Meet the most amazing and coolest Bathrooms you have ever seen

Terrifying Bathroom with a view

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This stunning yet terrifying bathroom is situated on the top of an un-used 15 storey elevator trough. This pent house was created by a Mexican architecture Hernandez Silva in Guadalajara. When used by the owners of the building, they can look down easily through the glass floor to the bottom of the trough. The structure of this enthralling, magnificent bathroom created by the walls and slabs has been designed in such a way that the architects could extend the walls of the penthouse making it more spacious with bigger windows fixed inside. The bathroom no doubt is one attractive beauty but if you go there the bottom shaft may give you some spooks as if though you’ll be swallowed by it.

Aquarium Bathroom

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The aquarium bathroom built by Mumin Papa Café in Japan is one attractive restroom which gives you a look as if enjoying the underwater world and the beautiful marine life. But that’s not true because it is only decorated and designed with under-water sea creatures and live three sided standard wallpaper portraying the aquatic life. The purpose of designing this bathroom cum aquarium was to make folks feel relieved as if swimming in the ocean.

Vertigo Bathroom

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This Bathroom would definitely make you feel all twisted and upside down because its walls happen to be covered with vertigo looking wallpaper that will make you feel deeply confused and dizzy as if trapped among huge buildings and there’s no way out. It’s not really a good option for the elderly and those who fret heights. So make sure while stepping inside, before it’s too late. Just kidding!

Mountainous Brook

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Mountainous Brook, a natural bathroom for the city is a unique and groundbreaking bathroom suite which has been designed inside metropolitan buildings to produce a natural ambience for the users. This outstanding bathroom gives you a feeling of a highly advanced, stylish restroom which will be very common in future days. It combines a basin, a shower and a commode in one single unit saving most of the area of the bathroom which is why it has proven to be quite successful for the urban departments.

Pure Gold Bathroom

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Gold lavish Tub

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Imagine a bathroom made up of pure eye sparkling, charming gold. Well then hold your horses, because this gorgeous; world’s most costliest and luxurious toilet is situated in Hong Kong. A Chinese mogul Lam Sai wing built a Swiss Horn Gold palace in 2001. The entire washroom had cost ample of gold and gemstones. But can we guess what could be the prize of the complete Gold Palace. Billions perhaps. Yet it was melted down in 2008 excluding the Gold throne. I wonder why they would melt it.

Compact bathroom

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Let’s fancy a bathroom veiled inside a cabinet. Whoa. Because having seen such a bathroom can either happen in dreams only or some truly remarkable crazy architects out there can do so. And yes, this compact Bathroom is a crystal clear design right in front of us. When you open up the cabinet, there in the whole unit you’ll find segments which can be pulled out easily to use a basin, a bath tub or a toilet. Amazing however clever enough!

Viewing Platform Bathroom

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This very elegant, beautiful bathroom stands on a 76th floor Columbia Tower which shows an amazing view of Seattle, major cities of United States. It’s made up of marble floors, marble counters and own sink which heads right towards the eye capturing view of the sky line. This dazzling bathroom is only to be used by women to relax from a tiresome day. Whereas, most of the gentlemen are keen to check out the attractive bathroom sights.

Swiss Army knife Bathroom

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Never seen something this strange before because this extremely complicated invention happens to be the world’s first folded, erect bathroom known as Swiss Army knife. It was built for those householders who lack spacious washrooms and find it hard to fit all the sanitary objects in there. It has been made up of steel holding a sink, a toilet, two showers, basin and a small cupboard for keeping tooth brushes or tissue rolls and is 8ft tall. This backbone designed bathroom is the discovery of Paul Heron, the award winning designer of Huddersfield. Applauses for this crazy invention!

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