Gorgeous, memorable bathrooms don't just happen...they are created. Here are the bathroom design ideas and photos to help you create the dream bath you've always wanted.
I love looking at photos of beautiful rooms, including bathrooms. We all have our own opinion of what constitutes a beautiful room, and that's good, or else all of our homes would look alike!
So, along with some great bathroom design ideas to consider for your project, here are some great photos of bathrooms with distinctly different styles.
It may be one or a combination of characteristics, such as size, color, flooring, wall treatment, cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, architectural/trim details, etc., or the overall style of the room.
Spend enough time with the photo to give yourself an understanding of what it is you love, then work to apply that to your own beautiful bathroom design project, being as specific as you can.
1) A light color palette overall, with a very soft color on the walls and white trim, like we see in the beautiful watery blue wall color in this bath.
2) Beaded board two-thirds of the way up the walls with either a soft or deep color on the walls above, depending on the decor style of the bathroom.
3) White/off-white cabinetry including several upper cabinets with glass fronts to display towels and toiletries. Works best in a large bathroom.
4) Chandelier as a light fixture - style depends on overall decor and size of the room.
5) Frosted glass at the window, or stained/frosted glass in place of privacy shade or blind.
6) Claw foot tub set at an angle in the room, or in the center of the bathroom.
7) Inset, open shelving (perhaps a former medicine cabinet cut to about 6" deep) trimmed out to match the doors and windows, used to display small towels and toiletries.
8) Trim out the room openings (doors/windows) with extra wide molding; use the same trim around the mirror.
9) In a small bathroom, make each selection a statement in itself, while tying everything together with color and style.
For example, use a wall covering that has a bold pattern, vintage maps, for example, in shades of tan, gold and brown.
Cabinetry and trim should be medium shade of brown with vintage flair; fixtures should have a vintage look as well.
Trim, perhaps stacked, around doors and windows.
The mirror has a unique shape and vintage look. You may only use a few elements in the room, but those chosen complement each other as well as make their own statement.
10) Use an antique/reproduction china cabinet to hold towels, toiletries and other bath supplies.
Elegant and romantic, with a touch of rustic finishes is my take on this bathroom. If you love a Casual style of decor such as Shabby Chic, French Country or Farmhouse...this may be a great look for you. It doesn't have to cost a lot of money to create a beautiful bathroom!
Clean, fresh and contemporary, with a claw foot tub (black, no less) to create an element of surprise. The drum chandelier is awesome, and note the splash of color in the art work above the bathtub.
Shiplap in a light tan creates the back drop for a pair of black mirrors with a strong presence in this bath. The mahogany cabinets and striking counter tops complete the masculine look.
Size doesn't have to impact the beauty of the bath. Navy walls above a herringbone pattern wains coating create drama in this powder room. A grouping of starfish prints, classic pedestal sink and round mirror complete the look
Hopefully you have begun the process of creating your very own Beautiful Bathroom, utilizing these bathroom design ideas.
Make your design decisions thoughtfully, working realistically within your budget (possibly completing this project in phases).
Keep the overall color palette and decor style in mind and your bathroom will indeed be beautiful!