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Nothing makes a bath more relaxing than a breathtaking view.
Engulfed by natural views, these envy-inducing tubs will inspire you to create your own at-home oasis.
Houle designed the ofuro tub in the master bath to mesh with the home’s tallowwood wall paneling. The Ikea sink is outfitted with Vola faucets.
Photo: Richard Powers
In the master bath, a Dornbracht tub filler is paired with a tub by Philippe Starck for Duravit.
Photo: Noah Webb
In the master bath, the architect managed to combine privacy and a view by adding a horizontal-line pattern to the glass wall.
Photo: Paco Perez / Alluro
An Almond bathtub by Porcelanosa is accented by a tub filler from Hansgrohe.
Photo: Grant Harder
Photo: Joe Fletcher
Concreteworks cast the custom outdoor soaking tub.
Photo: Laure Joliet
Phinney Ridge Residence
Photo: John Granen
At the opposite end of the house, the soaking tub gets almost daily use. The bath and shower fixtures are by Dornbracht
Photo: Daniel Hennessy
Outdoor Tub: A tucked-away bathtub provides a private backyard oasis. “We kind of got carried away,” resident Maury Strong recalls of the decision to place the 59-inch freestanding Keren basin outdoors. “My view was, ‘Let’s just do it all.”’ The extra effort paid off—the outdoor bath is among her grandchildren’s favorite parts of the house. Her husband, Ron Caron, also enjoys relaxing there.
Photo: Catherine Ledner
Photo: Nic Lehoux
In the master bathroom, a matte Ove tub from Wetstyle is one of Maca’s favorite getaways. The angle of the custom window, designed with a minimal frame to maximize the view, mimics the roofline.
Photo: Matthew Williams
One such vacation inspired the tub, made of aromatic hinoki wood, in the master bathroom.
Photo: Carlos Chavarría
The master bathroom features one of two corner windows in the house. “At night, when I take a bath, I can see the moon and the stars,” says Lois.–Taos, New MexicoDwell Magazine : July / August 2017
Photo: Michael Friberg
Photo: Filip Dujardin
Photo: Turkel Design
An Envy II Wall-Faced Suite toilet by Parisi sits in the home’s sole bathroom and Caroma’s Starlett 1850 Island Bath was installed next to the window.
Photo: Peter Bennetts
Photo: Casey Dunn
Sliding glass panels in the bathroom open to put the tub in the tree canopy.
Photo: Robert Schlatter
Master tub room
Photo: Liesa Cole
The corner bathroom is defined by a freestanding Kado Lure 1760 tub and a powerful view of the bay.
Tasmania, AustraliaDwell Magazine : September / October 2017
Photo: James Silverman
The master suite’s bathroom unfolds from a glass-walled bathing room, outfitted with a Signature Hardware tub and Lefroy Brooks fixtures, to an open-air shower.
Photo: Mark Hartman
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