At this year’s Utah Valley Parade of Homes, builders and designers brought fresh ideas and elegant style to every part of the home, and the bathrooms are no exception. Bathrooms continue to deliver dramatic design with shapely tubs, spacious showers and decorative details as striking as those featured elsewhere in the home. With spaces this relaxing and beautiful, every night feels like a trip to the spa.
These freestanding tubs are strategically placed to allow homeowners to soak in the bath while taking in serene mountain views. Unique wall art and a luxurious chandelier only add to these spaces’ casual glamour.
Why leave it at plain white wallpaper? Bathrooms can be the perfect place to experiment with some unexpected patterns. In this bathroom, floral wallpaper adds some retro flair and a necessary splash of drama.
This bathroom embraces a classic black-and-white contrast with dark tile and light-colored countertops and cabinets. A bit of greenery adds an organic touch to the room.
The round mirrors and curved pendant lights soften this bathroom, which extends the rest of the home’s sleek, modern design.
Many of us default to boring bins underneath the sink, but thinking outside the plastic box can add the perfect finishing touch to a bathroom design. A wood stool and wicker basket are both practical storage containers and eye-catching decorative elements.
This bathroom boasts more of the intricate cabinetry featured throughout the rest of the home. A large rug gives the room a warm finish while echoing the ornate details of the other materials.
This covered tub is its own relaxing enclave, and the room is bathed in natural light from two windows overlooking the property.
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