Design Covet | Mediterranean Inspired Bathrooms

  • We journey across the globe to uncover some of our favourite Mediterranean inspired bathrooms which offer a rustic warmth, tranquillity and natural aesthetic.

    Join us as we revisit six of our favourite Mediterranean inspired bathrooms from across Europe. From an Ibizan farmhouse retreat to a Provincial summer house in the South of France, we take note of the design elements that personify ‘Mediterranean soul’; rustic warmth, artisanal details and an earthy foundational palette.

    San Carlos Home by Hollie Bowden

    San Carlos Finca by Hollie Bowden

    Hollie Bowden has earned herself a well-deserved, global reputation for layering interiors with an eclectic mix of old meets new. In this Ibizan farmhouse retreat, Hollie based her design around the character of a ‘bohemian-paradise’. The bathroom continues this theme by featuring an earthy palette, soft-edges, and built-in concrete forms with exposed timber beams throughout.

    Villa Vora by K Studio

    It doesn’t get much more Mediterranean than Villa Vora by K Studio. A boutique villa accommodation located in Santorini, Greece, Villa Vora exudes a fluid design based around contrasts, reveals and concealment, and is a celebration of the lime-washed volcanic rock that it’s carved from. The bathroom is a luxurious extension of this which offers guests a modern take on traditional Mediterranean craftsmanship and materials.

    Villa Vora by K-Studio

    The Mediterranean bathroom at Villa Vora highlights the subtle luxuries offered by the Vasaltis marble stone countertop and modern metal fixtures.


    Villa E by Studio Ko

    Studio Ko has established a unique signature style with a focus on traditional techniques and materials throughout all their projects. Warm, agricultural yet minimalist; this is an aesthetic which extends to the pared-back and textural bathroom inside their Moroccan based project, Ville E.

    Villa Pistache by Caprini & Pellerin Architectes

    Caprini & Pellerin Architectes behind Villa Pistache have perfectly captured a Mediterranean bathroom in this thoroughly French home with understated Provencial elegance. Located on the heights of Villeneuve Loubet overlooking the bay of Cagnes-sur-Mer, the simple bathroom inside Villa Pistache is a showcase of bespoke textures, artisanal beauty and naturally-inspired tones.

    Villa Pistache by Caprini Pellerin Architectes

    Caprini & Pellerin Architectes selected a contrasting, hand-rendered wall and industrial-inspired brushed brass tapware to ensure the Mediterranean character shone through.

    Oxygen House by Susanna Cotts

    A home encircled by medieval Spanish villages, sandy bays and rugged coastline requires a certain beauty that blends in with its natural surroundings. Susanna Cotts Oxygen House in Spain’s Emporda region is acutely aware of its ancient history and its design is a true celebration of its serene location. This generous Mediterranean bathroom exudes a soft, neutral palette which highlights the luxurious additions of marble, modern tapware and a bath – all under the exposed, rustic, timber roof.

    Casa Cook Chania by K Studio & Lambs and Lions

    Casa Cook Chania by K Studio and Lambs and Lions was created in perfect synergy with its craftsmanship roots and in keeping with its Cretan coastal context. With a design scope firmly grounded in its beachside locale, the bathrooms not only honour the hotel’s minimalist elements with nods to local artisans, but also celebrate the natural materials that enclose it.

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