We just finished this bathroom remodel that we took on all by ourselves, and I am absolutely thrilled with how it turned out. When we first got started on this project, I felt like I was way over my head. These rooms have so many elements and details that you have to remember to incorporate that it can definitely make your head spin. I turned to this website for bathroom ideas and inspiration to help me determine my layout and overall decor scheme. I wouldn’t say that my personal home style falls into any one category — I like some traditional things, but I also love modern art and funky decorative accents.
I knew that when I set out to redecorate our guest suite, that I wanted to incorporate some kind of fun bathroom themes that I would not necessarily want to use in other main areas of the home. For me, this project gave me a way to use my creativity and experiment with finishes and styles that could be a little too “out there” for my personal bathroom. I wanted to keep the foundation pretty simple just in case I didn’t like the finished look, then jazz things up with some fun bathroom accessories. My inspiration piece was this gorgous antique crystal chandelier that I got from a local flea market. When I was browsing different types of bathroom styles on this site, I determined that I wanted to go with a sort of “vintage glamour” theme, and I think that this fixture perfectly personifies that look.
If you are browsing around this site for bathroom remodel ideas like I was, look no further than this awesome spacious design. Not only is the master bathroom huge with every luxurious feature you could possible want (including a soaking tub!) but the decor and finishes are absolutely stunning. The soft color palette is so subtle and relaxing, nothing bold enough to distract from the calming vibe the space puts off. The unusual use of multiple bathroom mirrors on the vanity wall also makes the area seem bigger because it reflect the light, giving the illusion of more open spaces. I also love the unique vintage touches scattered throughout the space including the mercury glass mirror frames, funky vanity chair, and interesting use of wall paint.
A small bathroom can sometimes be a challenge to decorate because you don’t want the designs that you choose to overwhelm a limited floorplan. So many designers preach the use of simple neutral palettes and light colors to make the room seem open and airy despite the small size. I agree with those points, however, I don’t think that you have to settle for boring monochromatic styles just because your square footage is minimal. I believe that you can have fun with decor, from color to bathroom tiles and everything in between. This home is a great example of how you can still be creative with pattern and detailing in a small bathroom.
This gorgous master is a fantastic source of outstanding bathroom design ideas and inspiration if you are thinking about building or updating yours. This space is certainly larger and more luxurious than the average bathroom, but there are a multitude of techniques and decor items that could easily be translated into any size space. First and foremost, I love the unique use of mosaic wall tile throughout the space. It almost acts as a bold wallpaper but with a fantastic modern bathroom twist. Even better, the designer continued to play with pattern on the floor tile, installing a classic herringbone pattern to contrast the geometric shapes on the wall.
Picking the right bathroom layout for your floorplan and square footage is a very important to making your space feel finished and efficient. There are a lot of features that need to be included in a bathroom — tub, shower, sinks, storage, water closet, vanity, and the list goes on. Finding the proper placement for each of the elements can be challenging, but your effort will be rewarded in a gorgous magazine worthy space like this one. All elements of the design flow well with each other and, between the layout and bathroom decor, create an easy traffic throughout the space. The focal point of this master bath are the his and hers vanities placed on either side of a large storage unit with built in television.