The sleek and luxurious beauty of marble is not only used for wall and floor tiles, but also applied to interior design for more eye-catching bathrooms.
Marble (natural or man-made) is one of the most popular materials in bathrooms. Stone has high durability, solid structure, surface with beautiful veins like works of art, can be used flexibly for high humidity spaces such as bathrooms. The gloss, elegance, and ease of cleaning of marble are not only used for wall and floor tiles, but also used to design sinks, bathtubs, … for this relaxing space to wear beauty. bright, eye-catching.
To feel more clearly the vivid beauty of this stone, we invite you to admire the collection of 9 eye-catching bathrooms, projects of different interior design studios collected by the Hay House column!
Bathroom space designed in classic aristocratic style in Paris designed by KO Studio. From the arch design to the entire marble floor and wall, this beauty is expressed.
Usually, the area above the sink will be a mirror or storage cabinet. However, in this bathroom, the interior designer of MADDUX has replaced it with marble, turning them into works of art in harmony with the surrounding stone wall.
Designer Katerina Lashmanova’s project turns the bathroom into a sophisticated space with a gorgeous crystal chandelier, vivid flamingo wallpaper, and especially the color of marble as if it were in harmony with the painting. one.
The bathroom in the apartment of interior designer and painter Luke Edward Hall with marble walls made of many different pieces and imported from Italy, creates a prominent and expensive highlight in the center.
The interior design project of Decus Interiors, Sydney (Australia) brings charm to the small bathroom by incorporating gray tiles along the wall above the sink, the wall below using marble gives diverse beauty.
The owner of the apartment in Bologna (Italy) is an extremely personable person. You will see a unique human-shaped sink, a convex mirror like a large diamond, a combination of marble walls and floors for a beautiful – unique – strange look.
The apartment in St.Petersburg was designed by Timofey Veresnovsky with a luxurious bathroom space, combining two types of Arabescato Corchia and Giallo Siena marble to create a dome-style frame surrounding the familiar gray and white tone.
Project in Moscow (Russia) by Room Design Buro with the idea of using marble to design a beautiful hand basin, turning it into a natural break, striking against a single white background. dance in the bathroom.
Closing the collection is the bathroom of blogger Margot Dietz in Stockholm (Sweden). The entire floor, wall background, open shelves to vanity cabinets (cabinets with sinks) all use marble, showing that the owner is extremely invested in the budget for the relaxing space.