You won't be able to stop staring at these gorgeous (and spotless) all-white bathrooms.
Emmy Rossum's New York City bathroom has a custom vanity with fittings by ; the walls, sink and floor are lined in , the medicine cabinet is by and the sconce is by .
In a restored Long Island farmhouse, the white-washed bathroom boasts ceiling lights that are by , the walls are painted in and the window frame is painted in ; the wooden ship artwork was found in Europe.
The master bath of Amanda Seyfried's Catskills house features a custom vanity with fittings by , the sconce is from , the floor tile is by , and the beadboard is painted in .
John Robshaw's Connecticut country home has a sink cabinet in the upstairs bath from Syria, the shower curtain and rug are by Robshaw himself, the sconce is by , and the 19th-century Spanish encaustic floor tiles are from Michael Trapp.
A guest bathroom in a Hamptons home has a claw-foot tub, original to the house, with fittings from Waterworks. The stool is from Bloom, and the artwork is by Michael Dweck.
It's all glam in this Manhattan apartment overlooking Central Park. The master bath’s sink and tub fittings are by and the flooring and walls are white marble.
Although this West Village apartment's master bathroom has black granite floors, white is the space's defining color. The sinks are by and have fittings, the seat cushion is covered in a terry cloth, and the ceiling light and sconces are 1960s Italian.
Architect and conjured a Greenwich retreat that's the perfect blend of pastoral comfort and urban style, with the master bath as perfect proof. The tub by has fittings by , the Hans J. Wegner stool is from and the 1970s Luigi Caccia pendant light is from . The Thassos floor tile is from and the walls are sheathed in Venetian plaster.
In television producer Ellen Rakieten's Chicago home, designed by and , the master bath's clean white aesthetic is anchored by a striking Venetian-style mirror from .
In this bright master bath in Harlem, the eye-catching white tub is by . The fittings are by and the washstand is by . The white atmosphere is shadowed just enough by a dark wood floor.
In this English family home that is a farm-turned-modern-abode, the airy white bathroom features an antique French mirror and a tub and fittings by . The vintage chair is by .
In actress Lori Loughlin's bathroom, the arched design and spotless white palette makes the space worth of royalty. The white tub is by and the floor is tiled in Super Thassos marble. The vanity and chair are custom designs.
A serene oasis for a young British traveler in Marrakech features a peaceful, spa-like bathroom. The white Philippe Starck sink is by and the mirror is Venetian.
In French designer Christian Liaigre's St. Barts beach home, the guest bathroom is white from the floorboards to the ceiling — with just a dark window frame and flooring made of local brown stone for contrast. The white sink and its fittings are by , and the shelves and steel-frame mirror were made by local craftsmen.
In Meg Ryan's beach house, designed by Marsha Russell of , the breezy master bathroom feels like an outdoor oasis brought indoors. The antique earthenware tub is from and the towel bars are by . The mosaic floor is by .
White-oak cabinetry is the star in 's bath, along with a complementary custom-made light fixture by . The photograph on the counter is by George Hoyningen-Huene.
John Mayer's master bathroom is just as soothing as his music, with a Carrara-marble tub and matching white walls. The floor tiles are by , a woven stool is from and the towels are .
In the powder room of a Paris pied-à-terre shared by designer and his business partner, Roth Martin, who helm the San Francisco gallery , white paint visually expands the tiny space. The brass mirror is circa-1950 and the French collapsible tripod table is vintage.
One splash of blue in a wall sculpture by Helmut Pizzinini is enough color for this white bathroom in an 18th-century Italian palazzo. The sconce is by Ignazio Gardella and the vanity is vintage.
In this SoHo loft bathroom covered completely in white marble, a 1960s light fixture hangs above a cantilevered Carrara marble sink. A large, frameless mirror continues the peaceful tone of the white aesthetic.
Slight pops of color in flowers and a print by Andy Warhol are exclamation points in the otherwise white master bath of Drew Aaron and Hana Soukupova's Manhattan apartment designed by . The sconces are by , the vintage chair is from the '40s and a lacquered-glass stool is from .
A white base is accented just slightly by earthy notes in this guest bath, which features Vendome sconces by Thomas O'Brien for . The white salvaged tub is from the 1920s.
In a California cottage decorated by , white keeps the narrow space from looking shadowed and cluttered. A light blue, elegant dresser provides just the right amount of contrast to the white cabinetry, walls, chair and countertop.
In the home of architect Lee F. Mindel of , the white master bath features fittings, a bathtub and quartzite floors. Large windows allow sunlight to flood the space and bounce off the white floors.
In the New York penthouse of fashion designer Jill Stuart, white makes the contemporary master bath timelessly crisp. The space's glittering crystal light fixture give the space just a brush of femininity.
In this unabashedly stylish master bath of a Soho loft, the walls are painted in . The tub is by and the antique mirrors are Italian.
White gets a glamorous twist in this mater bathroom, which features a circa-1960s light fixture by Sarfatti above a tub. The walls are sheathed in white marble and the geometric side table is by Achille Salvagni.
In a Manhattan apartment designed by , a bathroom's structure is kept minimalistic with a white color palette to match. The space showcases a vanity and undermount sinks by . The fittings are by , and the white wastebasket is by John Brauer.
White framed mirrors, an overhead white light fixture and a minimalistic vanity keeps this bathroom in a modern Washington, D.C., home designed by Darryl Carter perfectly practical yet sleek in design.