Best Bathroom Design Ideas 0Just moved into your new home, renovation or just in the mood to redesign your bathroom - you are in the right place. Here are some beautiful bathrooms for your inspiration.
1. Tiled Bathroom
2. Small Bathroom
Image credit: I Spy DIY The bathroom may be your home’s most utilitarian space, but that doesn’t mean it’s immune to trends. (Case in point: The shiny brass fixtures and speckled granite counters that looked so cool in the early ’90s feel hopelessly dated today.) In the past few years, homeowners have gravitated towards marble, dark grout, hexagonal tiles, and stand-alone showers—but according to a new Houzz bathroom trends study, the times are changing yet again. While many of the design decisions I just mentioned are still going to be big, you’ll see them in the midst of these very-2019 updates. - via Apartment Therapy
3. Stylish Double Vanity Bathroom
Courtesy of Studio DB
This minimalist New York bathroom boasts plenty of storage space in a stylish double vanity with seamless blue-gray cabinets that features circular cutouts instead of hardware. The circle shape is used again in the round mirror above the vanity, making this space by Studio DB elegant and striking - via MYDOMAINE
4. Rustic Farm House Bathroom
A white door with a single frosted glass panel opens to reveal a beautifully appointed powder room fitted with a stained oak sink vanity finished with a slatted shelf and a rectangular concrete sink. The sink is mounted beneath a matte black faucet fixed to a white shiplap wall beneath a dark stained wood mirror lit by iron and glass sconces - via Decorpad
5. Minimalist Bathroom
HOW TO PLAN AND DECORATE YOUR BATHROOM 0
If you’re designing from scratch, including layout and installation, make sure there is comfortable flow within the room. For example, when the bathroom door is open, make sure that the first thing you see is relaxing and aesthetically pleasing. For example, a dividing wall, a beautiful bath or walk-in shower – just not the toilet! If you are lucky enough to have a nice view from the bathroom window, then position your bath so that you can enjoy it while relaxing. These are all things to consider when thinking about the floor plan, and don’t even think about colours or styles until you know where, what and how things will be.
Colour-matching is a huge trend for 2018, so try to match the tone of the paint or tile you decide to use with the bath or other bathroom furniture. White or neutral tones always give a sophisticated aesthetic, including a simple white scheme. For more depth, use a mix of deeper or more vibrant colours from one tonal spectrum. For example, if you’re using pink, use a mix of corals and ballet-slipper blushes. This will create a more rounded look, while exact colour-matching will give a really cool two dimensional look, not dissimilar to Pop Art-themed schemes.
Designing in small bathrooms
We are always taught to try and maximise space in our homes. No matter the size of the room, the dogma is magnolia. This “space saving” is a myth, and a waste of great decorating potential, especially in spaces that are small at the best of times. Alongside master bathrooms, little guest bathrooms can be miniature, glinting pockets of design heaven, rather than the forgotten spaces they are in most homes.
Top tips at a glance:
- Think about the layout of your bathroom before you start making any stylistic decisions. Figure out placement and the flow of the room first!
- Use a mix of concealed and open storage so you can tuck away the unsightlies, and display the beautiful bottles and items you use every day
- Colour-match your bathroom tiles with painted bathtubs or bathroom furniture
- Don’t be afraid to use a bold, statement pattern, even in a small room. A well-designed space beats a space that overcompensates for its size!
- Don’t underestimate the design potential of your bathroom, and as always, have fun with it
Easy, Cost-Effective Bathroom Upgrade 0
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