Bathroom Designs in India: Top 10 spaces featured on AD


Commonly seen as ‘His & Hers’ niches or shaving niches, these compartments provide dedicated spaces for storing shower essentials, such as shampoos, conditioners, body washes, and shaving supplies. This trend facilitates organization and convenience, allowing individuals to access their preferred products easily while minimizing clutter and enhancing the overall shower experience. To ensure safety and enhance accessibility in your bathroom, incorporating certain features is essential. These features promote ease of use, reduce the risk of accidents, and provide a comfortable experience for individuals with mobility challenges. Consider implementing non-slip flooring, lever-style faucets and handles, and adequate lighting and contrast.

Will Brown Interiors created a primary bathroom with a boudoir feel complete with a bathtub niche with an arched architectural surround, and a dedicated vanity decorated with a Venetian glass mirror. Instead of designing built-in shelving, Brown used freestanding twin armoires and a mirrored dressing table that integrate more harmoniously with the style of the adjoining primary bedroom. In this contemporary primary bathroom from Cathie Hong Interiors, a luxuriously minimalist wet room with a generous soaking tub and shower highlights the nearly floor-to-ceiling windows.

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The light teal shade of glass tub is echoed by the floor feature. Silvery drop bauble chandelier emphasises the beautiful ethereal theme. The rough cement block walls give an edgy look, while the rimless mirror and frosted shower panel provide the contemporary feel. The fact that this bathroom hovers 53 floors above Manhattan actually isn’t the most interesting thing about it.

  • The Calacatta tile in a unique pattern makes a statement while offering some subtle visual texture.
  • French country interiors are all about embracing rustic original features and warm neutral shades are a beautiful complement to the plethora of rustic stone, wood and brass finishes.
  • The glass doors flood the airy space with light, and soft gold plumbing fixtures add warmth.
  • These vanities go beyond functionality as design focal points that promote a sense of personal space and organization within the shared bathroom.

To really set the scene, why not finish it all off with a fast-flowing waterfall shower. For a modern twist on the farmhouse design, add a crisp coat of white paint to the traditional shiplap paneling. You can keep the furniture-style vanity and lush green plants to really achieve the modern farmhouse fusion. A large bathroom provides lots of available space and gives you complete freedom with your bathroom design ideas. Instead of sprucing up or adding a classic window, make it attention-grabbing with a unique shape like in this bathroom by designer Sarah Solis.