Wednesday, April 27, 2011


The voyeur in me just LOVES peeking into the lives of the rich and famous, especially into their homes: check out these amazing & inspiring bathrooms from some of Hollywood's heavyweights! These photos and info are from the weekly inbox goodness from Elle Decor. Sign up for the newsletter here.

On Set

The serene master bath in filmmaker Michael Bay’s Miami Beach home is sheathed in etched-stone tiles; the bathtub is cast concrete, and the shower fittings are by Boffi.

Cozy Chic

Designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard created a master bath for actress Ellen Pompeo’s Hollywood Hills home that exudes rustic elegance. The tub and teak étagère are by Waterworks, and the antique terra-cotta floor tiles are from Exquisite Surfaces; an antique bamboo ladder adds vertical interest, while a zinc garden stool adds a hint of glamour.

House of Style

Donatella Versace’s master bath in Milan exudes opulence. A chair by Versace Home Collection is upholstered in black leather, and the bronze statue is of a reclining Buddha; a mirrored wall reflects the vaulted ceiling and patio beyond.

A Room with a View
In Ralph and Ricky Lauren’s Manhattan master bath, which overlooks the Central Park reservoir, mirrored and white-lacquer cabinetry—with a countertop and floor of Thassos marble—create a clean, sleek look.

Pretty Patterns

The powder room in actor Anthony Edwards and beauty maven Jeanine Lobell’s Manhattan apartment is dressed in a Stark wallpaper; the large-scale pattern breathes life into this small space.

Calm, Cool, Collected

In the New York penthouse of fashion designer Jill Stuart, a contemporary master bath gets a feminine touch with a sparkling crystal light fixture.

Moroccan Mood

At Dar Es Saada, the guesthouse at legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech home, designer Bill Willis gave each of the six bathrooms its own style by employing tilework in an array of hues.

Beach Getaway

Beadboard wainscoting lines the walls of the easy-breezy master bath in Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s Hamptons retreat; medicine cabinets, glass shelves, and sconces by Urban Archaeology hang above wall-mounted sinks by American Standard.
All images & accompanying text from Elle Decor

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