The master bathroom of a nautical home in Amsterdam glows softly thanks to an ingenious skylight that runs along the edges of the ceiling.
At a renovated warehouse in Los Angeles, a shower skylight was installed in such a way that its frame is invisible from below. The result is an airy stall reminiscent of an outdoor shower.
The sun enters the upstairs bathroom of this modern Sydney home through several skylights, casting slivered shadows from the roof beams across the room.
Circular Plexiglass skylights are installed throughout this minimalist Copenhagen house, illuminating a concrete bathroom.
Though it has no glass walls or outdoor portals, resident Andrew Dunbar describes the bathroom of his San Francisco home as an outside-in room because light, air, and even rain enter through the skylight.
The neutral surfaces of this half historic, half modern home's bathroom are enriched with sunlight, which filters in through a skylight above the tub.
Tasked with finding new avenues for natural light to enter this suburban Australia home, architect Christopher Polly left no stone unturned. Skylights were carved beside one another in the living room and bathroom.
Bathers may contemplate the clouds from a mosaic-tiled tub beneath a six-foot-wide skylight at this architect's home in Hawaii.