Top 10: Best House & Home Bathrooms of 2015
Despite being the smallest room in the house, a beautiful bathroom can have the biggest impact. Our top 10 House & Home bathrooms from this year all show that you can make a statement, no matter how much space you have.
Large pieces of furniture, like this cabinet, are a unique solution to bathroom storage. Paired with bold chrome vanities and a colorful rug, it brings character to the clean, white space.
The classic red, white and blue palette works wonders in this preppy Toronto row house. The trellis wallpaper evokes lush gardens but remains mod and masculine, while a chinoiserie mirror makes a stunning focal point.
The wall of wood is actually a cleverly hidden bank of wardrobes, offering sleek storage. Other space-saving solutions include the double-sided handles on the shower that act as towel bars to free up wall space, allowing for a full-length mirror.
Apartment bathrooms can be notoriously dark from a lack of windows, but this Montreal space uses pot lights, sconces and plenty of inset-mirrors to liven up the space.
This bathroom is the epitome of relaxation. The calming, black granite tiles of the floor continue up the wall for a grounding feeling. Contrasted with the light wood on the walls, the tiles don’t feel too heavy. The custom-made tub is clad in hinoki cypress for a spa-like feel.
It’s a study in contrasts — a baroque mirror, in all its gilded glory, a modern wood vanity, left raw, and a crisp, white bathtub. A blue and white striped rug adds a nautical touch. The overall look is cohesive yet unexpected.
In the 2015 Princess Margaret Showhome’s spa-like bathroom, faux finish walls offer a subtle hit of texture. They’re also the perfect backdrop to the hand-cast resin and sculpted-plaster flowers of the stunning wall treatment.
This bathroom is simplicity at its finest. The glossy, white Bianco Lasa marble floor plays off the black and chrome accents, while the bank of windows lets in plenty of natural light.
The guest bathroom of editor-in-chief Suzanne Dimma is bright and airy thanks to the subtle wallpaper pattern. The clawfoot tub was salvaged and the fixtures were dipped in unlacquered brass for a fresh, modern look.
The unusual purple veining of the Breccia Capraia marble in this principal ensuite plays off the dramatic free-standing blue tub and red tile. The dramatic grey millwork is just neutral enough to bring it all together.