This bathroom has a large shower and a tub for soaking. The shower has no enclosure (aka, a wet room), which saves on materials – although we don’t see much in the way of water saving features. An open shower space like this also makes it harder to keep the bather warm. There are, however, natural materials for the flooring, and the ceramic tile. More cast concrete is found in a second bathroom, but this time we see a small corner shower without an enclosure.
More guest space is tucked away in this room filled with flea market found lighting. The desk lamps soften the bare space. This is an interesting use of a small space that takes inspiration from the trend for tiny spaces with everything built in.
This final bed/bath blended space is quite a sanctuary as it allots almost as much space to the tub as it does the bed! This private room is filled with natural light, making it inviting and cozy. Although it is not clear how the water in this home is heated, let’s hope there is a heat exchanger or in-line heater to offset the power needed for a really deep relaxing bath!