With little or no divide, these bedroom-bathrooms represent the most immodest take on the ensuite design.
Nothing like a cold shower to wake you up, literally, the moment you climb out of bed.
And a tub beside the bed means more room in bathroom. Why not install a lavish shower.
This room is part of Ecologia Montréal by designer Gervais Fortin, Montreal’s first single-family home built to Platinum LEED standards.
A rustic take on the open-concept master bedroom.
And here we have a more minimalist design.
This see-through shower is part of a loft conversion in San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood. Trulia estimates the home’s worth at $1,768,000.
The bathroom opens up to the bedroom, which in turn opens up to the outdoors. Privacy be damned, this home is about maximum exposure.
Sauna, gas fireplace, glass wall — we love everything that’s happening here.
The bed-facing toilet might be taking the open-concept a step too far.
Photo: Ricardo Bofill Arhcitects
Spanish firm Ricardo Bofill Arhcitects designed this intimate suite in the W Barcelona Hotel.
Photo: Fresh Palace
The foliage-filled backdrop gives the impression that the bathroom is outdoors.
Photos: Wespi de Meuron Architekten
Recently featured in our post 21 homes that are doing exposed brick right, this room is part of Casa Olivi, a restored Italian farmhouse that you can rent for many thousands of dollars a week.
A clinical, space-age design from the future.
Photo: Nepa Gallery
Exposed brick and exposed bathers.
The bathtub-shelf combo is a clever space-saving design.
Photo: Camp Jabulani
One of the Zindoga Villas in South Africa’s luxury Camp Jabulani resort.
Photo: Piyawut Srisakul via ArchDaily
No room is clearly defined in Thailand’s Wonderwall House, where bathrooms open up to bedrooms and bedrooms open up to the outdoors.