the matching gold mirrors that add a touch of elegance to the bathroom and break up the white. The perfect style for a house in Kew, Melbourne I would imagine.
Wouldn't it be nice to walk into your bathroom every day and feel as though you had gone to a day spa a million miles from anywhere? This bathroom is absolutely gorgeous and alive with the wall of indoor plants and the shower head that looks like a waterfall, although I'm not entirely sure if you're showering in there or if you put fish in it? The timber, grey, white and greenery really works together to create an inviting and relaxed atmosphere. I wonder if this comes with an in-house masseuse?
If I had my way and we lived in the country, this is almost identical to the way I would design our bathroom. Where to start? The polished concrete floors equal perfection, if we could afford to do this, it would be in literally every room of the house. I would bet that it has underfloor heating too for those colder months. The bespoke vanity is amazing, a beautiful colour and the perfect amount of storage, albeit for a tidy person. However, probably my most favourite feature of this bathroom is that gorgeous bath and floor to ceiling window. That is the benefit of being in the country, who is going to see you? I remember my Mum putting one in our country home and all of these city folks asking her if she was worried that someone would catch a glimpse...Mum usually responded with 'if they're really that keen for a peep using their telescope, I reckon they've probably earned it'.
I love the simplicity in this bathroom, it feels very raw and exposed. This bathroom design shows a clever use of space of what is obviously not a huge room. Although I'm not a fan of shower-baths, they are obviously necessary in some households due to space restrictions. You almost don't notice it past the massive timber block atop the vanity, which is a-mazing! You could probably of added a little more storage by installing a cabinet behind the mirror, other than that I think this bathroom is a winner!
And the piece de resistance...the timber feature wall to frame this gorgeous bath! This actually is the inspiration for our ensuite. I saw this photo on Pinterest and immediately feel in love with the incredible feature wall. This would work with any neutral colours and shades, and it provides the perfect backdrop for a nice feature light, although I'm thinking a pendant may work nicely hear as apposed to the ceiling feature light, but that's just me!