For the super-rich, a luxurious bathroom must have a stunning view. There are ingenious ways to provide a view of the outside environment such as a skylight. You lie on the tub and you see the beauty of the sky. People spend at least 8 to 10 hours in the bathroom every week and it should be one of the places to enjoy large amounts of natural light for health and wellness.
Clodagh has gained a reputation for her focus on nature and sustainability in her designs. She is uncompromising when it comes to bringing the outdoors inside homes. In the interior expert’s home, a view of the outdoors can be seen from every amenity whether in the tub, sauna, shower or toilet. Clodagh is not alone because many private homes and luxury developments have focused on the design and location of bathrooms.
High end developments put bathrooms in prime locations where they can enjoy the best views possible and bask in natural light. One example is wet rooms of Jean Nouvel’s 100 11th Avenue in New York that have huge picture frame inspired windows that literally turn the city view into a piece of wall art. The wet rooms are featured in Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listings.
When the 1929 Walker tower was converted into a contemporary condo, the windows are expanded and a huge tub was installed in front of a south-facing view. In John Pawson and Ian Schrager’s 215 Chrystie St. the poured concrete tubs were designed to overlook the Chrysler Building.
In his new Cary Tamarkin Tower in Soho, developer Kevin Maloney’s first consideration was the location of the master bathroom. When you are soaking in the bath, you will enjoy a view of the Empire State Building. In Miami’s Oceana Bal Harbour, each of the 240 units had a bathroom that captured the view of the Atlantic Ocean or Miami Skyline.
If you have a large luxurious bathroom, you can opt for Large Bathroom Storage Units to ensure that everything stays organized. On the different compartments, you can store a variety of bathroom items to maintain an elegant and classy ambiance.