5,670 organic elements Bathroom Design Photos

Zieba Builders, Inc.
7 Reviews
Organic Inspirations
Ideabooks3,026
Questions10
Organic Inspirations Photo 1 of 3: Possibly a Kohler Sok Infinity tub
Capture the view. If adding organic elements inside the bathroom isn’t in the game plan, then consider making the most of your wall space by adding oversized windows. The view itself will relax you.
Organic Inspirations
“colors selected” — abelsom
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks14,393
Questions6
Main Line house for 100 years, so it’s on its third life. The mirror can slide along the barn door track. In the shower, pebble tile adds another organic element underfoot, while a window provides a view out to the valley.Sconces: O’Lampia Lighting; sliding hardware: Leatherneck Hardware
“Light” — johngaye
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
the Bauhaus Bathrooms
Ideabooks8,720
Questions5
This luminous strip of green in a neutral bathroom adds an organic element and some much-needed color.
“Shimmer” — tigery5
Cottam Hargrave
CH portfolio
Ideabooks13,336
Questions8
Organic elements are cool
too dark, but elements OK
“Rocks” — reidorox
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Guest Suite & Bath
Ideabooks7,979
Questions9
organic elements, raw steel and exposed pipe are very cool
“Floor” — Jennifer Burns
Amory Brown
Putney, Loft Conversion
Ideabooks2,857
Questions2
Earth-tone pebble walls and flooring in the bathroom, paired with simple white organic-shaped sink and tub
I like the use of earth elements like pebbles and wood.
Organic element. Walking barefoot is a must in this unique bathroom; who needs reflexology when your feet can get all the health-giving benefits they require from
“stone and white” — Michele J
Juli Baier Interior Design
4 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks1
Questions0
organic elements
“Vibrant color” — Marie Keaney
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks1,368
Questions5
organic feel, interesting stone wall behind tub
The guest room's en suite features wall tile from Walker Zanger that "provides a contemporary take on a rustic element," says Riker. "We designed the floating vanities, the sconces and the walnut millwork to match the hotel-like environment of the bedroom. It feels
Guest bathroom with a very contemporary with rustic element feel
The guest room's en suite features wall tile from Walker Zanger that "provides a contemporary take on a rustic element," says Riker. "We designed the floating vanities, the sconces and the walnut millwork to match the hotel-like environment of the bedroom. It feels much more custom than just slapping
“like the sink and colors in here” — jdgilpin
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