The Block bathroom ideas

Bathroom design ideas that break all the rules

If you thought The Block 2015’s glass bathtub or graffiti bath were unconventional design choices, then you haven’t seen a thing.

In an attempt to bring some Melbourne soul into The Block, we've all been impressed by Kingi and Caro's hip bathroom feature-- the graffiti-wrapped bath tub.

Speaking of innovative bathroom designs, we thought we'd put together a few of our favourites.

These bathroom designs give a whole new meaning to the word “unique”. They’re innovative, progressive, bold and daring and will have you knocking down that crusty old bathroom of yours to make its replacement the centrepiece of your house in next to no time.

From hotel bathrooms to country homes that have been put up for sale, unique bathroom design ideas can be sourced from every corner of the world- so let's take a look.


Cylindrical-styled, open-cube showers flanked with wall-high mirrors

Klapsons The Boutique Hotel


Sleek slate tiling

The Royalton Hotel, New York (Penthouse South)


Bike embedded to support white sink and shelf



Geometric basin

New Hotel, Athens


 Garden-shed inspired washroom

Smith and Mills


Living walls

Siol Studios


Cloud Concrete Toilet Paper Storage



Gentleman’s hand soap dispenser

Image by: Homepolish, Hendricks can be purchased at Dan Murphy's


Open showers

CTA Group


Curved partition walls



Exposed piping

Bo Reudler Studio


Walk-in bathtub

via Message Note


Beautiful mosaic tile motifs

via Fine & Country


Bathroom fabrics

via decoholic


Custom wall hand hooks

Image: Better Homes and Gardens, similar product can be found on: Etsy

Feature image: Channel 9

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