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Glass Bathrooms We Could Spend All Day In

Thanks to indoor-outdoor bathrooms, lounging around a luxurious spa and communing with the great outdoors aren’t mutually exclusive activities. Homeowners want the pleasure of a hot shower while also enjoying great outdoor views. Vast expanses of glass bring the indoors outside, allowing people to soak in a tub while soaking in views. Here are five lavish lavatories we love.
Showered in Sunshine near Las Vegas

Showered in Sunshine near Las Vegas

For this remodeled 1950s farm house, architect Michael Gardner, principal of Studio G Architecture, created an indoor-outdoor shower using Western Window Systems multi-slide doors. “You can feel like you’re in the bathtub outside,” he says. “And when you’re in the master shower, you’re looking straight out at the vista, up to the mountains and through the thick trees.”

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Lone Star Home Spa

Lone Star Home Spa

Celebrated architect Charles Todd Helton designed this Texas gem with a Frank Lloyd Wright aesthetic – lots of open space, high ceilings, and vast expanses of glass. The glass in the bathroom allows for self-reflection (literally, in the form of several mirrors) while also providing privacy.

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Eye-Popping Popout in Newport Beach

Eye-Popping Popout in Newport Beach

Stylishly set into a V-shaped popout room in the rear of a contemporary Craftsman home in Newport Beach, commercial architect Ken Wink’s bathroom – like most of the 5,000-square-foot residence – was inspired by Wink’s tour of seven Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the Chicago area. While soaking in the elevated drop-in tub, bathers can take in garden views through stacked windows.

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Provo Panorama

Provo Panorama

When it comes to communing with nature while bathing in private, the master bathroom in this 6,600-square-foot house in Utah by Blackbox Design Studios sets the standard. The spacious marble tile shower includes a bench for bathing in the verdant valley views, and the freestanding bathtub sits against a stunning window wall.

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Bathed in White

Bathed in White

Nevada designers Katie and Charles Reibel call their 8,150-square-foot home “Shades of White.” The aptly named modernist marvel west of Las Vegas includes a master bathroom decked out with a glass wall. The picturesque views of rolling green lawns provide a perfect pop of color against the stark white interior décor.

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