The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Begin and end each day in pampered luxury. Here, a deep bathtub sits below a sun or moonlit window. White porcelain floral sconces and tile-framed mirror are flanked by custom storage cabinets. The white travertine countertop, repeated on the floor, unifies the space – and the mood. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

White travertine floors and Italian white-glass bamboo wall tile create a serene spa-like environment for this master bathroom. The shower has a fully integrated steam shower with linear drain and white onyx detail. Sauna built for two with integrated television. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Clean lines and neutral colors create serenity in this bathroom. Hand-selected agate tiles, designed to look as though they were cascading down the wall, add interest while respecting the simplicity of the space. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Floor–to–ceiling white glass tile, custom mirrors, glass mosaic shower wall and contemporary pedestal sinks update this Westhampton Beach guest bathroom. The Palisandro Bluette marble floor creates contrast and luxury. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This powder room is made grand with a custom ebony Makassar cabinet and surface–mounted platinum blown–glass sink. Chihuly–inspired pendant chandelier adds drama while Italian wallpaper above the restored wainscoting offers warmth. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This is how to take a classic Hamptons cottage bathroom and freshen it for a young child. A playful cabana effect was created on the walls by a faux artist while the original tile floor was retained to respect the home's history. Photo by Genevieve Garruppo.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Maritime meets Japanese bathhouse in this luxurious bathroom designed for a well-traveled client. Quartered oak in a light finish warms the space. A playful portal peeks out from the wash closet and a steam room opens directly to shower, so you don't have to step out of it. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This room was designed for a busy executive couple wanting a space where bathing would rejuvenate the senses. A curved stainless steel tub adds contrast against the natural wood wall opposite. Soothing river rocks line the shower floor. Two ceramic sinks resemble Japanese rice bowls. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A new entrance created with a Shoji door and wall adds space to this bathroom. A small corner – featuring a roll–about makeup dresser and stool, a shelving unit for towels and accessories, and a hamper neatly tucked into the cabinetry – does the work of a much larger bathroom. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Never fight a small space; embrace it. This jewel–box bathroom embraces its size with floating Italian glass sink and small corner shower with frameless doors. Ceiling–high tumbled marble tiles create the illusion of space against a French antique terra cotta floor glazed Azul blue. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.