Six super-luxe bathrooms bigger than your bedroom

By Jennifer Laing | March 20, 2015 - 3:59PM

Most New York City bathrooms are cramped, functional spaces containing near-identical fixtures—the requisite sink, toilet, shower (or tub, if you're lucky)—so we really appreciate a home that devotes space and style to its loo. Here, we’ve rounded up apartments with some seriously impressive WCs. And while the size and style of the room won’t affect the business performed within, it will make getting the job done a bit more pleasant.

Who needs a den when you can catch up on the latest news via integrated televisions built into the mirrors of your vanity? This two-bedroom SoHo loft incorporates that high-tech feature in its master bath, plus a steam shower, Zuma tub and radiant heat floors, too.

There’s already plenty to love about this $25,000/month 3,300 square foot NoHo loft rental (13-foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, original columns, two fireplaces), but the en suite master bath with its WetStyle tub, Toto toilet and slate-tile double shower that converts to a glass-enclosed steam room had us at hello.

An entire family could attend to their morning toilette en masse in the 21 x 19 square foot master bath of this East Village townhouse. Outfitted with double sinks, a steam shower and a soaking tub, there’s still plenty of space left over for dressing, reading the paper, hosting a tea party. 

One of two master bathrooms in this $22.5 million four-bedroom penthouse duplex in Tribeca, this one's got two walk-in closets, a soaking tub, a separate shower and, yes, quite a view.


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