a few weeks ago i got my new the world of interiors. they suggested the book magnificent baths! i took them up on their suggestion and guess what- it’s magnificent!

a collection of baths ranging from baroque to minimal, from traditional to modern, from beautiful to magnificent! all photographed by massimo listri during his travels around the world to the most luxurious hotels, palazzos and homes- now coming to you via sunday book club!

today we are exposed to so many images and most of the time i feel like i’ve already seen most of them. well, to my delight most of these images i haven’t seen before- i was most excited about oscar de la renta’s former bath at the casa de campo caribbean resort, santo domingo, dominican republic- you know how much i adore him! here are fifteen that caught my eye, however, there are many, many more magnificent baths in the book!

i hope you see something new too- i know you will see something magnificent! i love that word! enjoy!



the stately bath of palazzo papafava in padua, italy

turkish bath in florence by architect marianna gagliarda

fashion editor allessandra lippini’s bath in marrakech

minimal and classic bath in beverly hills

another view of the turkish bath in florence by architect marianna gagliarda

minimal bath in the dominican republic by spanish architect joaquin torres

the bath at casa alexandra on the tuscan coast in pietrasanta, italy

clean, minimal and sleek bath of architect lee mindel in south hampton- every bath should have an hermés pippa stool!

guest bath in the overview hotel owned by philippa “pip” simmons. harbour island, bahamas.

a bath in the casa de campo caribbean resort, santo domingo, dominican republic. once the residence of oscar de la renta.

another view of oscar de la renta’s former bath in the dominican republic

a bath designed tom scheerer on harbour island

a turquoise bath in marrakech

photographer massimo listri’s bath in florence

a rustic bath of serene blue and gray marble in il castelluccio, sicily.



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