50 Inspiring Bathroom Design Ideas

  • Scenic Sotheby’s International Realty

    Looking for some bathroom decor inspiration? Here are some beautiful bathrooms to get your decoration gears going. Maybe you’ll glean an idea or two for your own home?

    Beach Style Bathroom by Scenic Sotheby’s International Realty, via Houzz

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  • When you think about white and modern, this is the kind of bathroom that comes to mind. Clean lines, white, and a few organic touches are all that’s needed. The shower disappears in the background, thanks to continuous flooring and wall tile throughout the room.

    Modern bathroom by Fiona Lynch, via Apartment Therapy

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  • White isn’t the only thing that you can use in a powder room. Dare to go dark by painting it black—but don’t forget to add color with some beautiful art! Black is always classic and elegant.

    Small powder room by Donna Datan, via My Domaine

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  • The pebble floor and column in this walk-in shower definitely has a beach feel. Remember that last time washing off the salt from your skin by adding beach-inspired elements to your bathroom. Pebbles are a great way to start!

    Beach style bathroom by Josh Killingsworth, via Houzz

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  • Wouldn’t you feel invigorated just walking in this beautifully fresh bathroom? Lots of white with a touch of green, tons of light with a bamboo roman shade: these all work together to make a nice, refreshing bathroom in which to wash the day off.

    White Bathroom with Green Accents and Marble Herringbone Floor by Sarah Bartholomew, via Decor Pad

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  • The soft blue-green is colorful enough to bring some joy, but not too far away from neutral that you’ll get tired of it quickly. The clean lines, simple shapes and traditional touches of the faucet make this bathroom something that will stay classic for years to come.

    Windsong Project bathroom by Studio McGee

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  • Uncredited photo, via Zillow

    This small bathroom saves space with a pedestal sink and an alcove walk-in shower. The natural light from the window really makes the difference here. The fun mosaic tile adds character and personality.

    Traditional 3/4 Bathroom on Zillow

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  • Sometimes the essence of luxury isn’t in abundance, but in the absence of what is not necessary. This bathroom with lots of open space is a great example of getting that spa feel with only what is needed. A simple freestanding tub, a classic marble countertop, and a refinished chandelier give this space all the character it needs.

    Luxury bathroom by David Hicks, via Homes To Love

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  • This bathroom uses a bold black and white forest wallpaper. The use of lithographic and black and white art on the walls enhances the “etched” quality of this room. The small touches of blue brighten up the whole.

    Ben’s London House by Ben Pentreath

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  • The brass accents in this traditional bathroom bring warmth and color. Metal finishes are quite trendy right now, and they never really go out of style. The mirror really makes the room, though. 

    Beach style guest bathroom by Amy Bartlam, via Houzz

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  • This refreshing powder room makes a bold choice with this green bamboo trellis wallpaper. Accented with a fresh green window frame, bamboo blinds, and an elaborate exotic mirror frame, this space is both eccentric and personal.

    Green Powder Room with Green Trellis Bamboo Wallpaper by Sarah Bartholomew Design, via Decor Pad

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  • We’ve all dreamed of (and some of us even have!) showering under a refreshing waterfall in a tropical forest. This luxurious walk-in shower has that feeling of a special little grotto on some private tropical island, with one slate wall and another rough-hewn, natural stone wall. The waterfall is definitely a change from typical rain shower heads.

    Bathroom by Sognare Tile

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  • Tiny doesn’t mean it can’t work! This wet-room style bathroom puts the toilet in the shower space, saving tons of room. The ledge serves as both a space to put the plant near the window, and a storage area for shower items. A plant gives a green, refreshing touch to contrast the clinical feel of white and gray tile.

    Mid-Century Modern Bathroom by Tom Ferguson, via Home Edit

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  • The 1960s inspiration touches for this bathroom are subtle, yet they demand attention. The mirror with rounded corners and the stool with golden legs pop out first. Then there’s the predominance of black and white and the strong geometric lines, whether it’s the cylindrical sink or the cubic freestanding tub.

