Top 5 Homes of the Week With Spa-Like Bathrooms

Posted By Samantha Daly

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Bathroom, powder room, comfort station—no matter the name you fancy, these serene spaces from the Dwell community have been designed to soothe. Here are our editor's top picks of the week.

1. Bloomfield House

Architect: FGR Architects, Location: Ascot Vale, Victoria, Australia

From the project uploader: "The bathrooms elegantly complement the home with signature black tapware, marble benchtops, and round basins. Rendered concrete makes up the walls together with offset glass and custom steel shelves, providing a sleek, simple look."

 Photo by Peter Bennets

Photo by Peter Bennets

2. Bigwood Residence

Architect: Olson Kundig, Location: Ketchum, Idaho

From the architect: "The outdoors is welcomed in at nearly every turn, with expansive windows and wide-swinging doors that celebrate the interior/exterior connection. The master bath features an indoor/outdoor stone shower with Montana moss rock."

 Photo by Benjamin Benschneider

Photo by Benjamin Benschneider

3. The Rubber Ducky Trail House

Architect: Hoogland Architecture, Location: Blue Diamond, Nevada

From the architect: "Each of the principal spaces in the home needed to capture at least one primary view. Simplified programmatically and architecturally into functional volumes, each of the cubes frame one of the primary views, capture pieces of secondary views, and provide privacy from neighboring properties, hikers, mountain bikers, and the occasional wild burro or coyote. A limited palette of materials and a minimal aesthetic are fitting to the stark, weathered, Mojave Desert setting." 

 Photo by Stephen Morgan

Photo by Stephen Morgan

4. T-HOUSE in Ukraine

Architect: BY Visuals, Location: Lviv, Ukraine

From the project uploader: "The acute building is influenced by traditional Ukrainian Carpathian architecture. [The]attractive interior is Scandinavian-inspired, exuding warmth and comfort."

 Photo courtesy of BY Visuals

Photo courtesy of BY Visuals

5. Kenwood Lee House

Architect: Cousins & Cousins, Location: England, United Kingdom

From the project uploader: "At [the] house, a fine line is drawn between privacy and openness. The design manipulates scale and form to give a sense of calm throughout whilst taking you on a journey—from the tactile intimacy of its material detail through to the generous volumes and light of its living spaces."

 Photo courtesy of Jack Hobhouse & Alan Williams

Photo courtesy of Jack Hobhouse & Alan Williams

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