Today we are going all out white in the only room I consider it truly acceptable to do so – the bathroom. Above – the vanity area inside one of NYC’s Philip House condominiums. Design by Victoria Hagan.
A full view of Philip House’s custom designed bathroom. The vanity is topped with honed Statuary marble and outfitted with Waterworks fixtures in polished nickel. The floors are tiled in Misty Blue honed limestone.
Additional views of the Philip House en-suite bath. Photos courtesy of Philip House.
A Northern California bathroom by Steven Volpe Design. The marble is Calcatta gold, the chandelier is by Emmanuel Babled, the tub by Kohler and the Pratesi terry-towel-upholstered lounge chair is by Liz O’Brien. Photo by Pieter Estersohn via Architectural Digest.
Bathroom in a typical Belgian city house. The wood flooring ads a touch of warmth while maintaining the look of a white space.
Another view of our Belgian bathroom. Photos by Tim Van de Velde.
Two vintage style mirrors hang above a concrete counter in a contemporary bath. Interior by the Australia based firm, Justine Hugh-Jones Interior Design.
Bathroom in a Central London home designed by the London based firm, McLaren Excell.
The sunlit shower of an Andalucian villa. Architecture and design by the London based McLean Quinlan.
And we close with the star of the show – a Paris bathroom designed by Joseph Dirand. Complete with all the trimmings you would expect of a Sain-Germain-des-Prés mansion – The airy space mixes beige stone with a white marble tub and sink area. The LP 10 sconces are by Luigi Caccia Dominioni and the chair is by Oscar Niemeyer. Photo by Adrien Dirand via AD France.
Until next week…