    Luxury bathroom by Mim Design, via Homes To Love

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  • This tiny bathroom packs a lot of sweet punch with its all-over honeycomb tile. The tile shape helps make the room look wider, which is a great choice for such a narrow space. And the brass faucets add just a little touch of honey to the whole.

    Tiny bathroom by David Foessel for Septembre Architecture, via My Domaine

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  • The best thing about this bathroom isn’t its cool, traditional whiteness or its great lighting. What really strikes is the clever storage space above the tub, which is just in the perfect place to grab a towel after a relaxing bath.

    Traditional bathroom by Ashley Whittaker, via Houzz

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  • This chic, sleek, ultra-modern bathroom makes great use of white and gray marble on the countertop and floor. But the best detail is its transparent lucite chair, a hallmark of 1960s modern design, updated for today’s tastes. 

    Gray Built In make Up Vanity with Lucite Klismos Chair by Talbot Cooley Interiors, via Decor Pad

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  • Uncredited photo on What A Wonderful Home

    A bathroom doesn’t need to be extravagant to look great. This minimal, rustic bathroom makes the best out of the least amount of decor possible, with a wooden ladder for the towels, a concrete floor, and open wood vanity. The frameless mirror adds to the bare-bones style.

    Uncredited photo found on What A Wonderful Home

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  • Painting this bathroom door black really makes this bathroom stand out from the rest. With plenty of white to go around, the door adds welcome contrast. And the industrial-style finishing touches (the lighting, brass faucets and exposed piping) give plenty of personality to what could have been an otherwise really boring white bathroom.

    Okland Bath by Katie Martinez

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  • Fit for an adult but designed for kids, this bathroom avoids any distracting decor elements and focuses on providing a blank canvas for the children’s creativity. The window frames a beautiful tree outside, and its shape is echoed by the mirror. 

    Luxury children’s bathroom by Alexander & Co, via Homes To Love

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  • Industrial doesn’t have to mean rough. This chic bathroom is the perfect example: sleek black and white elements enhance and contrast industrial elements like exposed plumbing and hardwood flooring. 

    Tiny bathroom by Julia Green, via My Domaine

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  • Interiors Joan & Associates

    This trendy contemporary bathroom features a modern-style freestanding tub. The unusual fluted shape is contrasted by the decorative vase with a narrow neck on the shelf right above it. The stone mosaic wall brings visual interest and movement in neutral shades.

    Contemporary bathroom by Interiors Joan & Associates, via Houzz

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  • There are so many beautiful things to notice about this bathroom that it’s hard to know where to start. The concrete sink? The wallpaper? The sconce lighting? The tarnished mirror on the door, reflected in the main mirror? The barely-there ultra-modern faucets? Whatever you notice first, though, you can’t but admit that this space is a masterpiece.

    Mediterranean Powder Room with Gold Quatrefoil Wall Sconce by Talbot Cooley Interiors, via Decor Pad

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  • Using the ultra-trendy animal skull as a main focus point, this space definitely stands out from the rest of the usual white and boring contemporary bathrooms. Notice how the tiny, delicate bare branch echoes and contrasts the strong antlers on the wall, and how the pendant light hangs right in the middle of the negative space provided by the antlers.

    Bathroom by Geneviève Simard, photo by Yves Lefebvre

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  • Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design

    This bathroom shows that nobody should be afraid of mixing patterns. Hexagonal tile on the floor and bath, brick tile around the bath, and blue patterned mosaic around the sink: it could be overwhelming, but it isn’t.

    Warren Mews Townhouse by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design

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  • This bathroom features warm, luxurious limestone and natural, light-colored wood for a peaceful, almost zen, space. The focus on natural materials makes this bathroom a wonderful space to relax and contemplate life. 

