There are so many beautiful styles and ideas out there that is impossible not to customize your bathroom and make it a special space in your interior design!
Elle Decor made a selection of the fanciest, stylish and modern bathroom’s design, focusing in color trends, to help you improving your luxury home decoration and, obviously, Home Decor Ideas will present it to you.
Let’s bright up your bathroom!
Tiles by Original Style and a 19th-century painted wrought-iron washbasin in this Bordeaux, France, bathroom designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac.
In Mehall Griffey and Jerry Maggi’s apartment, the walls and floor of the master bath are covered in Bisazza tiles, the French mirror is 1950s, and the custom sink was handmade by Sicilian craftsmen; the fittings are by Hansgrohe, and the ceiling is covered in gold leaf.
Grass-green walls studded with hand-painted aluminum flowers create a garden oasis in the powder room of a San Francisco house decorated by Katie Ridder. The Queen Anne–style mirror is framed in cobalt glass and gilt wood, and Ridder designed the coral-tipped Lucite sconces.
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BLUE IN MARRAKECH
At Dar Es Saada, the guesthouse at legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech home, designer Bill Willis gave each of the six bathrooms its own style by employing tilework in an array of hues.
At designer Jamie Drake’s New York apartment, the powder room’s exuberant grid of colors pays tribute to the 1960s artist Gene Davis, echoing the palette of his striped silk screens. The vivid squares were painted by Moira Kelly, and the artwork is by Lucio Fontana.
In a Malibu house designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a powder room’s washstand and mirror are custom made, the sink fittings are by Berbere World Imports, and the walls are covered in a paper by Nobilis.
In a bath at art and antiques dealer Pierre Passebon’s retreat in rural France, decorator Jacques Grange referenced the work of Swedish designer Carl Larsson by utilizing narrow strips of molding to add detail to the white-lacquered walls.
In a Normandy house, the tub in the master bath is by Jacob Delafon with fittings by THG, the floor tiles are by Winckelmans, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Estate Emulsion in Off-White.
So, now the hard part will be choosing… isn’t it? Let us now what is your favorite color to use in a bathroom!