Homeowners, Here’s What Your New Bathroom Could Look Like!
Seriously stylish inspo so you can achieve the ‘home spa’ of your dreams.
If you’re planning to renovate your home’s bathrooms, forget the idea that they are just functional, no-frills spaces to settle your ‘business’ in.
When designed right, these private chambers are the perfect getaway spots for some peace and quiet – and it’s why more homeowners are transforming theirs into relaxing retreats. Keep scrolling to see what these personal sanctuaries look like!
Interior Firm: Fineline Design
1. Jalan Mutiara by Fineline Design
Clad entirely in marble-look tiles and bathed in white light from various sources, including a minimalist wall-mounted scone, the bathroom of this Jalan Mutiara apartment exudes a soft radiance that fits perfectly with its sleek aesthetic and comfortable vibe.
Interior Firm: Fineline Design
2. The Levelz by Schemacraft
Depending on how they are treated, grey cement surfaces can either be austere additions or cosy accents in a home/room. In the case of this condominium home at The Levelz, these versatile features are used to create an overwhelming sense of calm and utilitarian chic in a minimalist bathroom.
Interior Firm: Schemacraft
3. Serangoon Central by The Local INN.terior
White subway tiles may be the in-thing now, but if you would like something different for your bathroom, take a cue from this en suite that makes a creative statement by combining cool clean lines with intricate, yet subtle mosaic tilework for a look that is both unique and easy on the eye.
Interior Firm: The Local INN.terior
4. Cantonment Close by Renex Interior
Due to space constraints, having a shower-tub combo equipped in an HDB flat’s privy is often out of the question. However, Renex Interior succeeded in tucking one (with a classic clawfoot design!) into the en suite of this Cantonment Close home as a luxurious bathroom feature.
Interior Firm: Renex Interior
5. Parc Oasis by DISTINCTidENTITY
Far from being just about its accented monochrome look, the design of this classy bathroom in a Parc Oasis home is also highly practical. Here, space is optimised by a simple, but efficient layout that sees essential fixtures, such as a floor-mounted WC and an eye-catching sink counter, placed against the walls for a neater appearance.
Interior Firm: DISTINCTidENTITY
6. Rivervale Drive by ARK-hitecture
To create the appearance of a larger en suite, ARK-hitecture created a see-through facade for the master bathroom of this Rivervale Drive apartment that allows the eye to travel all the way to the end of the space. Completing the illusion is a floating counter that is similarly positioned to draw one’s attention inwards.
Interior Firm: ARK-hitecture
7. Upper Serangoon by The Scientist
While the highlight of this spacious bathroom is, without doubt, its rustic, stone-clad tub, what makes the look work are its natural finishes and neutral palette that imbue the space with a modern-day, Zen vibe. Meanwhile, an overhead skylight as well as a slatted privacy barrier allow the space to be naturally lit.
Interior Firm: The Scientist
8. Joo Chiat by The Design Abode
Blurring the boundaries between the indoors and outdoors, this understated bathroom with a pared-back palette features a natural surround in the form of a mini garden that runs its entire length. A full-height sliding partition ensures the elements are kept out while offering a seamless view of the exterior through transparent glass panes.
Interior Firm: The Design Abode
9. Jalan Batu by Bowerman
At first glance, it’s easy to mistake this bathroom as a personalised exercise corner with its pebbled walkway and open-concept layout. But take a closer look inside and you will discover that the shower and WC are tucked neatly along a cleverly designed side corridor, which leaves more room on the outside.
Interior Firm: Bowerman
10. Punggol Drive by Mr Shopper Studio
At the request of the owners of this stylish Punggol Drive apartment, Mr Shopper Studio joined both zones of the master bedroom with a clear glass barrier. And while the adjoining sleeping area showcases an uber-chic look, the en suite’s holds its own in the design department with a panelled storage unit and exquisite textures all around.
Interior Firm: Mr Shopper Studio
11. Hougang by Fifth Avenue Interior
To create the extra-large bathroom on the upper floor of this Hougang maisonette, Fifth Avenue Interior had to marry the existing master en suite and common bathroom into a common area.
Here’s how they did it while adding on an in-built bathtub and a his-and-hers vanity to create the ultimate spa experience at home.
Interior Firm: Fifth Avenue Interior
12. Balmoral Road by Black n White Haus
Warm wood wraparounds in golden tones add warmth to the bathroom of this Balmoral Road apartment, while giving it an appearance that is reminiscent of a traditional Japanese onsen. Having a great bath side view of the surroundings certainly helps in re-creating the experience too!
Interior Firm: BLACK N WHITE HAUS
13. Tampines Street 61 by Zenith Arc
As always, the key to creating a welcoming, rustic space is bringing together a variety of natural textures. In this Tampines home, stone- and wood-clad walls transform the bathroom into a relaxing retreat that exudes cosy appeal as well as an authentic sense of comfort.
Interior Firm: Zenith Arc
14. Pasir Ris Street 21 by Ciseern
This is one bathroom where you can spend hours in without getting bored – here, warm lights gently illuminate all corners of the space, including a handy in-built storage shelf which keeps an assortment of reading materials (as well as bathroom supplies) within reach.
Interior Firm: Ciseern
15. Sumang Walk by D5 Studio Image
Aside from daring, jet-black surroundings, what this unique space also has going for it are a space-efficient layout as well as a custom-built bathtub that is enclosed within its own private alcove – needless to say, this isn’t your typical HDB bathroom.
Interior Firm: D5 Studio Image
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