Dreaming of a gorgeous bathroom to unwind in? Whether you're looking for Hollywood glamour or country house hotel charm, get inspired by these luxurious, modern luxury bathroom ideas.
Taking cues from luxury boutique hotels, these luxury bathroom ideas showcase gorgeous designs. Whether it is contemporary walk-in shower rooms or traditional roll-top baths, these havens all have one things in common: unmistakable glamour.
From statement freestanding baths to Crittall-style shower screens, and from vintage-style distressed, antiqued mirrors to glamorous brass taps and pretty bathroom wall lights, let these stylish designs inspire you.
For minimalists, monochrome style bathrooms might hit the spot, or for lovers of colour, a beautiful modern wall mural can transform the setting. For bohemian types, encaustic tiles look particularly striking on bathroom walls and floors and add a dash of personality to a space, or they can opt for the fan-shaped fish scale tile, and for urbanites, the Boffi pipe shower is a must-have.
With luxurious materials, bespoke detailing, striking lighting and a generous dose of brass and marble, let these statement bathrooms lead your redesign. Splash out on quality taps and finishes, which even if teamed with the most minimalist of baths, will make a statement.
This bathroom is very large, making it instantly feel luxurious. There’s also a TV is mounted into the wall near the bath (not seen), perfect for watching Netflix while having a long soak.
Get the look: This is the Aurelius bath from CP Hart. The towel rail and taps are from Lefroy Brooks. This French farm stool is vintage.
A luxe freestanding bath invites everyday indulgence.
Get the look: Find a similar bath from CP Hart or West One Bathrooms.
The bath is decorated in a mirrored mosaic and installed on a custom made plinth that’s been customised with the Union Jack pattern.
Get the look: Find a similar bath at The Albion Bath Company.
Who wouldn’t want to be a guest at this house when you have a spa bathroom this gorgeous? The warm woods, graphic tiles and sleek fittings are beautifully combined.
Get the look: The Tara shower fitting is by Dornbracht. The floor tiles are by Mosaic Del Sur. The wall is covered in Venetian plaster by Loggia.
Art and real life happily coexist in this gorgeous bathroom.
Get the look: These photographic prints are by Anna Moller at Uprise Art. The bath is from Canadian brand Cheviot Products – the Camden bath at CP Hart is a good match.
Ribbed-glass Crittall doors separate the shower and WC from the basin, located in the bedroom.
Painting ceilings in the same shade as the walls gives rooms a cohesive, cocooning feel.
Get the look: The bespoke basin was made with a Béton Ciré finish. The 19th-century French oeil-de-boeuf (bull’s eye) zinc window mirror is from Anton & K. The walls and ceiling are painted in Felt IV flat emulsion by Paint & Paper Library.
This bathroom is a place to totally disconnect, relax and indulge. The dark walls and luxe bath give it a grown-up, sophisticated vibe. Plus, there is a working fireplace, generous steam room and shower.
Get the look: The antique fireplace, freestanding bath, vanity unit, lights and marble tiles are all from CP Hart.
The antique hand-painted wall panel adds drama to this bathroom.
Get the look: The panel was found at a French market. This is the Marlow bath by The Imperial Bathroom Company, available at Ripples. The brassware is by Lefroy Brooks. This is the Container stool by Marcel Wanders for Moooi.
Marble floors, a copper standalone tub with an artwork hanging above all work together to create a glamorous, grown-up space.
Get the look: The bathroom is painted in Cornforth White by Farrow & Ball. Drummonds and Catchpole & Rye do similar bath tubs.
The existing window was replaced with a deeper version with enough space to install a window seat. This room is all about total relaxation and escapism.
Get the look: The bath and fittings are by Castello. The marble basin was designed by Karena Clayton at Colour Interiors and made by Marble City. This is the Rustic Natural stool at House Curious.
A bedroom was sacrificed to create this luxe, spacious bathroom, with the wet room separated from it by a glazed steel divide. Metal-framed glazing in the bathroom creates a utilitarian look, while Majolica tiles always have the power to put you in a holiday mood.
Get the look: The steel and glass wall is by Space Exploration Design. Try Mosaic del Sur for similar floor tiles. The cabinets are bespoke. The taps and shower are by Barber Wilsons & Co. The bath is vintage – try The Albion Bath Company for a similar style.
The curved wall of this family bathroom nods to the property’s organic shapes and gives this bathroom a sculptural feel.
Get the look: The bath is from The Water Monopoly.
The glamorous master ensuite is a beautiful balance of old and new, with marble tiles and a traditional contrasting against the modern lighting and taps.
Get the look: This is the Astonian Epoca roll-top bath by Aston Matthews. The floor-mounted mixer is the is the Axor Citterio E by Hansgrohe. This is the Torch S10 Bunch 10 cluster lamp by Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.
The monochrome palette and modern freestanding bathtub with matching his and hers sinks create a chic hotel-like interior. Simple ovals, marble and a micro cement floor keep things serene and uncomplicated.
Get the look: The basins and bath are from Victoria + Albert. The taps and bath filler are by Bagno Design. The marble is from Venice Marble. The bespoke vanity unit features Buster + Punch handles. The mirrors are from The White Company.
Both practical and decorative, the sliding doors here take their cue from traditional barn doors. The walls are finished in polished tadelakt to contrast with the dark blue freestanding bath. Glossy plaster walls in the bathrooms chime with oak doors; taps, in bronze or brass, add an industrial glimmer.
Get the look: The taps are by Brooklyn-based The Watermark Collection.
Got a tiny bathroom? Transform it into a functional shower room.
Get the look: The bronze wall tiles are by Fired Earth and the faux plants are by Abigail Ahern.
A marble-clad wall and touches of brass add just the right amount of glamour to this family bathroom.
Get the look: Get the look: The floor tiles are from Made a Mano. For a similar bath, try The Cast Iron Bath Company. This is a Vola bath filler.
The centrally placed tub and walk-in shower, accessed from both sides, create a sense of spaciousness.
Get the look: The wall, cupboard doors and bath – a reclaimed design bought from Lassco – are all painted in Stiffkey Blue estate emulsion by Farrow & Ball. The marble splashback and floor tiles and glass shower screen are from Fired Earth.
This custom-designed bathroom was inspired by the bathrooms at the Dean Street Townhouse in Soho. The tank is directly above it, creating an intense water pressure.
Get the look: For oversized Carrara marble slabs like these, try Stone Age. Dornbracht is a good source of modern shower systems. CP Hart sells a range of bathroom fittings.
This space is designed to be fun yet practical, with plenty of storage.
Get the look: The taps and shower are by Vola. The bathtub is from Ma Salle de Bain. The double basin is from CP Hart.
Bespoke units with recessed handles subtly echo the geometric mood of the mirror and lights.
Get the look: The vanity unit was made bespoke by Studio DB. These are Aurora pendants by Oregon brand Cedar & Moss. The mirror is by New York-based Matter.
Reflections, shimmer and sparkle define this luxe bathing space.
Get the look: This is Catchpole & Rye’s double-ended Le Bain de Bateau bath. The fittings are also by Catchpole & Rye.