10 Remarkable Modern Bathroom

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A modern bathroom usually has simple colors, geometric shapes, and also a minimal number of decorative flourishes. By having a modern bathroom, you can make this room becomes the most comfortable room in your house.

Here are 10 remarkable modern bathrooms to inspire you:

1. Easton Residence by Diebel and Company

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Located in California, Easton Residence is a modern house designed by Diebel and Company. The original romantic charm of this house is transformed into a modern design. Inside its modern bathroom, patterned tiles and white elements are combined to create a bright finish.

Photographer: Obeo


2. Loft Sixty-Four by EVA Architecten

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It is a 2015 project located in the heart of ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Designed by EVA Architecten, Loft Sixty-Four is a modern loft that has a simple modern bathroom. With a bright atmosphere, this modern bathroom is completed with a big bathtub and decorated with patterned tiles.

Photographer: Sebastian van Damme


3. Apartment Rodrigo da Fonseca V by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos

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Completed by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos, Apartment Rodrigo da Fonseca V is an awesome apartment with a modern interior design. Located in Portugal, its modern bathroom is designed with a combination of wood elements, white walls, and patterned tiles.

Photographer: FG+SG

4. Casa Setúbal by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos

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It is a modern house designed by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos that offers a comfortable living place with a combination of colors and materials. For its modern bathroom, Casa Setúbal uses a concrete material for the walls and floors while the use of a mirror and white sinks can decorate the interior.

Photographer: FG+SG

5. Apartment João Crisóstomo II by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos

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Just like the previous project completed by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos, Apartment João Crisóstomo II has a modern bathroom that is designed with concrete for its walls and floors. The white element comes from the bathtub and the bathroom door.

Photographer: FG + SG

6. Ericeira House by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos

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Designed by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos, Ericeira House is a modern house that uses different materials and color accents, including for its modern bathroom. This bathroom is dominated by concrete on its ceiling, floor, and wall while the white accent comes from the storage.

Photographer: FG+SG

7. Outside-In House by Interface Studio Architects

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Designed by Interface Studio Architects, Outside-In House is a 2017 project located in Philadelphia, the U.S. It is a simple house with a modern interior which also can be seen in its bathroom. This modern bathroom looks simple in white with a warm atmosphere.

Photographer: Interface Studio Architects

8. Glassbook House by Sibling Architecture

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This modern house is located in Australia and designed by Sibling Architecture. Glassbook House has a southern glass block facade that can filter the daylight. This house also has a modern bathroom that is decorated in blue by using blue tiles.

Photographer: Katherine Lu

9. House in Krakow by Kropka Studio

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Designed by Kropka Studio, House in Krakow has a simple modern bathroom with a small window that provides views of the stunning landscape outside. Wood elements are used for the floor and wall behind the toilet. There is also a mirror placed on the wall above the white sink.

Photography: Kropka Studio


10. Zakopane Apartment by Kropka Studio

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If you choose grey as the main color for your modern bathroom, take a look at this modern bathroom inside Zakopane Apartment. Dominated in grey elements, this bathroom is also completed with wood elements as well. It is an awesome project designed by Kropka Studio.

Photographer: Kropka Studio

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