Where the Stars Go: 11 Big Celebrities' Beautiful Bathrooms

Hollywood Stars: They're just like us! They laugh, they cry, they go grocery shopping... and they, um, use the bathroom. For some, that's just a beautifully designed space; for others, it's a room with a near-literal porcelain throne. So get ready for a sneak peek into the most private rooms of the most famous stars. You can decide for yourself which bathroom is number one!

  1. Yves Saint Laurent's Marrakech Mosaics

    Yves St Laurent's Bathroom

    The blue tiles in the bathroom of designer Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech guesthouse are the perfect accompaniment for the white shutters over the windows. With intricately patterned tiles coating the wall, framing the space, and hugging the tub, this evocative room embodies a designer's attention to mood and detail.


  2. Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi's Garden View

    Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi's Bathroom

    An expansive marble tub in the master bath of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s Beverly Hills estate sits in front of a large window that overlooks a garden, making this bathroom a serene Zen-like retreat.


  3. Will Smith's

    Will Smith's

    With its circular bathtub, sweeping views, and dramatic color, this adobe-inspired bathroom is featured in the highly personal Malibu retreat of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith.  The kiva-like fireplace, carved wood column and vintage Bruce Eicher chandelier add to its beauty. 

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  4. Kanye West's Sea Life Display

    Kanye West's Bathroom

    A giant fish tank alongside the bathtub is the craziest (and most awesome) thing about the bathroom in Kanye West’s former bachelor's pad, but the chandelier comes in a close second. This aquarium—er, bathroom—is one of the more idiosyncratic we've seen.


  5. Drake's Shower Light Show

    Drake's Bathroom

    This bathroom is part dance party, part shower. The colorful lighting and well-placed television make this wild bathroom fit for the star rapper, Drake.


  6. Sarah Jessica Parker's Hamptons Hideaway

    Sarah Jessica Parker's Bathroom

    Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s home in the Hamptons is a beauty in blue, adorned with vintage medicine bottles and decorative butterflies. A simple medicine cabinet offers convenient storage, and two wall-mounted sinks leave these stars plenty of room to wash up.


  7. Anderson Cooper's Penthouse

    Anderson Cooper's Bathroom

    The bathroom in Anderson Cooper’s sophisticated penthouse is a minimalist’s dream. Sleek lines and hidden storage keep this space looking tidy, while warm-toned wood flooring in the shower and bath looks homey and welcoming.


  8. Suzanne Somers's Relaxation Spot

    Suzanne Somers' Bathroom

    The soft lighting of a candelabra and chandelier make this bathroom a romantic retreat, and a cozy stuffed chair near the large bathtub is perfect for Suzanne Somers's in-home spa days.


  9. Phil Mickelson's Shower Chamber

    Phil Mickelson's Bathroom

    Golfer Phil Mickelson’s capsule-like shower offers marble seating for comfort and convenience. White festoon shades over a large window make this shower and bath enclosure feel like a room of its own.


  10. Julianne Moore's Crisp Elegance

    Julianne Moore's Bathroom

    The clean and crisp lines in Julianne Moore's bathroom epitomize sophisticated elegance, while high ceilings and tall windows give the space an open airiness that's rare in a bathroom. We love the decorative fireplace, which would be the perfect place for bathside candles.


  11. Dick Clark's Flinstone-Inspired House

    Dick Clark's Flinstone-Inspired House

    Legendary television personality and cultural icon Dick Clark took his cues from the Flinstones to create a most unusual getaway in the Malibu hills.  Every room is made to look like it was hollowed out of a cave, including this master bath with the organic shaped walls and irregular window.

    Related:  Living Like the Flinstones—10 Modern "Stone Age" Dwellings


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