5 Biophilic Bathroom Designs with Plenty Of Natural Wood And Plant

Top view of sing in a bathroom in biophilic design

One of the best ways to bring nature into your bathroom is through biophilic design. This involves using natural elements like wood and plants to create a closer connection to the outdoors. By incorporating these biophilic design elements, you can turn your bathroom into a truly relaxing and rejuvenating space.

Wood is one of the most popular materials to use in biophilic design. It has a warm and natural appearance that can help to create a sense of calm. You can use wood for everything from flooring and furniture to towel racks and shelves. Plants are another great way to add a touch of nature to your bathroom. They can help purify the air and provide a pop of color and life. There are many different types of plants that thrive in bathrooms, so you’re sure to find one that fits your space.

Biophilic design is all about bringing the outdoors in, so make sure to take advantage of natural light as much as possible. Open up blinds and curtains during the day to let in sunshine and fresh air. If you have windows in your bathroom, consider installing a skylight to really brighten up the space. You can also use mirror placements to reflect light around the room.

By incorporating these biophilic design elements, you can create a bathroom that feels like an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Below are 5 biophilic bathroom designs with plenty of natural wood and plant that can bring nature into your bathroom interior.

1. Broadway Penthouse by Joel Sanders Architect

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Broadway Penthouse by Joel Sanders Architect looks stunning and fresh with some biophilic design elements. The biophilic bathroom design with plenty of natural wood and plant in this bathroom combines the use of wood and plant to create a connection to nature. The highlight is the living wall around the mirror.

Photography: Peter Aaron (OTTO)

 

2. Surprising Seclusion by HYLA Architects

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Adding a lot of plants is the main idea of this bathroom interior. Surprising Seclusion by HYLA Architects has a biophilic bathroom design with plenty of plants. It is kind of creating a small garden inside the bathroom to bring real fresh nature to the house.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell, HYLA Architects

 

3. House in Vilnius by PRUSTA

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House in Vilnius by PRUSTA also has a biophilic bathroom design with plenty of natural wood and plant that makes the bathroom stunning. The bathroom door is made of wood as same as the bench used as the sink base. Two small pots of plants are placed on the window and one big plant is near the big bathtub.

Photography: Leonas Garbačiauskas

 

4. Refraction House by RAD+ar Architecture

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In Refraction House by RAD+ar Architecture, the biophilic design elements in its bathroom are not only the plant and wood but also the gravel. Wood element comes from the vanity while a pot of plant and gravel are placed around the white big tub to create a natural impression.

Photography: RAD+ar Architecture

 

5. The HACHI Skyscape by WARchitect

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This biophilic bathroom design with plenty of natural wood and plant uses wood as the main biophilic design element. The HACHI Skyscape by WARchitect has an awesome bathroom with a wooden wall, floor, and ceiling. A big pot of plants is also added to the corner of the room while a small one is near the sink.

Image Source: WARchitect

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