When it comes to Hollywood often, the sky’s the limit with interior design. The silver screen has featured some of the most ostentatious kitchens and bathroom spaces imaginable thanks to budgets that can realise the dream, even if they sometimes feel purely designed to make audiences feel envious. While occasionally, onscreen bathrooms can stand out for the wrong reasons, others can inspire with their architectural brilliance. From classic gangster flicks, Hitchcockian thrillers to modern-day Bond adventures and Oscar-winning dramas, listed in chronological order, we have explored some of the best bathrooms in Hollywood movies.
Quantum of Solace (2008)
We were treated to a surprising look at the luxurious living space of M’s London dwelling in Casino Royale after Bond broke into her apartment. However, in this direct sequel, we got an intimate sneak of her equally impressive bathroom. The bathroom has a sharp centralised marble tub (complete with all the bathtime accessories) and appears to combine some living room features, too, with an open fireplace and a couple of comfortably upholstered chairs to soften the space. It’s no doubt an idyllic place to unwind after a stressful day keeping tabs on the unruly exploits of her super spy.
Call Me By My Name (2017)
Call Me By Your Name may have won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, but we think the production design deserved a golden statue. The striking turquoise-hued art deco design of the Perlman’s Italian villa bathroom is a mesmerising reminder of how delightfully colourful bathrooms could be back in the 1980s. Why not try and recreate some Hollywood-style bathroom interior design glamour in your home by exploring our elegant selection of freestanding baths. You can also learn more about creating an ideal bathroom colour palette in our blog.