An ideal bathroom must always be clean and orderly. But it doesn’t have to be strictly functional, especially if you enjoy bubble baths or mirror selfies. Add a comfortable chair or some appropriate window treatments. You’ll be surprised at how quickly it warms up the room.
We’ve gathered a slew of bathroom ideas to help you create an oasis for spa-level relaxation and style in your own home to inspire some creativity.
Whether you’re thinking about sprucing up the powder room and main bath or embarking on a full-on ensuite renovation, we’ve got bathroom inspiration to make your dream bathroom. Do you need some ideas for bathroom décor? Here are some lovely bathrooms to inspire your interior design efforts.
Beautiful Traditional Bathroom
Wouldn’t you feel energized just walking into this immaculately clean bathroom? A lot of white with a touch of green, a lot of light, and a bamboo roman shade all work together to create a nice, refreshing bathroom to wash away the day.
Bathroom in the Mediterranean Style
There are so many lovely details in this bathroom that it’s difficult to know where to begin. What about the concrete sink? What about the wallpaper? What about the sconce lighting? The tarnished door mirror, reflected in the main mirror? What about the barely-there ultra-modern faucets? Whatever you notice first, you must admit that this space is a work of art.
Bathroom with a Variety of Tile Styles
This bathroom demonstrates that there is no reason to be afraid of combining patterns. The hexagonal tile on the floor and in the bath, the brick tile around the bath, and the blue patterned mosaic around the sink could be overwhelming, but it isn’t.
Bathroom Design Using Blonde Wood and Limestone
This bathroom combines warm, luxurious limestone with natural, light-colored wood to create a peaceful, almost zen-like atmosphere. Because of the emphasis on natural materials, this bathroom is a great place to unwind and reflect on life.
Bathroom Design for a Small Space
With a pedestal sink and an alcove walk-in shower, this small bathroom saves space. The natural light from the window makes all the difference in this room. The fun mosaic tile adds personality and character.
Minimal Spa Bathroom
The essence of luxury is sometimes not in abundance but in the absence of what is unnecessary. This bathroom with plenty of open space is a great example of achieving a spa-like atmosphere with only what is required. A simple freestanding tub, a classic marble countertop, and a refinished chandelier add character to this space.
Forest Wallpaper in the Bathroom
A striking black and white forest wallpaper are used in this bathroom. The use of lithographic and black-and-white art on the walls adds to the room’s “etched” quality. The blue accents brighten up the entire room.
Stainless Steel Tacks
Brass accents add warmth and color to this traditional bathroom. Metal finishes are very popular right now, and they never go out of style. The mirror is the focal point of the room.
Bathroom with Bamboo Trellis
The green bamboo trellis wallpaper in this refreshing powder room is a bold choice. This space is eccentric and personal, with a fresh green window frame, bamboo blinds, and an elaborate mirror frame.
Modern White Bathroom
This is the type of bathroom that comes to mind when you think of white and modern. All that is required are clean lines, white, and a few organic touches. Because of the continuous flooring and wall tile throughout the room, the shower fades into the background.
Toilette in Black
In a powder room, you don’t have to stick to white. Dare to go dark by painting it black, but don’t forget to add some color with some lovely art! Classic and elegant, black is always a good choice.
Walk-In Shower with a Waterfall
We’ve all fantasized about taking a refreshing shower under a waterfall in a tropical forest. With one slate wall and another rough-hewn, natural stone wall, this luxurious walk-in shower has the feel of a special little grotto on some private tropical island. The waterfall is a refreshing change from standard rain showerheads.
Walk-In Shower in a Small Bathroom
Because it’s small, it doesn’t mean it can’t work! The toilet is located in the shower space in this wet-room bathroom, which saves a lot of space. The ledge doubles as a place to place the plant near the window as well as a storage area for shower items. To contrast the clinical feel of white and gray tile, a plant adds a green, refreshing touch.
Bathroom Trendy and Modern Style
This space stands out from the rest of the usual white and boring contemporary bathrooms by featuring an ultra-trendy animal skull as the main focal point. Take note of how the tiny, delicate bare branch echoes and contrasts the strong antlers on the wall, and how the pendant light hangs directly in the middle of the antlers’ negative space.
Stylish Modern Bathroom from the 1960s
The 1960s-inspired touches in this bathroom are subtle, but they catch the eye. The rounded-cornered mirror and the stool with gold legs are the first to catch the eye. Then there’s the black-and-white color scheme, as well as the strong geometric lines of the cylindrical sink and cubic freestanding tub.
Honeycomb Tile Design in the Bathroom
With its all-over honeycomb tile, this tiny bathroom packs a lot of sweet punch. The tile shape helps to make the room appear larger, which is ideal for such a small space. And the brass faucets add just a hint of honey to the overall look.
Bathroom Design with Maximum Shelf Storage
The best feature of this bathroom isn’t its cool, traditional whiteness or its excellent lighting. What really stands out to us is the clever storage space above the tub, which is conveniently located to grab a towel after a relaxing bath.
Transparent Chair in a Chic Bathroom Style
On the countertop and floor of this chic, sleek, ultra-modern bathroom, white and gray marble is used extensively. The best detail, however, is its transparent lucite chair, a hallmark of 1960s modern design that has been updated for today’s tastes.
Rustic Bathroom Design with a Minimalist Touch
A bathroom does not have to be expensive to look good. With a wooden ladder for towels, a concrete floor, and an open wood vanity, this minimal, rustic bathroom makes the most of the least amount of decor possible. The frameless mirror completes the bare-bones look.
Mosaic Tile in an Industrial Bathroom with a Black Door
Painting the bathroom door black makes this space stand out from the crowd. With so much white to go around, the door adds a welcome splash of color. The industrial-style finishing touches (lighting, brass faucets, and exposed piping) add a lot of character to what could have been a very boring white bathroom.
Pebble Tile Walk-In Shower
This walk-in shower’s pebble floor and column give it a beachy vibe. Remember the last time you washed the salt off your skin by incorporating beach-inspired elements into your bathroom. Pebbles are a great place to start!
Traditional Bathroom that is Simple and Clean
The soft blue-green is bright enough to cheer you up, but not so far from neutral that you’ll get tired of it quickly. The clean lines, simple shapes, and traditional touches of the faucet ensure that this bathroom will remain timeless for many years to come.
High-End Child’s Bathroom Design
This bathroom, fit for an adult but designed for children, avoids distracting decor elements and focuses on providing a blank canvas for the children’s creativity. The mirror echoes the shape of a beautiful tree outside, which is framed by the window.
Stylish Industrial Bathroom Design
The term “industrial” does not have to imply rough. This stylish bathroom is a prime example: Sleek black and white elements complement and contrast with industrial elements such as exposed plumbing and hardwood flooring.
Freestanding Tub in a Modern Bathroom
A modern-style freestanding tub is featured in this trendy contemporary bathroom. The decorative vase with a narrow neck on the shelf directly above it contrasts with the unusual fluted shape. In neutral shades, the stone mosaic wall adds visual interest and movement.
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