I was wondering if anybody on here can help me come up with some guest bathroom ideas that would help to make this room look a little bit more "finished" and decorated. I hired a designer for our master suite, but I really did not want to spend that much on guest bathroom decor. Little did I know that I would be just as stumped trying to figure out what I wanted to do in here. As you can see, we actually have a pretty nice base to the room in that the vanity and tile is really quite up-to-date and nice. I just feel like there is no real style or personality in here -- do you all get the same vibe? I found myself in a gallery of small bathroom designs 2022 and quickly got overwhelmed, so I thought I would start here if anybody has advice.
I am just loving all of the guest bathroom ideas that our neighbor came up with for us! Trust me I never could have come up with this entire thing on my own. In fact, I have had some terrible experiences with small bathroom makeovers gone bad. Not in this house luckily, but some things have definitely gone south for us if you know what I mean haha. Since we are pretty sure that we want to stay in this house long term, I wanted to make sure I did not mess things up. For that reason, I enlisted Shelley's help on figuring out what small bathroom ideas would be super timeless and elegant but still have that trendy edge that makes you feel like your home is up to date. Well she certainly hit the nail on the head with this one!
These are absolutely fantastic guest bathroom ideas for anybody that loves modern art or even just bold bright colors in interior decor. At this point, I have seen dozens and dozens of modern bathroom ideas on here, but most of what they consider "contemporary" are sleek all white designs with either gold or chrome fixtures. Those are nice and all, but I like my personal spaces to have something a little bit more unique to them. Mounting huge pieces of art next to a shower is definitely not something I would have ever considered, but it definitely works here. This is something that would be awesome in any type of small bathroom designs with shower or for a much larger suite layout as well. Plus I love the use of darker tile so that the bright colors can really stand out.
I found this photo in a gallery of guest bathroom ideas, but I adore them for our new master! We live in a coastal area, so nautical themes are frequently over done. The thing I like most about these guest bathroom decor ideas is that it still feels a bit coastal but with a much more modern and universal edgy to it. We have a shiplap wall in our bathroom where they used brick, but I think that the overall decor in here would still work very well for our space. I definitely want to do charcoal painted panelling and retro tile like they used here, especially with the antiqued brass accents. Out of all the pictures of small bathrooms that I looked at, this is definitely the most bold design, but I actually think it still works really well.
I'm curious what people think of our guest bathroom ideas because we can't decide if they would still be considered on trend, or if they look super outdated. I hear that mixing different colors of wood cabinets is really popular for kitchens, but I wan't sure if that translates to bathroom decor or not. We have always loved a "mix and match" look, so the master bedroom is really no different. The one thing that I am pretty sure about is that the brass fixtures and lights are pretty outdated. However, I have seen some things on Pinterest where they rub a glaze on the brass and it tarnishes it to that antiqued brass color that seems very trendy now. We are just so unsure. Does anybody have better small bathroom decorating ideas for the place, or do you think this is good?
These are some awesome guest bathroom ideas that, honestly, I never would have thought of on my own. I have heard of using brick veneer, in other areas of the house but I was not sure how it would hold up in the bathroom. I mean I guess that I still don't know since this isn't my house, but I imagine if professional designers use it in beautiful bathroom makeovers like this then it must be fine to use in moist areas. I would really love to do this in our guest sweet where my mother in law will stay because I think she would really get a kick out of the downtown vibe. Most small bathroom ideas 2022 opt for those white subway tiles that you see everywhere, but I wanted something different and more edgy than that.