While bathrooms are often viewed as functional spaces, there’s been a noticeable shift from merely serviceable to spectacularly spa-like. These airy baths – all from Sebastian-built projects – combine beauty and relaxation to create rooms you never want to leave.

From the wood paneled entry, to the cozy fireplace, this bathroom is your oasis. 

The bathroom at the Crescent Residence conveys calm and relaxation. Interior design by Deborah Walker Interiors and architecture by Richard Drummond Davis adds up to a Luxe Red award-winning home. 

The shell bath in the Beverly project, designed by Laura Lee Clark, is a showstopper unlike any other. 

Meadowood’s all white bath, with spectacular standalone tub, exudes serenity.
(Architecture by SHM Architects; interior design by Seitz Interior Design.)

Strait Lane’s clean lines were originally designed by famed modernist, Philip Johnson and renovated by Bodron + Fruit.

Warm wood sets off crisp white walls and sleek fittings in this California home, with interiors by Lane McCook & Associates.

Designer Marci Barnes of M Barnes & Co wanted the rooms at Athens Farm to be “fresh, light, put-your-feet-up spaces.”

Hallberg Wiseley Designers created a master bath in the Desert Residence 1 that feels like a luxury oasis.

If clean lines and soothing hues are your thing, you’ll love Neal Stewart Designs‘ work on the Mansion project.

Modern marvel Oak Court’s interiors, by Cadwallader Design, “reminds us that good design and beauty are timeless.”