    Luxury bathroom by Rob Mills, via Homes To Love

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  • This contemporary bathroom features a balanced mix of shapes: rectangular countertop and wall, and soft round lighting and faucets. There’s also a great contrast of light and dark, of natural and man-made. But the light fixture really stands out as a bold lighting choice and focus point for the space.

     Contemporary bathroom by Jamie Bush & Co, via Houzz

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  • Even with its focus on neutral colors, you can still find interesting contrasts in this beach-style bathroom: the metal and the marble, the sand-colored flooring and the white freestanding tub. A sheepskin stool provides a touch of warmth and comfort.

    Built In Makeup Vanity with Sheepskin Bench by Winkle Custom Homes, via Decor Pad

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  • It takes a little bit of courage to set your tub in front of those large windows… but then, when your bathroom is so beautiful, it’s no wonder you want to show it off. This contemporary design features a minimal freestanding tub, marble zigzag flooring and countertop, and glass and metal accents.

    Bathroom by EMBARC Architecture Design Studios, via Bloglovin’

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  • This bathroom renovation really brought out the best of this space: the large window, the corner space for the bath, and the washbasin with modern faucets. Soft textures via the towels and the wicker basket make the whole feel warm and welcoming.

    Luxury bathroom by Whiting Architects, via Homes to Love

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  • Christina Bull Photography

    Everything about this bathroom reads “smooth and sleek”: the slate tile, the tankless toilet, the modern vases in the window. And there’s even a space for books and magazines that you can reach from the toilet or the tub. If minimal is your style, this is excellent inspiration.

    Contemporary bathroom by Boscolo Interior Design, via Houzz

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  • Banana leaf and other tropical flora wallpapers are trendy right now. This tropical powder room uses the wallpaper as its main decorative element, and highlights its shade with a yellow tissue box on the toilet tank, and a rattan-framed mirror. 

    Yellow and Green Powder Room with Banana Leaf Wallpaper on Coastal Living, via Decor Pad

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  • This beautiful modern bathroom uses a blend of old and new: the geometric side table and patterned wallpaper represent the new, while the retro faucets and brass mirror keep their roots in the past. A dreamy powder room that makes the best out of two worlds.

    Traditional/modern bathroom by Dustin Aksland, via Airows

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  • This walk-in shower has everything: body sprays, rain shower head, handheld shower heads, and even a steam unit. The large porcelain tiles have minimal grouting, which makes cleaning easier. This shower feels private and relaxing.

    Transitional master bath by Drury Design, via Houzz

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  • Everything about this bathroom feels fresh, and refreshing. The original feathered pendant light adds beautiful movement, and contrasts the geometric stool on the floor. A leafy plant (instead of flowers) is a nice, original touch that avoids being kitsch.

    White and Celery Green Bathroom with Large White Hex Tiles by Meg Braff Designs, via Decor Pad

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  • Uncredited photo, via Apartment Diet

    This small bathroom uses a bold, colorful geometric wallpaper to make the most out of its space. The yellow is echoed by the towels, and the rest of the space remains neutral so the yellow really pops. A sleek, ultra-modern tankless toilet stays out of the way until you need it.

    Uncredited photo, via Apartment Diet

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  • Extending the patterned tile to the storage shelves is what turns this bathroom into something visually stunning. No need to put a door in front of the shelves when the wall looks this good! Also note the zigzagging pipe leading to the pendant lighting—a nice touch that echoes the tile pattern. 

    Modern/traditional bathroom by Dustin Aksland, via Airows

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  • Don’t let the white of this bathroom fool you: it’s anything but boring. Instead of color, it uses textures: the shiny diamond tile in the shower, the two branching wall decor elements, the lightness of porcelain on the wall, and the luxury of marble. It has a nice, clean, classic design, without being boring or expected.

    Transitional bathroom by Pineapple House Interior Design, via Houzz

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  • What’s more natural in water than a fish? This gorgeous white and red bathroom features a a bold orange-red scalloped tile, reminiscent of goldfish scales. The subtle red lines on the shower curtain and matching bath mat enhance the look without overdoing the red. The warm nickel faucet finish is the most appropriate choice here.

