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10 of the most popular bathrooms on Dezeen

This week we're counting down the most-pinned bathrooms on Dezeen, including a copper-clad washroom in the English countryside to a glass-walled room that looks onto an interior garden in Japan. The bathroom of this barn-inspired extension to a house in Melbourne by Australian studio Whiting Architects uses oak flooring to create a sink and shower platform. Studio Four used a palette of white and pale timber to maximise brightness inside the bathroom of Alfred Street Residence, which is also in Melbourne. Residents of this cliffside home designed by Dualchas on the northwest coast of Scotland's Isle of Skye can enjoy views of the picturesque setting from the bath. The most popular bathroom on Pinterest is this wetroom inside Myrtle Cottage Garden Studio, designed by Bath-based architects Stonewood Design in the English countryside. A copper shower wall echoes the cladding used on the outside of the building and contrasts with the concrete sink. From Dezeen: Read More