Ever felt like renting a luxury hotel room just to take advantage of the spa-like bathroom? You're not alone. A well-designed, stylish bathroom can turn everyday activities into restorative self-care that helps you feel ready to take on the world (or just a full day of Zoom meetings). If your bathroom has been feeling less than inspired lately, spruce it up with one of these seven design ideas.
We just love a warm metal, especially in the image above. Gold fixtures contrast perfectly with a cool, grey-veined backsplash. For a pulled-together look, extend the bright metals to your shower, towel racks, and other metal accents in your bathroom. You can also mix metals, just be sure to keep it to two or three varieties and establish one as the dominant color.
Yes, we love subway tile, but there's a wholeworld of alternative tile shapes out there. The dramatic black hexagon tiles onboth the walls and the floor in this picture serve as the perfect contrast tothe bright white tub, light wood stool, and brass plant hanger. The grout youchoose is another option to inject your personal style. Match the tile to thegrout for a sleek, monochromatic look, or contrast the grout with the tile tomake the design pop.
If there's one sure-fire way to bring thedrama to your bathroom, it's with a statement light fixture. The starburstdesign is modern yet slightly whimsical, and it's the perfect choice to turnyour basic bathroom into a luxurious getaway.
When considering whether to have a chandelierinstalled, be sure your bathroom has the Is miles wow to get away with adding amore sizable light source.
Also, work with a licensed electrician who caninstall your fixture with safety guidelines in mind.
Stark, bare bathroom floors are the oppositeof luxurious. Cozy it up and add texture with patterned textiles.
In an otherwise neutral bathroom like the onein this picture, a vibrant rug adds much-needed personality and color.
Kick it up a notch and layer two contrastingrugs for more visual interest and floor coverage. Pro tip: pick washable bathrugs.
Toss out all your preconceived notions of whata bathtub should look like, andconsider adding a copper tub to your bathroom.
Copper tubs can look both rustic and modern atthe same time. As shown in this picture, the tub bridges the gap between thestylish glass shower enclosure and the more rustic stone accents.
These metal tubs also come in various shapes, sizes,and finishes to help you nail the exact look you want. As if those weren'tenough benefits, copper is also resistant to bacteria and mold,meaning you can spend less time scrubbing and more time soaking
Marble has long been a prized material forcreating statues and structures as far back as Greek and Roman times. If it'sgood enough for Michaelangelo to use to sculpt his famous David statue, it's more than suitable for your luxury bathroom.
Treat yourself to marble countertops and amarble bathtub surround, which is both chic and practical as it helps protectyour walls from splashes.
Even if you're a die-hard minimalist, you haveto admit that green looks pretty darn great in a bathroom.
We love the way this soothing, minty shadecomplements the ultra-modern bathroom shown above, and experts agree. Accordingto colour maven Amy Wax in Elle Decor, green is an excellent choice for abathroom.
"It's important that any bathroom colorgives you a sense of cleanliness and freshness, and green is certainly a colorthat feels very fresh,” she shares.
How does your bathroom measure up? How is it contributing to or detracting from your wellbeing? If it's doing more of the latter, consider bringing some of these ideas to life in your home.