This artist's lofty live/work residence in Toronto feature a few eccentric elements, perhaps most of all this bedroom-cum-bathroom. The space may look luxe, but it's a mixture of bed and lamps from IKEA with an inexpensive bathtub from Neptune.
For their modern home in rural New Hampshire, Scott McCullough and Jessica Cook, both architectural designers, sought to update the New England vernacular. Their wood-lined bedroom features a freestanding tub with a view.
At this renovated Harlem row house, sliding panels open the hot tub to the master bedroom. The architects designed the passive-solar house to collect heat in winter and screen it out in the hot months, and installed an energy-efficient radiant heating/cooling system in the floors.
In the bedroom of this eccentric Marfa home, an improbably placed tub is situated in front of two closets that can easily be maneuvered thanks to skateboard wheels affixed to the underside.
At this transformed Brooklyn warehouse, a bathtub was placed behind the bed, a good example of how the artist who lives there likes to break down spatial boundaries and traditional designations of rooms.