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    Marilyn Monroe's NYC apartment bathroom has been updated with a jacuzzi.

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    Calacatta marble walls and a gleaming Rêve tub by Kohler brighten the master bath.

    The powder room's existing citrus-yellow wallpaper looks even fresher with the addition of a window shade in a chartreuse-yellow silk.

    If you're keen on the trend, have at it. Just make sure the door to the bathroom is locked before you step inside.

    Apparently, transparent tubs are trendy now.

    A beautiful bathtub like that (where we could escape reality with daily nighttime soaks) might be worth half of the asking price of this home alone.

    A modern, classic sconce sits next to the bed in this country home.

    A purple bathroom is one of many bright colored rooms in this southern bell-approved house.

    This shower head could seriously save you TONS of money.

    Though it's tough to choose a favorite space in this 7,000-square-foot home, we're drawn to the bathrooms.

    These subtle shades will grow with your child — from the terrible twos to the trying teens.

    In both the kitchen and the bathroom, this underrated feature can make a big splash.

    A little molding — and a daring wall color — offer the space a new 'tude.

    Imagine if your home decor Pinterest board sprung to life – certainly it would have perfectly styled with quaint patterned tile floors.

    We love bathrooms, and with so many beautiful styles and ideas out there, it's hard to pick just one, so we're not!

    Cement tiles are great for a bathroom floor because their textured surface has a grip to it. "It's not slippery," says Vidal. "And it's super durable and easy to maintain. If you somehow manage to stain it, you can always sand it down — because the color is integral to the tile — and reseal it."

    Vidal, who owns a cement tile company called Design Vidal, picked up on the exotic theme, adding the kind of cement floor tile you might see in Spain — with one major difference. "This pattern is based on a vintage block print from India," she explains. "I like to blur boundaries."

    his family added character to their home one great piece at a time.

    The now-luxurious area is kitted out with a dual shower and a claw-foot tub from Victoria + Albert, all finished with fittings from Habitat, a local hardware store.

    The Shaffers refashioned the hall closet into a powder room

    This house has lattice details, stained glass designs, pocket and floor-to-ceiling windows. As a result, the home is filled with natural light!

    Uniform hanging baskets add polish and hide not-so-pretty bath items (we're looking at you, extra toilet paper).