New York City is the epicenter of both architecture and interior design. And no quest to uncover the best in bathroom décor would be complete without scaling the heights of Trump Tower. This apartment, high above Manhattan on the 56th floor, sports a view most city dwellers would die for. Its size would also make most New Yorkers green with envy. Formerly two separate residences, the space has since been fused into one by renowned architect Charles Rabinovitch.
When you're 750 feet up in the air, turning two apartments into one can yield some pretty inventive designs. The breathtaking curved walls and transom windows that lead into the master bathroom are just two examples of that.
The granite countertop and stone trough sink are pure Italian craftsmanship. Rabinovitch had a mockup made of the wall's shape and then sent the specifications to Italy, where fabricators carved this sink and vanity out of stone and shipped it all the way to New York.
Behind the curvaceous construction of the outer walls resides a fully-enclosed glass shower. The state-of-the-art space is equipped with body sprays, soothing rain heads and an elegant Italian granite bench.
To create a theatrical backdrop, the walls are covered in cream-colored limestone and surrounded by rolling waves of jade green and marble mosaic.
The luxurious spa-like shower is connected to a top-of-the-line media system. The homeowners can either listen to the sound system or watch videos or TV through the glass shower surround.