There are some great bathroom design ideas on the internet and you may take inspiration from them if you want to remodel your existing spaces in the house and give them a fresh look and feel. Scouring through this site's bathroom ideas photo gallery, I came across these two pictures of a bathroom that we will discuss today.Upon entering this elegant and traditional bathroom with an open layout, you can see an exquisite walnut wood vanity with a marble countertop and mirror. The cabinets on this vanity can be extremely functional, to be used multi-purpose as storage for linen, towels, medicine, and more.Furthermore, in these bathroom pictures, we see a bathtub overlooking a classic window setting. On the left of the picture is the second vanity with sinks and cabinets in ivory wood. This overall serene look complements the light Latte flooring in this grand bathroom. You can try one or all of these elements in your bathroom and see what works best for your space.
I love looking at photos of beautiful bathrooms like this one because it gives me inspiration and helps me plan out upcoming home renovation. We bought our house knowing that it would need a lot of work and that, at minimum, we would have to gut the master bathroom, if not all of them. Luckily, we have a lot of square footage available to us, the rooms are just very out of date and configured quite oddly. Our master suite is located on the third floor of our house, so we have a peaked roofline like in this space. I love how they took advantage of this architectural feature and turned it into bathroom wall decor by installing the shower and beautiful marble tile in that peak. This design choice generated a gorgeous focal point for the space that was further accented by the marble mosaic inset in the floor and huge his and hers vanity unit on the opposite wall. Bathroom pictures like this get me so excited to start building our new space.
It took me forever to decide on the right bathroom tile ideas to use in our master suite remodel. As you can tell we have quite a large floor plan with a ton of area to work with. There was enough room to add completely separate his and hers vanity areas including a beautiful dedicated dressing area for me. We also have large jacuzzi tub, freestanding shower and steam area so I needed something that would unify the huge expanse of space without being too costly. These lovely dark travertine bathroom floor tiles were the perfect choice because the coordinate will with the ashy oak stain on the cabinetry units as well as our bronze fixtures and knobs. It is light enough to keep the bathroom bright and clean looking, yet deep enough to give a richness to the space. These bathroom pictures don't do the room justice, I actually think the look is much more beautiful in person because you can see the unique detailing of the tile and just how well in brings out the richness of the wood.
The bathroom in home was due for a huge make over and now its simply showroom worthy. I incorporated several modern bathroom ideas to make the space just as functional as it is eye catching. The gray, floor to ceiling tile offers an easy wipe down and neutral backdrop for all of natures glorious colors that are reflected inward, from the large window that was already there! Even though going full tile still seemed a bit bold to me, I was pleased to come across some additional bathroom ideas, which I later incorporated into my renovation. The wood plank ceiling for instance, adds a warm hue to contrast the cool gray, and the floating vanity makes the room seem even larger! Now, I think my bathroom pictures are even better than the ones posted on those new home listings and all it took was a bold eye to modernize.
Because your home is your palace, your bathroom remodel ideas shouldnt be dictated only by practical concerns. Using a little imagination ensured that an essential room in my home received the royal renovation treatment. From fixtures to flooring, there is much to choose from and as you may discover, bathroom designs have moved beyond the functional into the fantastic. As you can see in my bathroom pictures, all the design elements combine to depict enduring elegance and comfort. The cool, classic beauty of a polished marble floor and the clean lines of scratch-resistant, natural stone granite countertops are easy to care for and present a timeless, high-end appeal. A walk in, glass enclosed shower and the commode situated just opposite are both encased in columned portico to afford maximum privacy. The sunken, tiled tub surround is set by a large bay window that bathes the area in natural light. A cool color palette, warmed by antique reproduction lighting fixtures completed my vision of a room fit for a kingor queen, along with their royal offspring.
Many people think that small bathroom ideas only utilize boring white tile and very neutral color palettes. Of course, the best rule of thumb for decorating a room with limited square footage is to keep things light and bright, and the overall design quite simplistic and neutral in order to make the space seem as large as possible. But this does not mean that you cannot have fun with trendy bathroom tiles in unique designs. This room is a great example of experimenting with popular materials in a way that is cohesive and does not make the room feel cluttered. The natural stone subway tiles match the material of the unique vessel sink, and are perfectly accented by the awesome brown and tan mosaic tile used in the upper half of the room. Using the bolder design on the top half draws the eye upwards towards the ceiling and gives the illusion of more height (and thus more space). If you like this idea, but are nervous to commit to the style in your own home, I would suggest gathering several bathroom pictures to use as inspiration then consult a designer at your local tile shop for guidance on which pieces would work best in your space.