When it comes to great bathroom design, the inspiration is endless. And data even shows that the quality of your bathroom has an effect on your home’s overall value. Despite being one of the smaller rooms, bathrooms require equal—if not more—design power when compared to larger spaces. From paint colour to fittings, vanities and lighting, the list of factors to consider will multiply before you can say “bubble bath.”
No matter which direction you choose, this list is filled with bathroom designs that can appeal to all tastes. Having trouble deciding between Carrara or Marquina? Unsure which type of lighting will complement your new brass double vanity? The bathroom designs below may be just what you need to visualize your future dream bath. Whether you’re prettying up a petite powder or overhauling a grandmaster, the best way to begin is to first get inspired.
WHITE AND GOLD
The bathroom design in this interior design project from San Francisco features the classic combination of white and gold. Also featured in the design, is a bubbly side table, that doubles as a piece of art to compliment the overall look.
In this coastal Malibu home designed by Oliver M. Furth, the guest bathroom benefits from an exciting combination of great lighting and ocean blue paint.
Mirrors make a narrow bathroom in this Tuxedo Park, New York, home look more spacious.
A black marble vanity and smoked black mirror create a sultry bathroom vibe in this modernized Lower East Side condo.
The tub in the master bath of this French home is by Jacob Delafon, with fittings by Waterworks, the sconces are by Niermann Weeks, and the Veere Grenney chair is covered in an Armani/Casa fabric; the chandelier is by Tony Duquette, and the vanity, mirror, and marble flooring are all custom designs.
In the master bathroom design of this Madrid home, custom-made mouldings of carved walnut, steel, and silver leaf replicate an original motif in the Art Deco apartment building. The sink is custom-made, and the towel rack and shower and sink fittings are by Devon & Devon.
The master bathroom design of Alice Childress and Christopher Daniels’s downtown Manhattan loft, designed with the help of Courtnay Daniels Haden, includes an antique freestanding marble tub, a vintage Italian chandelier, and an inherited 18th-century painting.
A sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks a bathroom in French architect Jacques Grange’s Paris apartment.
The bathroom design in this Notting Hill townhouse is sheathed in Nero Marquina marble, the 1950s slipper chair is by Ico Parisi, and the 1950s vase by Ercole Barovier was a Paris flea-market find.