Tyler Peterson

2021-02-05 1 64

Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom

This is a luxury bathroom with everything you would need from a bathroom. With a clean contemporary style and many modern influences, this bathroom can support anyone. Despite its contemporary design and feel, this bathroom still retains a homelike feel by blending styles with the various pieces of artwork and decorations throughout.

Floor Plan 21.66㎡

The floorplan is laid out to allow for the essentials to be easily accessible but the more long-term and time-consuming uses to still feel.

Space Showcase 5 Renders

Master Bathroom

Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

720°

This image shows off the large bay window and the elaborate lighting features present to give the area an extra feeling of luxury.
Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

720°

This is a view from inside the tub towards the door. From this view, we can see the paintings that decorate the walls, which could be made into additional shelving if needed, the closet is also clearly in view with privacy glass. Also in view is the shower door which is almost completely reflective.
Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

720°

This is a view from the entrance of the bathroom. Here we can see and get to everything in the bathroom and there is clear, easy, and access to the closet to the right of the image and the sink.

Compartmentalized Water Closet

Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

720°

This area is decorated with simple decorations as to not over complicate or clutter the space. This small space is almost a separation from the main bathroom and I wanted to preserve that by changing to a lighter color and decorating the space slightly differently.

Shower

Tyler Peterson's Dream Bathroom Interior Design Render

720°

This is a view from inside the shower. This shower has a large glass door that is very reflective from the outside but allows the person inside the shower to still look out of it. This glass door and glass window section on the side of the shower gives the shower a much bigger and more open feeling.

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  • Ty Trapani

    Fantástico

    25 November