While we may not think of the bathroom as an important part of the overall design of the house, when you have a luxury, perfectly appointed bathrooms, people will notice … and you may not have the ability to get them to leave! The designs in this article come to use from interior designer Ahmed Mady and although each is different, they all carry the essence of ultimate luxury. Go ahead, dip your toes in.
Multiple bathtub can leave people feeling exposed bath and less than relaxing. By giving a bath room itself, complete with elaborate archways and glimmering golden light, it is not only private, but decadent
The elaborate archways in the bath is reminiscent of the Taj Mahal and Mughal-style design of it.
A tiled wall with a modern accent large shelves for storing various bubbles, soap, and bath aroma makes this an alternative tolerance.
The halo light on this bathroom gives it a relaxing atmosphere that will make flattering any time ritual bath feels like a treat.
listening marble and row after row of recessed lighting really make this bathroom an elegant pop. The complex patterns on the walls give it an extra touch of luxury.
Bathrooms tend towards a more modern, if not entirelyminimalist style. The ceiling lights are a special feature of-the-moment.
For a more feminine look, bathroom-inspired East Asia is the perfect solution. Floral patterned blue-gray brick cool throughout and lovely pink and delicate.
The side-by-side in a bathroom sink make ready a snap – if you can manage to pry yourself away from the large mirror
The bath in this design are nestled into a corner, leaving more open space for clothes and just relax int he bathroom, if you’re into that sort of thing
A floral design inspired chevron strip curtains more beautiful, to hide the tub when not in use.
Simple neutral colors in the bathroom makes it feel like a modern sanctuary.