Celebrity Bathrooms Sneek Peek

Firstly I wanted to thank Debby from over on http://inspireddecorating.blogspot.com/for my new page template & header, looks fabulous doesnt it? Well I have also been working on putting together two new extra page's to my new look blog over the past couple of days, one dedicated to bathroom ideas, tips & advice & the other on kitchens. I hope what I have put together has lots of useful content for you.  So now that the new page's are live I thought it would be fitting to post some inspirational bathroom images & theres nothing more intriguing than a celebrity pad or two. So heres a few from my favorites that I found recently over on Elle Decor. Lets have a little nose round now...... 
This stunning master bathroom is that of filmaker Michael Bay from his Miami Beach home.
Its a beauifully designed open feeling space with etched-stone tiles & a cast concrete bathtub.
I love actress Ellen Pompeo's master bathroom from her Hollywood Hills home. It has a distinctively rustic feel to this space with the beautiful antique terracotta floor tiles & the bamboo ladder. It is an inviting space with its fresh white walls contrasted against the wooden beams & the wooden shelving unit to house towels & accessories. The zinc garden stool is a wonderful finishing touch to this bathroom.
The bold wallpaper in the powder room of actor Anthony Edwards from his Manhatten apartment he shares with Jeanine lobell, just oozes glamour & luxuary. It brings some drama to the basic pottery in this space.

This bathroom is one of six at the Marrakeck guesthouse of Yves Saint Laurent. The tilework is simply exquisite. In an array of tranquil hues it gives the sense of an exotic spa.

So which is your favourite celebrity bathroom?
The detailed tilework in the bathroom of Yves Saint Laurent is remarkable it really does shout luxury. Its a fabulously designed space by Bill Willis who also designed the other five bedrooms in this house but I am rather liking the rustic elegance of actress Ellen Pompeo's bathroom. I think the simplicity here wins for me.

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