SPOTLIGHT ON: Celebrity Bathrooms

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Celebrity Bathrooms

We perceive the lifestyle of celebrities as living at its finest; from housing to holidaying, to fashion and interior design. Whether intentionally or unintentionally, celebrities influence trends and directions in all fields of design, and it is not surprising that glimpses into their homes and wardrobes often inspire they we dress and decorate our homes.

Brought together by world’s renowned interior designers and featuring the finest finishes and vanities, we hope these five celebrity bathrooms will provide heaps of inspiration for your next bathroom design.

Sarah Jessica Parker

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Source: architecturaldigest.com

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s two Manhattan townhouses both feature classic brick façades and bathrooms. One of their bathrooms features a spacious white tub with nearby floating wood shelves and a shower with glass doors.

Amy Schumer

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Source: celebuzz.com

Amy enjoys a spacious master suite complete with its own walk-in closet, double vanity and steam shower in clean and refined lines.

Cindy Crawford

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Source: architecturaldigest.com

Cindy Crawford and Rene Gerber’s house is not lacking in square meters. The suite has a huge shower cubicle with marble tiling, glass screens and a monsoon shower, all in soothing earthy tones.

Brooke Shields

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Source: architecturaldigest.com

The Manhattan townhouse Brooke Shields shares with her family has a formal design that complements the home’s original architectural details. Renovated in collaboration with designer David Flint Wood and MADE architects, the master bath includes a black-painted double-slipper tub at the window, a custom-designed vanity by MADE, and a mosaic tile floor by Walker Zanger.

Ellen Degeneres

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Source: architecturaldigest.com

The beautiful Beverly Hills home shared by Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi is filled with antiques, artwork and global influences. The gorgeous master bath features stained-walnut vanities with limestone countertops. Floors are marble and the mother-of-pearl mirrors are from India.