14,150 organic feel Bath Design Photos

Peridot Decorators, Inc.
3 Reviews
White (After) Residence
Ideabooks36
Questions0
We transformed this 1990's master bath from blue and white to this beautiful organic serene space. We replaced the white cabinets and tile with custom cabinets and wood floors that can handle the mositure in a bathroom. We set two rectangular sinks on unique marble counter tops and changed the faucets
“slab bench/towel bar” — jjtroyer
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
Ft. Lauderdale Interior Design - Contemporary Comfort
Ideabooks241
Questions2
"In the powder room, gray mosaic stone on the walls and a vanity and shelving made of whitewashed wood give the room an organic feel. A square sink, polished nickel finishes and metal recesses in the vanity create a balance of rough and clean lines."
In the powder room, gray mosaic stone on the walls and a vanity and shelving made of whitewashed wood give the room an organic feel. A square sink, polished nickel finishes and metal recesses in the vanity create a balance of rough and clean lines. Vanity, shelves: custom; sink: Ronbow; white porcelain
“Baño” — ivycr
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Ideabooks10,540
Questions4
River rock surrounding tub gives space a spa-like feel
Spa like feeling created by unique tub and rocks.
leaving them loose. It’s a dynamic way to punch up the organic feel, and you can’t beat the textural effect. If you’re unable to replicate the flooring feature of this bathroom, simply throw loose stones in a chic bowl or clear vase to score the feel.
windows look out onto a stone patio, look for a way to incorporate stone indoors. This example is a deluxe application, but you can achieve the same feel with beautiful pebbles and stones in vignettes along your shelves.
“Sdb” — mimijunior
Scott Haig, CKD
4 Reviews
Scott
Ideabooks7,792
Questions12
A double glass vanity on a custom open-frame support lends an open feel to this boutique guest bathroom.
Designate a smaller space. Stone tiles can be expensive, so instead of going all out, apply them to one designated area. You still score the organic feel without emptying your pockets. The backsplash above the vanity is a great call. It’s where your eye is most often focused while in the bathroom, so
“Colors” — emw11434
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
67 Union
Ideabooks1,860
Questions6
organic feel, like wood and tile..
Love the organic style BUT leave the big natural sponges and giant shells in the sea please.
designed. “It’s a wood color but with a grayer tone, just like wood left on the beach to gray naturally,” she says. The variegated glass tiles, meanwhile, feel like the “undulation of waves in water,” she says. If you’re still stuck on figuring out a color palette, Ggem recommends starting with sea glass —
White (but not quite white) sandy beach inspired mosaic tiles in shore and bath surround. Shower head has an outdoor shower feel to it, and the wood hints at weathered shingles.
designed. “It’s a wood color but with a grayer tone, just like wood left on the beach to gray naturally,” she says. The variegated glass tiles, meanwhile, feel like the “undulation of waves in water,” she says. If you’re still stuck on figuring out a color palette, Ggem recommends starting with sea glass —
“Like exposed pluming” — deforej
International Custom Designs
8 Reviews
Yorba Linda Residence
Ideabooks138K
Questions83
Inspired by the Japanese "roten-buro" (outdoor bath), this master bath uses natural materials and textures to create the feeling of bathing out in nature. Designer: Fumiko Faiman. Photographer: Jeri Koegel.
Yes the tub is awesome. The all bathroom looks great. I love the all "zen" feeling it has. I felt the same while visiting this bathroom http://www.archiexpo.com/prod/kerasan/contemporary-bathrooms-11245-31102.html
way too big - but i like the airy light feel of it..
Use scale to connect materials. I love how this oval porcelain tub sits on these beautiful organic oval pebbles. The two items are connected in shape despite the variation in materials, creating a calm and connected space.More: 6 Lessons in Scale
“Pebbles in shower floor” — dulcinea
Capstone Construction of Maryland
Maryland Projects
Ideabooks58,319
Questions10
the tile looks like wood, such an organic feel, natural. I am sure the stones feel nice on the feet as well
organic and the stone!
Love naturey feel
“Really like the smooth rock accent. Perhaps not on the floor.” — kilroy0097
Workshop/apd
Craft Modern
Ideabooks3,872
Questions5
Modern limestone bathroom, interesting combination of subtle changes in texture and pattern, love the organic feel it still has despite the modern lines
modern feel of bath, color of stones, cabinets
spa feeling....Look and feel...Overall feel
“could be used in shower” — betiweber
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