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Armadale Residence by B.E Architecture

It’s not just about the fittings and fixtures, it’s also about the location.

Bathrooms are no longer considered just a place to wash the day away. These interior spaces are now being designed for relaxation, finished with luxurious materials and fittings. Beyond designer tapware and a generously sized tub, creating a bathroom with a view and drenched in natural light is the real ultimate home escape.

7 bathrooms with a view

These 7 bathrooms celebrate a view, whether that’s the pristine ocean or a courtyard garden oasis, and prove where your bathroom is located in the home is equally as important as the fit-out.

1. A rural escape

Headland House by Atelier Andy Carson
Headland House by Atelier Andy Carson

Blessed with views of undulating green pastures, coastal cliffs and the calm horizon, architect Andy Carson took the opportunity to frame the scenery from all rooms of the house including the bathroom.

Read more about Headland House here

2. In the treetops

Treetop Home by Annabelle Chapman Architects
Treetop Home by Annabelle Chapman Architects

Annabelle Chapman Architects have taken advantage of this home’s location perched high up in the treetops with uninterrupted ocean views.

3. Leafy courtyard

Inner-city home by AM Architecture
Inner-city home by AM Architecture

To let natural light into the bluestone clad bathroom, AM Architecture has created a courtyard space planted with citrus trees. The moody, dark palette is offset by the lush green foliage.

4. Japanese garden

Armadale Residence by B.E Architecture
Armadale Residence by B.E Architecture

The pop of greenery from the intimate Japanese garden adds to the sophisticated palette of this granite bathroom. Designed by B.E. Architecture, this bathroom is all about luxury.

See more of Armadale Residence here

5. Beachside paradise

Sydney Beach House by Cadence & Co.
Sydney Beach House by Cadence & Co.

Not only does Cadence & Co provide the homeowners of this beachside property a bathroom with a view, the glass louvres allow the sea air to flood through the interior.

6. Indoor out

Coastal Home
Coastal Home celebrating natural stone

Opening up the bathroom to a private courtyard, this space offers the occupants a place to bathe indoors and shower out. The continuity of the natural stone extends the feeling of space and simplicity.

7. Rooftop oasis

Cleveland Rooftop by SJB & William Dangar
Cleveland Rooftop by SJB & William Dangar

There’s no better way to enjoy the views and the outdoor lifestyle than with a bathing spot in the garden. SJB in collaboration with William Dangar have placed a large tub out on the lush rooftop.

Check out the rest of the Cleveland Rooftop home here