10 Drool-Worthy Celebrity Bathrooms

10 Drool-Worthy Celebrity Bathrooms

Even if you don’t have a spare million to spend on a new bathroom, it doesn’t hurt to dream, does it? These 10 celebrity bathrooms take the phrase “spa-like retreat” to a whole new level. Which one strikes your fancy?

1. Kim Kardashian’s Private Sanctuary


It’s reported that Kim Kardashian and hubby Kanye West sank $20 million of their hard-earned cash on a new estate in the California hills. But when another home close to mom Kris’s place came on the market, the couple decided to move there instead.The 8,000 square-foot house, built in 2012, includes “his and hers” master baths. I’m guessing this marble-bedecked beauty featuring a crystal chandelier and pedestal tub is hers.

2.Cameron Diaz’s Manhattan Jewel Box




Most of us know Cameron Diaz for her roles in films like There’s Something About Maryand The Mask. What the public probably doesn’t know about the actress is that she has excellent taste, according to interior designer Kelly Wearstler, who helped Diaz decorate her 2,400-sq.-ft. apartment in New York City’s West Village. This guest bath features pink onyx walls and vanity top, a lavatory sink by Bates and Bates, and brass faucet by Waterworks. “The palette reflects Cameron herself—it’s innately sexy without being over flashy,” says Wearstler.

3.Adam Levine’s Laid-Back L.A. Pad




Pop superstar Adam Levine opted for a more streamlined look for his 1940’s-era ranch-style home. With help from interior designer Mark Haddawy, the marble-clad master bath features a vintage clawfoot tub from Architectural Detail and a table by midcentury designer Paul McCobb.

4. Bobby Flay’s Dream House in The Hamptons


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Renowned chef and TV personality Bobby Flay wanted to keep things low-key and casual in the home he and his wife, actress Stephanie March, share in the woodsy Hamptons hamlet of Amagansett. The light-infused master bath features Moroccan handmade cement tiles, aJapanese soaking tub and a his-and-hers shower with fittings by Lefroy Brooks.

5.Liv Tyler’s Romantic L.A. Retreat


Actress Liv Tyler no longer resides in this Los Angeles estate, but I’m sure the memory of this romantic bathroom will live on forever.

6.Brooke Shields’ Greenwich Village Townhouse


The Manhattan townhouse Brooke Shields shares with her husband and children has a formal design that complements the home’s original architectural details. Renovated in collaboration with designer David Flint Wood and MADE architects, the master bath includes a black-painted double-slipper tub at the window, a custom-designed vanity by MADE, and a mosaic tile floor by Walker Zanger.

7.Ellen Pompeo’s Mediterranean Abode


Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo‘s passion for all things Mediterranean shines through in her 1920s Spanish-style home in the Hollywood Hills. Yet despite the Tuscan-inspired decor in the rest of the house, this master bath features distinctive Asian influences, including an antique Chinese bamboo ladder, a zinc garden stool and a teak étagère by Waterworks.

8.Julianne Moore’s Meticulous NYC Renovation


Every inch of Oscar-nominated actress Julianne Moore’s West Village townhouse was carefully restored to reveal its original craftsmanship. In the third-floor master bath, the clean lines of the marble soaking tub and midcentury-inspired double vanity contrast with the traditional fireplace and wide-plank hardwood floors.

9.Ellen DeGeneres’ Eclectic Home


The gorgeous Beverly Hills home shared by Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi is filled with antiques, artwork and global influences. The elegant master bath features stained-walnut vanities with limestone countertops. Floors are marble and the mother-of-pearl mirrors are from India. The bronze cat sculpture is by Diego Giacometti.

10.John Legend’s Outdoor Spa-aah


Singer-songwriter John Legend‘s Los Angeles home features a sumptuous master bath with custom teak cabinetry. But the real highlight is the outdoor bathing space, which features a basalt tub with Dornbracht fittings.


What are your thoughts?