Whenever I am laying in bed at night trying to fall asleep, I somehow find myself browsing bathroom remodel pictures on my phone. I guess it is probably because I am deep in the throws of a home remodel and projects like these are just constantly on my mind. I really like these bathroom pictures because the design is an eclectic spin on a traditional country bathroom. Between the beadboard accents on the walls and cabinetry as well as the luxurious marble shower, there are a lot of features of this space that scream traditional style. But when you pair this with sleek chrome hardware, and awesome light fixture and polished accents, you also get a bit of a contemporary twist in there.
Every time I go down the rabbit hole of looking at bathroom remodel pictures, I always gravitate towards similar style spaces that feature a contemporary foundation and marble tiling. I love any bathroom remodel ideas that show real or faux marble paired with frameless glass showers, a simple white vanity, and polished chrome accents just like this beautiful space. I plan to build a very similar looking space where our current (small) master bath is located so I try to look at as many photos as possible so that I do my due diligence in research every possible angle, accent piece, and color element to ensure that the space is perfect.
I found this really cool house when I was looking up bathroom remodel pictures to find some inspiration for our guest bath makeover we are undertaking. I knew that I wanted to keep it very neutral since a number of people would be staying in this room and I stuck to only a modern bathroom remodel photo gallery because we really are not interested in anything too traditional. This is the space that especially stuck out to me because I really like the interesting take on a more classic marble tile. The product they use has some nice grey and white marbling but almost looks like wood planks with grain running through it. I really like how they carried the tile all throughout the bathroom because it keeps everything clean and cohesive like most of the small bathroom ideas I have looked out.
I often look at bathroom remodel pictures just to get a little inspiration for any design project I am about to get started on. I know that it is probably quite surprising that an interior decorator would even think to look at bathroom renovation pictures, but sometimes looking at unique designs can jog the decorating process and open up whole new worlds of different looks to try. We certainly don't copy the photos but merely get inspired. This room is a great example of one that really influenced a recent design of mine. The homeowner would never go for such modern bathroom ideas, but I love the angular look they achieved with the layout.
Any time I look at bathroom remodel pictures I am always drawn to spaces like these that feature marble tiling and and a mixture between and traditional contemporary take on things. I think that the key to great modern bathroom design is not making it too cold and stark but to add in some of the warmth and coziness that more traditional styles have. For example, in this space, I really like the crown molding and traditional herringbone pattern that they used for the tiling. It helps to merge the two styles in a way that really works well together. I definitely want to recreate a look like this for our master bathroom remodel, complete with marble tiling and ebony vanity and all.
I am quite proud of these bathroom remodel pictures because the reflect the hard work we put into this fabulous luxurious master suite. I think that a lot of people wondering how to remodel a bathroom can draw inspiration from what we did in here because we added a fairly simple and geometric layout that I imagine would fit easily into many homes (with the space of course). Rather than complicating things with a confusion floor plan, with added a very long double vanity to one side of the room then kept the jacuzzi tub and frameless corner shower on one end. This actually cut down on our home remodeling costs because all of the new plumbing (we had existing sink pipes) was concentrated to one small area so we did not have to pay double.