13 of the Most Serene and Glamorous Baths from the Galerie Archives
These refreshing spaces by Pierre Yovanovitch, Bryan Graybill, Marmol Radziner, Lee Ledbetter, and more offer inspiration in spades
There are few things as relaxing as taking a deep soak at the end of an exhausting day, so it’s no surprise that designers spend extra effort to conjure a serene bath for homeowners looking for a soothing escape. Marble, with its timeless beauty and remarkable versatility, is a popular choice for such spaces—as evidenced by the richly veined Arabescato Corchia variety that architect Lee Ledbetter selected for a primary bath in a New Orleans landmark. Another commonly seen stone is silvery travertine, blocks of which were imported from Tuscany by architecture firm Marmol Radziner to sheathe a skylit shower and tub area in a Palm Springs home.
For even more inspiration—including rooms that feature cedar, tilework, and milk paint—Galerie has mined our archives to find a dozen of the most serene and glamorous baths. See them below.