39 Mesmerizing bathrooms welcoming in nature

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If you draw inspiration from the visual and aural appeal of nature in your home, trying immersing the natural landscape into your bathroom design scheme. Creating your own private sanctuary with a natural concept in mind is all about adding texture, lots of glass, and the right bathroom fixtures. A part of designing next to nature, is to also bring nature into your design, by applying elements that simulate what you would see outside in nature. These items can include rich woods, pebbles, rocks, water, earthy stones and plenty of textures. Todays modern luxury bathroom encompass steam showers, soaking tubs, TVs and even surround sound, all outfitted with beautiful fixtures and furnishings. In order to have this personal spa oasis, drawing in nature will complete the ambiance. This can be done by adding glass walls, which can be fixed or sliding into a wall cavity so that you blur the lines between the indoors and the exterior.

A glass enclosed shower can also help (it also makes the shower feel more spacious), especially if you bring lots of plants into your bathroom. A freestanding tub, or one that is inset into the floor, can be either right in the visual line of the outdoors or even on a deck or on its own covered veranda in the garden. Part of the experience is being able to see the sights and sounds of nature and breath the in fresh air. If you are lucky enough to live somewhere warm all year round, this experience can be truly magical. So lets enjoy the visual experience, even if it is just a daydream, and have a look at these 39 bright and airy bathrooms here on 1 Kindesign, all of which invite nature to be a part of the journey!

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Let us know which bathroom is your favorite, we love your feedback! While you are at it, check out some more inspiration featured here on 1 Kindesign, 47 Awesome outdoor bathrooms leaving you feeling refreshed and 60 Most incredible bathrooms with breathtaking views.

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The bath walls open to reveal an outdoor bath, blurring the boundaries between indoors and out. With a stone wall surround, the space is very private and zen feeling.

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With the walls opening on a track system and disappearing into a wall cavity, taking a bath in this copper soaking tub will make you feel completely immersed in nature; especially with the lush, tropical vegetation on this Hawaiian property.

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How cool is this bathroom? The bathtub feels more like a hot tub on a deck that rises above a heavily wooded forest. It does not get much better than this!

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This home feels like a part of nature with a private courtyard of plants outside of the bathroom.

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Nestled on a its own platform, this custom Indonesian river rock tub features uplighting so that you can take a heavenly bath after sunset. A tumbled stone wall covered with pebble tiles behind the tub houses a water spout to fill up the tub with soothing warm water. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this is the perfect spot to enjoy fresh air and relaxation.

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The colors and materials used in this heavenly glass enclosed shower are reminiscent of the outdoors. With the wall tiles taking on a white sandy beach, the black tile is obsidian lava and a flooring of beach pebbles, all that’s missing is the ocean! Flagstone steps takes you to an outdoor shower that is in complete privacy.

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