    Red Fish Scales Shower Tiles by Meg Graff Designs, via Decor Pad

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  • Uncredited photo, on Home Edit

    When you use a bold accessory like an animal skin, you need to make sure that it isn’t lost in a bunch of other decor elements. This bathroom uses its neutral, modern design to really give space to the zebra skin rug here. And the great thing about this kind of design is that you can change this one decor element as often as you wish, without having to spend thousands remodeling every time.

    Uncredited photo, via Home Edit

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  • Can industrial also work with vintage style? If this bathroom is any indication, then yes. The exposed lightbulbs and copper piping show their industrial heritage, while the dark tile and wallpaper are definitely vintage. There’s something comforting about this bathroom; the black should be unsettling, but it’s not.

    Industrial bathroom by Jane Kim Design, via Decoholic

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  • Modern bathrooms can be a little… clinical. The gray-green tile of this bathroom could easily suit a hospital, except it doesn’t feel that way, thanks to the beautiful red rustic rug. Also note the touches of industrial influence via the original lighting fixture.

    Modern/traditional bathroom by Dustin Aksland, via Airows

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  • Very masculine and and European in style (note the bidet toilet), this bathroom is modern, dark, and moody. But there’s something original about the choice of a glass brick wall for the walk-in shower. It distorts the occupant, without hiding him completely.

    Contemporary bathroom by BOTTEGADESIGN, via Houzz

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  • The soft, round shape of lotus flowers add beautiful movement to this small yet bold bathroom. A light gray vanity highlights the veins in the marble countertop, and a gold-framed mirror breaks the repetition of the wallpaper pattern. 

    Gray Single Washstand with Shelf and Champagne Gold Mirror by Erin Hendrick, via Decor Pad

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  • The large, French-style doors of this walk-in shower remind you of a window–and that’s precisely the point. In a space that uses so much black, a lot of transparency is necessary to fight the claustrophobic effect. 

    Modern farmhouse bathroom by Jenny Wolf Interiors, via It’s A Grandville Life

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  • Log cabin decor doesn’t have to be cheap or kitsch. For example, this beautifully luxurious bathroom has all the style of a comfy log cabin, but with a conscious, thought-out decor. The freestanding tub placement makes the best out of a beautiful view to the garden.

    Traditional bathroom by Fraley and Company, via Home Edit

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  • The rough brick wall and unfinished wood table of this space contrast with the smooth, geometrical look of the washbasin and mirror. The taps set in the wall save space, while an interesting black-and-white tile mosaic adds movement.

    Industrial bathroom by Jane Kim Design, via Decoholic

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  • This stormy walk-in shower gets this amazing feel via its rain shower head and its dark, broody tile. The blue lights add to the relaxing ambiance, as if you were sitting in a thunderstorm (some people find thunderstorms relaxing!). It’s also a great way to introduce chromotherapy.

    Contemporary bathroom by AV Architecture, via Houzz

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  • Francesca Owings Interior Design

    The always-classic white bathroom gets a circular twist with this subtle yet stunning patterned wallpaper. The gray-on-white recalls the veins in marble, and the circle shapes contrast the square angles throughout the space.

    Ivory Bathroom Vanity with Gray Marble by Francesca Owings Interior Design, via Decor Pad

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  • Uncredited photo, via Abigail Hern

    In the desert, a bathroom is a space of respite and refreshment. The minimal feel of this bathroom is enhanced by the cacti and the simple, retro dial radio sitting near the tub. There’s something so calming about having just what’s necessary, nothing more, nothing less.

    Uncredited photo, via Abigail Hern

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  • Uncredited photo, via Home Edit

    This resort bathroom features an innovative tub/shower combo. By using a circular freestanding tub, this space gives plenty of access to the beautiful views around. The simple surroundings in natural wood is just the perfect kind of neutral support for this gorgeous space.

    Uncredited photo, via Home Edit

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