Minimalist Bath Moments That Focus On Blissful Pleasures

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Keep the focus on what matters with inspiration from serene retreats that allow the essentials to take center stage.


KEEP IT SIMPLE

A bathroom with porcelain flooring and walls, a freestanding tub, a geometric pendant and a wood stool.

Photo: Kevin Brost

A freestanding Kohler bathtub, midcentury modern-style pendant from Design Within Reach and Lagos porcelain flooring from Arizona Tile lend a simple but sculptural feel to the main bathroom.


PEACE AND QUIET

A wooden tub is featured in the main bathroom.

Photo: Paul Dyer

The main bathroom offers a double dose of tranquility thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and a Zen Bathworks Ofuro Japanese soaking tub surrounded by river rock.


PEACE AND QUIET

A primary bathroom features stone walls with a strong pattern.

Photo: Matthew Millman

The impact created in the main bathroom thanks to onyx walls from Da Vinci Marble and a Falper bathtub is balanced by the neutral colorway.


ROOM SERVICE

The in-law suite has an open plan bedroom and en-suite bathroom with concrete floors.

Photo: Roehner + Ryan

The design of the in-law suite is similar to a hotel room, with the bedroom connected to the bathroom and closet area. “The open-plan design draws light deeper into the space,” explains Cavin. The walnut Rove Concepts bed is dressed in bedding from The Linen Tree.


CURTAIN CALL

Designer Jean Liu worked with Smitharc Architects to create this minimalistic Dallas oasis, which includes Caesarstone counters, a Graff faucet, a sink by Kohler and Artemide lighting.

Photo: Stephen Karlisch

Designer Jean Liu worked with Smitharc Architects to create this minimalistic Dallas oasis, which includes Caesarstone counters, a Graff faucet, a sink by Kohler and Artemide lighting.


NATURAL ATTRACTION

spa bathroom with custom wood vanity and limestone sink

Photo: Joshua McHugh

Smoky gray limestone tiles line the spa, while specialty Belgian plaster by Polart Group lends subtle texture to the ceiling. Across from the custom wood vanity featuring a limestone sink, designer Lukas Machnik’s monument chair brings the right amount of visual weight to the minimalist sanctuary.


SOAK IT UP 

An all-white bathroom with a stand-alone tub and a window looking out at the mountains.

Photo: Eric Kruk

A minimalist platinum-finish faucet from Gessi and sculptural soaking tub by MTI complement the cool geometry of Waterworks’ hexagon floor tile.


REST AND RELAXATION

The gray bathroom has a freestanding tub and a shiplap ceiling.

Photo: Cynthia Lynn

Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl, coupled with the airy ceiling treatment, imparts a soothing aura to the
en suite bath. The soaking tub is by Fleurco, and the streamlined vanities feature Calacatta marble countertops. A gray hide-on-hair stool by Made Goods serves as a minimalist perch on which to prepare for the day


FOCUS ON WHAT MATTERS

White soaking tub in front of large window

Photo: Joshua McHugh

A soaking tub takes center stage in the main bathroom, which is finished with a quiet palette of gray Mosa floor tiles, white oak cabinetry by Green Leaf Cabinet Company and Caesarstone countertops in Pure White. Soft, simple accents include a wooden stool from Serena & Lily, a Moroccan-style flatweave rug from Clic and a Roman shade in Lee Jofa’s Hixson linen.


SACRED SPACES

modern bathroom glass shower subway tiles

Photo: Costas Picadas

The clean lines of the master bathroom are enhanced with cabinetry by Ornare and a glass shower with white subway tiles. The wall-mounted faucets are by Dornbracht.