Style on Point: A Brooklyn Townhouse with 3 Totally Different, Totally Beautiful Bathrooms

Style on Point: A Brooklyn Townhouse with 3 Totally Different, Totally Beautiful Bathrooms

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Taryn Williford
Mar 22, 2016
(Image credit: Dustin Aksland)

It's likely a pipe dream for most of us, but if any of you ever do get the chance to renovate three bathrooms in your massive city townhome, I'm going to suggest this idea: Give them each totally different looks. If you'd spotted the three photos in this post separately, you'd guess they belonged to three separate homes.

Actually, they're each situated in a 5-story, 5,200-square-foot Park Slope, Brooklyn, townhouse designed by Ensemble Architecture. (The home actually appears to have four separate baths, two of which have very similar styling.)

First up, the tiled bath above, with its glitchy striped tile pattern that runs across the floor and up into an open linen closet nook.

(Image credit: Dustin Aksland)

Next, the airy, cloud-inspired powder room with its watercolor wallpaper and brass details.

(Image credit: Dustin Aksland)

And finally, the master bath which is the most modern and masculine space with a really beautiful gray-blue subway tile. You can see more of the home here from Ensemble Architecture.

Which of the bathrooms is your favorite?

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