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Royal hammamHammams were majestic Oriental bath houses steeped in steam and fitted with sitting rooms, capacious bathtubs and a well-planned copper central heating system. They were fragrant, indulgent retreats for emperors to wind down after a hard day.This royal blue Delhi dressing room is a salaam to traditional hammams. It features jewel-encrusted mirrors, mazarine motifs and signature arches that allude to a bygone Mughal era. Look ahead, and see a marble shower cubicle embellished with indigo birds and topped with a pure white jharokha.
9. This bathroom has a strong white theme with accents and motifs in blue running through it. The white curtains give a subtle sense of enclosure to the shower area, which is a three-walled room gently tucked into a corner. When pulled back, it makes the shower and the bathroom seem like one large, serene unit. Read more:10 Stunning Designs for Shower AreasTell us:Which shower enclosure design do you like and why? Tell us in Comments below.
10. The palace bathThis all-white space is reminiscent of a bygone Mughal era, with arches, shapes, mirrors and jewel colours. The cobalt, white and turquoise give the bathroom a lift to a very airy and light ambience. The jharokha (Indian screened window) wallpaper in the niches is beautifully reflected by the mirrored cabinets. Read more:How to Give Your Bathroom the Spa TreatmentStyle Up Your Powder Room in 5 Easy WaysHow to Design Your Dream BathroomTell us:Which of these is your favourite bathroom? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.