There is nothing quite like a beautifully designed bathroom. Whether your decorative aesthetic skews towards the more minimal or the vibrantly colorful, there are myriad ways in which to approach the design of the room. From tiny powder rooms to the massive master baths, there is a seemingly endless supply of spots that have come to inspire us as of late.
So, whether you’re scheming for a remodel of your own or simply in search of a little inspiration, we have you covered. Ahead, the well-designed and stunning bathrooms spotted on Pinterest (and across the web!) that are seriously giving us life as of late. Take a look!
Can you say bathroom goals? Kim West definitely knows a thing or two about pairing a space with the perfect wallpaper. And for as intricate and serene the print is, we’re swooning over the vibrant hue reserved for the vanity and cabinets, and the floor-to-ceiling tile that completes the scene.
The inspiration for this beautiful bath? “I wanted this room to look like a plunge pool so, we tiled it using actual pool tiles and it feels like it goes on and on, especially with the mirrors,” says Kip&Co cofounder Hayley Pannekoecke. Utilizing the floor-to-ceiling approach, Pannekoecke was able to instill a complete wrap-around effect that achieved her desired outcome.
In lieu of installing a backsplash, take visual cues from this LA home and extend the vanity’s finish up along the walls. Paired with sleek, matte black accents, the end result is a purely contemporary-cool space.
Who would have thought that a shade of periwinkle-blue would become an instant favorite for the powder room? If there’s one thing this Australia-based spot taught us, it’s that when it comes to an inspired color palette, more is always more.
A speckled vanity comes decked with a pair of concrete basins of a charcoal tint, imparting a bold dynamic against the mint green subway tiles. Note the subtle nod to Art Deco via the patterned floor tiles, which manage to perfectly complement the contemporary spot.
In this whitewashed spot, cheerful floor tiles distract the eye from the angled ceiling, while an ornate claw foot tub steals the decorative spotlight all together. Consider this a lesson in decorating with minimalism in mind.
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A subdued charcoal wall paint makes for the ideal complement to the intricate, green tile design below. Coupled with the vintage-esque brass hardware, the look is effortless elegance. Tour the rest of this pool house, designed by Luigi Rosselli Architects, here.
Shiplapped walls and a vintage mirror are all that are needed to transform this whitewashed space into a dream bath. Get the full tour of this charming Tennessee cottage here.
As far as bathroom paint colors go, black is hardly ever at the top of the list. This space, from Wood Melbourne, has us seriously reconsidering it. Outfitted with a mango wood vanity, lustrous brass hardware, and a slew of overflowing greens, the end result is picture perfect.
Working with a monochromatic palette Mix and match prints and patterns to establish a subtle yet defining element of contrast to the space. Here, the checkered flooring lays the groundwork for the squared tiles on the walls, while a crystal chandelier brings in a glam finish.
In this refreshingly modest bath, the counter cleverly extends along the wall to allow room for a vanity, featuring a complementary pair of mirrors. Note the streamlined elements – sleek shelving and vanity – that contribute to the space’s ‘less is more’ aesthetic, designed by architect Jean-François Faure.
Navy wall paint, marble sink, a brass-detailed vanity mirror. We couldn’t picture a more beautifully put-together spot!
An exclusively pink palette works best when there are an array of textures built into the space. Case in point? The elongated tile of this industrial-chic bath and the copper-detailed sink.
Tight on space? It’s no excuse to avoid using pattern. This eclectically modern powder bath, designed by Asya Baranova and Nikolay Pokorsky, proves just that with its subtly contrasting scheme and bold display of color.
Scalloped marble tiles extend an elegant and dynamic detail to the whitewashed space. Utilize eye-catching metallic details to accentuate the brilliance of the decorative elements.
A dusty shade of blush warms up the concrete surround, setting the ideal backdrop for the pink marble vanity. File this one under dream bathroom!
Baby blue floor tiles, black grout, and oak wood cabinetry complement one another in this minimal bath. The finish is further accentuated by the abundance of natural light and the dynamic effect of the captivating shade of blue.
If we’ve learned anything from this spot it’s that pink copper hardware was made to be paired with a bold charcoal paint! Matte black detailing completes the look.
Now this is our idea of camo! From British designer Max Lamb, an exclusive marble design transforms this powder room into an art-worthy installation.
Bring in an assortment of humidity-friendly plants to elevate the exclusively modern bath. Here, the intricate tile of the shower’s surround plays off of the speckled flooring, all the while subtly contrasting against the wooden window detailing.
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This article was originally published February 3, 2017