The bathroom is often considered as a complementary part of a house, thus making you invest less time and energy in designing it. As a matter of fact, a bathroom should be not only functional but stylish in design too. Before everything, it should be neat and clean, but you have to make sure that adding some décor and ornament wouldn’t make it too crowded. Here we are going to present a series of inspiring bathroom theme ideas you could adapt right away.
Ranging from the classic and luxurious Mediterranean theme, chic industrial style, to the clean lines of an airy and mid-century modern theme, you will find one (or maybe more!) that suits your taste perfectly. Dig down until the last one to assure yourself that your bathroom certainly needs some remodeling.
Let’s start off with the clean lines and dreamy vibe presented by this airy bathroom in a modern interior. Filled with abundant natural light from the skylight above the shower area, it has the thing that you need most: tranquility found in this long, narrow space. The neutral color palette embraces the design perfectly.
Despite its many features, this bathroom will remind you of those relaxing spa time during the holiday. Wrapped in a wavy-textured wall, this bathroom includes plenty of natural materials: the pebble flooring under the tub, large plant over the corner, and the stone stool, to name a few.
The beach-style bathroom is typically associated with navy or blue color since it reflects the sea. But this bathroom design will give you a whole new vision by incorporating the energizing tones of red and yellow instead. Look at how the yellow-patterned wallpaper and the colorful cabinet match well with each other.
When you hear the word farmhouse, shiplap wall, open layout, and the domination of white are among the first things that come into your mind. It turns out that it’s not hurt to pop some vivid colors in the interior – look at how the touch of red truly livens up the vibe.
Speaking about elegance, nothing can beat this French Country bathroom design. The whole room is covered only in one gray color, but the pattern play definitely makes it more interesting. Despite only having one tone, the flower on the vanity sink gives a refreshing touch.
Believe it or not, lightings play a big part in defining the mood in a room. This earthy-toned bathroom comes in a classic French Country design. It exudes a romantic feeling thanks to the richness of lightings placed on the right spot – above the tub and vanity.
When you see concrete walls and dark wooden boards, you can tell that it’s an industrial design. To complete the look, exposed piping throughout the wall and ceiling will do, as well as the cage lamp in the shower area. Also, it’s okay to use different lights to separate the shower and the vanity.
Industrial design is not all about dimmed lamps, which have a strong vintage and mysterious vibe because bright lightings are also great. Take a look at this modern industrial bathroom which doesn’t leave its mandatory features (concrete wall and wooden flooring), but also supported by extreme brightness.
The beige color reminds you of the Earth, so having the bathroom designed in that tone will bring you a sense of inner peace. This classic Mediterranean design has a prominent feature that appears in the form of a transparent roof just above the tub.
With the clean lines and wooden material domination, this bathroom is undoubtedly a mid-century one. The large cabinets that are stretched from the floor to ceiling and wall to wall are the most interesting feature. Still, the large window behind the mirrors and the hanging lamps near the tub are also strikingly captivating.
Working on a small space could be tricky, so the clutter-free mid-century design is the right choice. This tiny vanity corner is covered in white wall and flooring, combined with wooden vanity and brass faucet and towel holders. For a nice finishing touch, put a small potted plant on the vanity.
Mediterranean style can appear simple and sophisticated too. This small shower box has many things to look at, from the textured wall and flooring made of different materials to the upgraded transparent ceiling with large visible beams.
White is the ultimate versatile color that easily fits into every design, including this modern bathroom design. Combining white and gray in an equal measure, the subway-tiled wall creates an elegant and accentuate the interior perfectly. Since the all-white might looks boring and dull, add a colorful touch with the small flower for the countertop.
For a small space, a dark tone may not be the best option since it might make the room look even narrower. But with the proper lighting and color combination, dark tiles can make a stylish bathroom. This monochromatic design uses only one light that focused on the bathtub.
Unlike one with narrow space, you have literally unlimited design choices with a spacious bathroom. Especially when you have an astounding outside view. Create an open layout with a full-scaled transparent glass wall to take up one whole side. The combination of white furniture and plenty of wooden material makes it complete.
Embracing the traditional rustic theme, this bathroom shows it through every inch, from the half wooden wall, vanity cabinet, the textured floor, and the stoned-wall shower area. To strengthen the rustic vibe, the warm yellow light sconce is a perfect choice.
With the rising popularity of the minimalist lifestyle, the Scandinavian design also makes its way to fame as well. Look at how the clean and defined lines of the interior are very pleasing to the eye with the refreshing touch from the greenery. But what steals attention from the bathroom is none other than the area rug, which rather vintage and traditional, yet still matches well in it.
If you don’t want to do a major renovation but still want to give your bathroom a new look, you could use this one. Just by replacing the curtains and window treatment, you can have a brand-new shabby chic look for the bathroom. Speaking of which, it is best to paint your bathroom in white.
Bring the chic tropical look inside your very own bathroom by stealing some ideas from the design above. The combination of pastel pink and those three tropical plants create an interesting look, while the flowery shower curtain is the prominent point. Not to mention the corner shelves, which are not quite a necessity but still nice to have.
As the first room you might visit first thing in the morning, a bathroom should be energizing and pump your spirit up. This yellow floral wallpaper flaunts a strong traditional feeling with the touch of luxury from the golden-legged sink to the vanity mirror.
Missing the holiday? You don’t need to go too far to make yourself feel close to nature. This serene tropical bathroom will do the job. Even though it’s not on the outdoor area, the open ceiling and pebble flooring (instead of tiles) make you feel like lost in heaven.
A bathroom is the most personal space in the house, which is why you should show your own taste in it, just like this pinkish Victorian bathroom. Consistently using white and pink, the main feature of this bathroom is probably the beautiful recessed ceiling above the bathtub.