Posted on 20 Jul
The master bathroom of 1677 N. Doheny Drive
There are gorgeous bathrooms, and there are extraordinary bathrooms. From sculptural soaking tubs with exquisite ocean views to expertly designed wet rooms where you can really make a splash, these five bathrooms will take your morning routine to a whole new level.
Perched on a promontory above Hollywood’s famed bird streets, the master bathroom of this contemporary masterpiece showcases an elevated, organic design, with automated Fleetwood pocket doors blurring the line between its elegant interiors and expansive terrace with views from Downtown to the ocean. Virtually every element of the space, down to the floating, bespoke mirrors by Mass Beverly, was meticulously designed to take advantage of the sweeping vistas; so whether you’re soaking in the Corian tub or enjoying the generous, dual marble shower with your significant other, you’ll always have the picture-perfect backdrop.
The exceptional master bathroom at this modern farmhouse in Malibu will transport you to an historic French villa with its towering ceiling, classic dual pedestal sinks, deep soaking tub, and charming, rustic built-ins. French doors off the tub open to a large, private terrace showcasing stunning ocean views—perfect for letting in that cool ocean breeze during a mid-summer soak.
The only thing better than staying at the iconic Mr. C Beverly Hills is living there. Designed by California architect Ray Kappe, with interiors by Italian designer Marcello Pozzi, the master bathrooms of the newly-unveiled Mr. C Residences feature custom limestone slab walls and floors and Fantini Fixtures for a decidedly modern feel. The star of the show? A striking, freestanding soaking tub where you can let your worries drift away before slipping on your Mr. C robe and pretending you’re on holiday.
Designed by architect Douglas Burdge, this newly-constructed Tuscan villa, perched just above Malibu’s famed Zuma Beach, showcases phenomenal views from virtually every room in the house. That being said, there’s something particularly romantic about the notion of retreating to the master bathroom after a long day at the beach and watching the sun slip into the Pacific from a hot bubble bath.
The wet rooms in the penthouse master baths at The Residences at The Sawyer are the pinnacle of sophistication, featuring glass-enclosed, free-standing tubs and showers with Artaic gray limestone floors and walls, quartzite countertops and mosaic tile. Designed to allow for a seamless transition between spaces, they evoke the feeling of being in your own private spa with the freedom to steam to your heart’s content.