10 Minimalist Bathrooms of Our Dreams

Bathrooms with busy stone patterns, tiles, and ornate fixtures can be visual overload sometimes so we check out the flip side - minimalist. Here are 10 we want to call our own: http://design-milk.com/10-minimalist-bathrooms-dreams/
  1. Overlooking Portage Bay in Seattle, this house was designed by Heliotrope Architects for a bachelor who longed for a simple bathroom with a Japanese-style hinoki tub.
  2. The Mount Lawley House, by Robeson Architects, is a triangular-shaped house with minimalist design, including in the master bedroom’s ensuite where they used a matte charcoal mosaic tile on the walls, in the shower, and on the sink surround.
  3. This Hamptons home was designed by Amee Allsop with fresh, all-white tiles and contrasting black fixtures which result in a crisp and clean feel.
  4. Located in Singapore, the 31 Blair Road house by ONG&ONG keeps it minimal without being stark or clinical.
  5. MCK Architects designed the Queens Park House to include this bathroom that houses just the essentials surrounded by long, wooden boards that start on the floor, continue up the wall, and onto the ceiling.
  6. Melbourne is the location of the Canny-designed Lubelso Hawthorn Concept Home where one of the bathrooms has large, soft grey tiles on the floor that continue up the sides of the shower walls.
  7. Foundry12 renovated this 1927 bungalow in Phoenix, including the bathroom which got a skylight that illuminates the space, along with a new white tub from Brizo, black fixtures, wooden elements, and a concrete double basin from SlabHaus.
  8. Oskar Firek created this black and white bathroom in a loft apartment in Krakow, Poland with rustic wooden floors that ground the black tile walls and cabinet.
  9. In Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights, this townhouse by Etelamaki Architecture has a spa-like bathroom with mixed materials that include a slate wall behind the double sinks, which are suspended on a teak vanity.
  10. Designed by Splyce Design, the space features polished concrete floors, a shower separated by only two walls of glass, a cylinder sink basin, and a toilet built into the elongated bench.