My husband and I really want to make a statement with the bathroom themes in our house. This is going to be our forever home so I am not afraid to play around with style and bathroom remodel ideas to make them exactly what we want them to be. I am in love with this zen style look that the owners of this gorgeous mountain retreat chose for their master suite. I would like to carry a similar organic look throughout all of the bathrooms (as well as the kitchen perhaps). The element that stands out most to me in these bathroom pictures is the gorgeous wood accents on the tub surround and ceiling They really offset the neutral color palette while adding in a warm rustic touch that provides the perfect contrast against the sleek lines of the architecture and tub.
So many of my clients ask me what the best bathroom themes are to not only create a beautiful space, but to be attractive to potential buyers if they choose to sell down the road. Today's most popular bathroom themes feature all white looks with marble accents, but I fear that that look is on the way out. It has been way over done lately so I am more inclined to suggest a more classic neutral palette with natural stone accents like this gorgeous space. We stuck with classic travertine bathroom tile ideas that would be simple and neutral enough to blend well with any person's decor preferences, but brought in a lot of accent pieces in order to let the current homeowner's personality shine. This is definitely the safest bet when it comes to picking themes for this type of room.
I have been very into historical bathroom themes lately, that bring in lots of antiques and custom color palettes. Even when we were coming up with small bathroom design ideas for our powder room, I made sure to bring in some of these touches such as the gilded federal style mirror and matlisse shower curtain. These colonial touches give the space a classic colonial look that I find very elegant and timeless. I feel like most people are afraid to commit to bathroom decorating themes like this but I find that it is a great way to direct the style of the space and help you to pick out furnishings. If you find an idea that you want to stick to, it is much easier to narrow down decorative elements like paint, fixtures, and tiling.
When it comes to bathroom themes, I definitely tend to lean on the unique side. As you can see from our new guest room, we went with retro themed bathroom design ideas in a simple yet powerful black and white color palette. Because a lot of the individual elements were very basic (classic white subway tile, simple mosaics for the counter, a crisp black boarder), they were quite easy to find and relatively cheap to purchase. Our biggest spend was on the frameless glass shower door that we wanted to splurge on in order to show off the cool bathroom themes that we chose for the interior. Awesome decor does not need to be expensive or complicated, just be ready to think creatively and look for bargains.
I was a little hesitant when my interior designer said that she wanted to combine multiple design themes when planning my master bath. But I am so glad I trusted her because this room turned out great. She told me that merging bathroom themes, like modern and traditional, is very popular this year. I love how she was able to blend the two designs together to make a beautiful room. The sleek and clean-cut vanity with vessel sinks brings in the modern bathroom design that I was hoping for. This paired with the unique green tiled shower and soaker bathtub really add to the modern feel of the room. I think my favorite part about the remodel is the stone subway tile that is surrounding the sink. This tile brings in the traditional design theme and its a brilliant accent to the dark vanity. Additionally, my interior designer added the glass block wall above the tub, which she easy is a popular trend for new bathroom ideas .
When it comes to bathroom themes and rustic country look is definitely always my favorite. As you can see we went wild with country bathroom ideas in our master bedroom and really committed to the down home theme I wanted to create. Buffalo plaid curtains, black and white prints of the farm I grew up in, and rustic iron accents really set the tone of the space, while a warm peachy red shade on the walls makes it feel warm and inviting. I also did not skimp on the bathroom decor. We wanted lots of natural accents, so I brought in a bright green few plants on our shelf, knick knacks for the counter and even sconces for candles to set the mood. I could not be more pleased with how the entire thing turned out.