Bathroom Design Ideas and Inspiration
For such a small space, there are a lot of decisions to make when it comes to designing a master or guest bathroom.
And when you’re investing a considerable amount of money into such a project, it’s important to feel confident with your end result so you’ll be happy using the space for years to come. So, without further ado, here are some gorgeous bathroom design ideas to get you started.
Consider different bathroom design styles. Go white and modern…
All-white bathrooms are as classic and tailored as a button-down shirt. And whether your look is rustic farmhouse or industrial and ultra-modern, a white color scheme works with just about any style.
Keep in mind that with a monochromatic palette, you’ll want to play with textures and finishes. From huge slabs of marble to 2” pieces of hexagon tile, there are many different ways to weave patterns (and life) into an all-white scheme.
…or dark and dramatic.
A bathroom is a perfect space to make a bold statement. Navy, charcoal, and even black bathrooms are having a moment right now. Jump onto the dark trend train and add some bold sophistication to your bathroom space.
If you’re concerned about committing to dark fixtures and fittings, you could always opt for black or charcoal paint on a vanity or accent wall.
Explore gorgeous bathroom tile designs.
When it comes to designing a bathroom, finding the right tile is key. From simple and traditional subway tiles to a wild, eye-catching geometric pattern, tile selections are a great way to warm up a monochromatic color palette or inject some personality into your bathroom space.
Choose cohesive and elegant fixtures.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the plumbing fixtures available on the market today. Start by narrowing the search by finish: decide if you prefer antique brass, brushed nickel, polished chrome, oil-rubbed bronze, or matte black.
Then you can refine your search based on your preferred aesthetic, whether that’s rustic, traditional, or modern.
Go frameless or go home.
This decision should be crystal clear. A frameless glass shower enclosure provides a streamlined, clean and modern look, free of clunky metal framing or plastic curtains that stick to your legs. Frameless glass shower doors showcase the beautiful stonework, intricate tile designs, and striking hardware you so painstakingly selected.
Give yourself a unique opportunity to unwind.
While a shower may be the fastest way to get clean, a standalone soaking tub elevates your bathroom space to a luxurious, spa-like experience.
If the idea of a long, meditative soak in a deep tub while curls of steam rise from the waters around you sounds even remotely appealing, then you should consider investing in one of these soakers.
Customize your bathroom vanity.
Two sinks are often better than one, especially in a master bathroom space. A double vanity provides enough space for partners to get ready in the morning or prep for a night out. But for a more custom look, consider how his-and-hers bathroom sinks can make life a little easier with additional drawers and storage space.
Use light fixtures to set the tone for the space.
The right light fixtures in a bathroom will enhance the beauty of the space, as well as provide the obvious functionality. Consider a combination of ambient light (chandeliers, pendants, or flush mounts), task lighting for daily grooming activities, and accent lighting to highlight your bathroom’s particular design or architectural features.
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