One of my favorite rooms to play around with is the master bath because there are so many awesome bathroom decor trends and products out there today that you can really create a beautiful and unique design in any type of space. This gorgeous suite is one of my favorite projects we have completed recently because the style is so timeless yet does have that contemporary edge that is so popular today. We wanted to use elegant master bathroom ideas that were not too trendy and would remain in style and relevant for years to come. This is why we selected a simple white vanity, faux marble tiling, and a chic freestanding tub. With this luxurious foundation to the design, I decided to add a few trendier bathroom decor ideas like a rose gold vanity mirror, acrylic storage pieces, and a Art Deco vanity stool.
Whether you are looking for bathroom decor ideas for a small space or a grand master suite, I think that this beautiful contemporary room has something for everyone. I love how clean the modern bathroom ideas they used are, from the crisp white and marble tiling, to the cool grey paint shades, and sleek black vanity with matching mirror. It all blends perfectly together and is simple enough to make everything feel clean and elegant. I think that this design would be great for a small bathroom layout because the monochromatic color palette is fantastic to maximize the illusion of space, while the dark cabinets really help to anchor the design. It is definitely a perfect 10 in my book.
I love bathroom decor ideas that feature rich deep color palettes like you would see in old world Spain or something like that. Most people say to keep small bathroom decorating ideas simple and neutral to give the illusion of more space than you have, but I just couldn't give up my love of bold colors. I decided to go out on a limb and paint our small bath in a deep rust shade that would really pop against the existing beige travertine tiles. I think that the lightness of the tile helps to keep the bathroom feeling large even though the walls are dark. As far as bathroom themes, we went with that same old world look that I love, bringing in cool wood and bronze accents and interesting pieces of wall art.
As I was hunting around for cool and unique bathroom decor ideas, I came across this totally awesome mirrored subway tile wall. I didn't even realize that they make products like this, let alone considered adding it to a bathroom wall, but it pretty much blows me away as the most brilliant bathroom wall decor ideas that I have ever come across. The most fascinating part to me is the fact that they didn't even bother adding a mirror over the vanity because the entire wall worked just fine. After seeing this cool modern bathroom I am absolutely determined to recreate it at my house. I have never seen a material like this in the store and have not had much success searching around online, so if anybody knows where I can buy mirrored tile like this, please let me know!
This has been a fun month for us because we just finished up multiple bathroom makeovers for clients with very different decor tastes and design preferences. This space is my favorite of those projects because I think that it is a great combination of traditional style, contemporary touches, and a slightly rustic undertone. The whole design began with these unique "old world" style bathroom cabinets that were custom built based on the design of an antique hutch. We wanted the vanity to look like an heirloom piece of furniture that had been converted to a sink, and this is exactly what the artist we commissioned to do the work delivered.
If you are looking for bathroom tile ideas, this master bath is a fabulous source of inspiration as they used a wide variety of products and designs in a single space. Without seeing the finished space, many would likely think that combining so many different elements would result in an odd mismatched space. However, this perfectly uncoordinated style is, not only very trendy this year, but produces a very interesting and dynamic design perfect for contemporary bathrooms. I love how the wood grain tile on the floor mimics the cool horizontal design used on the shower wall. Then the multiple mosaic products used both on the shower floor and statement wall behind the freestanding tub have similar color palettes but slightly different patterns.