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Issue 80 · The Summer Bedroom · October 8, 2014

10 Favorites: Baths in the Bedroom

Issue 80 · The Summer Bedroom · October 8, 2014

For a long time, I shuddered at the thought of a bath in the bedroom. It conjured up images of an over-pouffed B & B with a tub stuck at the end of a bed. I am not sure where this image came from, but the recent spate of well designed bedrooms with tub on full display has me rethinking. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite finds:

Casa Olivi Bedroom with Tub Remodelista

 Above: The master bederoom in Casa Olivi, a renovated rental villa in Italy. Photograph by Giorgio Possenti for Elle Decor Italia.

South Africa Hotel

Above: The bedroom in a South African beach bungalow in Bakoven by Pieter Silberbauer via House and Leisure. (See our post on how to Steal This Look.)

  Cubby House: Remodelista

Above: The Cubby House designed by Edwards Moore in Australia features an Agape Spoon tub. 

HIgh Raod House

Above: A Shaker-like guest bedroom in London's High Road House designed by Ilse Crawford. See the hotel's updated look by Alexander Waterworth in High Road House Gets a Revamp.

Jenna Lyons Bathroom

Above: Jenna Lyons' Bathroom in Brooklyn. (See our post on how to Steal This Look.)

Bella Pollen: Remodelista

Above: A guest bedroom with bath in the corner in Bella Pollen's Country House, via Vogue.

  Bedroom with bath: Remodelista

Above: A London home via Nicety.

Llyod Hotel, Amsterdam: Remodelista

Above: A guest room with tub (and swing) at the Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam.

Rick Joy: Remodelista

Above: A tub with a view in a home designed by Rick Joy Architects in Vermont.

Antonio Virga Paris Loft:Remodelista

Above: A loft in Paris by Antonio Virga.

Browse our Photo Gallery for more Bathroom inspiration and see Expert Advice: 10 Tips for Designing the Bathroom. Go to Gardenista for Bathrooms as Gardens.

This post is an update; it ran on July 9, 2009, as part of our Summer Bedroom issue.

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