Robbie Williams' luxurious bathroom is the ultimate non-conformist space – experts love its 'cozy' feel

This timeless space is less of a bathroom and more of a relaxing living room

Robbie Williams
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While you may think of bathrooms as a solely practical space, Robbie Williams proves that this functional room can be just as relaxing and cozy as any other room in the home.

The singer's bathroom is a luxurious-looking space, featuring a timeless neutral color palette and a blend of modern and traditional-inspired furniture pieces. In a bid against the sometimes stark design of bathrooms, the room has a core living room feel with standout items including large rugs, a chandelier light fixture, and a seating area with a coffee table and sofa. 

'Robbie Williams' bathroom design blurs the lines between a traditional washroom and an inviting living space,' says interior design expert Sebastian Lang.

'One of the standout features is the sofa, which is unusual in a bathroom setting, instantly transforming the room into a place not just for hygiene but for relaxation, reminiscent of a cozy living room,' continues Lang.

The addition of soft textiles which are uncommon in the bathroom further creates a relaxing feel, as Lang observes: 'The large rugs further augment this feel, adding warmth and texture, making the floor inviting to the touch.'

Sebastian Lang
Sebastian Lang

Sebastian was born in Luxemburg and raised throughout Europe. He received a Bachelor of Science at the Swiss hospitality school, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne. As Head of Interior Design, he aims to position Lang & Schwander Global as a highly service-oriented contract manufacturing and interior design company.

Interior designer and Managing Director of Hearne House, Claudia Hearne also agrees and adds that the furniture's soft curves also help capture a cozy feel, saying: 'The room is softened with thoughtful layering of statement rugs, linen window treatments and freestanding furniture. Traditional sharp lines typically associated with bathrooms have been replaced by the curved edges found on the freestanding bath, tables, and sofa, creating a calm and relaxed atmosphere.'

'Lighting is also a key element with the design of a living bathroom; instead of glaring rows of downlights, we see a mid-century chandelier, its soft curves serving as a stunning feature above the bath, as well as low-level lighting from the corner floor lamp and ornate wall lights above the sinks,' explains Hearne.

Lastly, designers suggest that decorating with neutrals is central to the success of the space: 'Walls are painted instead of tiled, and the color palette is kept warm and neutral – a perfect combination for the quiet luxury aesthetic that is dominating interiors right now,' concludes Hearne. 

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Emily Moorman
News Writer

Emily Moorman is a News Writer at Homes & Gardens, working across a range of topics spanning interiors, celebrity and emerging trends. With a background in the fashion industry, Emily is well-versed in the world of design and trend cycles. Her undergraduate degree was in Fashion Communication and Promotion which she studied at Norwich University of The Arts, specialising in writing and digital communications.