The scorching sunlight that remarks the beginning of summer makes you miss beachside and tanned skin. While you live far away from the coastal area and vacation seems to be faraway, create your own seaside vibe with these chic and charming beach bathroom ideas inside the house.
As it filled with stylish décor and captivating interior, our beach bathroom recommendation ranges from light and easy feeling in an all-white design, wooden-dominated bath with strong nature touch, to the elegant color of gray. Take a cue from the collection to transform the bathroom look, so that you want to pamper yourself in it every day. Even when the weather is gloomy, you still can feel that beach vibe all the time.
In case you still have a vacant space on the attic, make use of it by having the room transformed into a bathroom. Since the attic tends to be tiny, consider using white as the main color for the interior. Don’t forget to add some lively touch, such as a gray marbled countertop for the sink and wooden board for the floor.
Blue will instantly remind you of the sea, so it is only right to paint your bathroom wall in that color for a perfect beach vibe. Use a pattern play on the floor to liven up the design and hang a large statement wall art to fill in the empty wall.
If there is a color to represent a beach theme other than white, it would be blue. Make an accent for the bathroom wall using blue tiles in a subway pattern. It will bolden the design, as well as highlighting the shower area in the bathroom. The above design is pretty rich in patterns since the separating wall and the floor also comes in different patterns.
A minimalist wall that is kept décor-free is great, but while you can, why don’t hang a pair of floating shelves to make it look full? Even though the wall is already rounded by the mirror and wall art, the shelves that contain some lovely ornaments still managed to stand out. Surely, they come in matching beach theme as the rest of the room.
Dark color such as gray is probably not the top pick for a beach theme. However, when you try to use one, it turns out to be nice. As seen in the picture above, the wall is covered in dark gray shiplap, which serves as a nice background for the mirror and sconces. While the patterned white flooring brightens things up.
Twin vanity is often used when you are lucky enough to have a spacious bathroom. While they usually stand close side by side, you can make some distance between them and turn the bridge into an extra seat! With some matching patterned pillows as the finishing touch, your bathroom couldn’t be prettier.
If you feel like your bathroom lacks natural lights and turning the lamps on all the times may cost you on your bills, carve out some square on the wall and replace it with glass blocks instead. The distortion will give you privacy, but its transparency allows the sunlight to pierce in.
In a bathroom, either the shower area or the tub is given the spotlight more often than not. Case in point, the black bathtub definitely stands out against the white-dominated interior. Another feature that highlights the tub area is the splendid glass chandelier hung just above it.
Beach theme can be created out of various colors, including pastels. In this tiny vanity corner, the beach vibe is exuded by the twin wooden vanity with marble countertop, as well as black faucets and towel hanger. But if it’s not for the honeycomb as the accent wall, the design wouldn’t be that splendid.
Trigger your creativity in designing your dream beach bathroom. When everything seems to be set, all you need is a small finishing to make a distinctive interior look. The two pendants above the vanity cabinet look quirky since they are covered in reusable jars. You can change it to any unused stuff you’ve got in the house.
A rounded corner in a bathroom is perfect for placing your oval tub. With its surrounding windows, you have made sure of both an outside view and a highlighted spot for it. However, don’t neglect the vanity area and give it a dramatic touch by installing yellow lighting to replace the mirror frame, as well as having the bulbs covered by artificial leaves above it.
Right from the first glance, you can tell that this bathroom has a strong nautical look in it. Taking up a small space for powder room, every inch of it looks stylish thanks to the coordinated color in every element. Look at how the wall painting, mirror, wall art, and even the towel match each other gorgeously. Not the mention the greenery peeking out from under the vanity.
Chic and unique are the right words to describe the above vanity corner. Pushed inside a cramped nook, it comes in a stylish design with the sea-themed wallpaper pattern and the porthole frame used on the mirror. The subtle white accent and wooden cabinet make the look complete.
There is nothing better than soaking your body in a tub while enjoying the panoramic view outside. Make the most out of it by having transparent glass windows surrounding your bathtub. Especially when you have a beautiful lake view or sea view, then the beach vibe couldn’t be more real.
Having twin vanity to occupy one side of the wall wouldn’t hurt. Consists of white and gray with the touch of patterned flooring, the long twin vanity is visually separated by the tall window. As for the twin vanity, don’t forget to use double mirrors to be placed above each sink.
To be honest, not all sunlight is enjoyable. Not when the heat reaches its peak. But it shouldn’t stop you from placing the bathtub by the window since you can use a window treatment to block the sunlight whenever you want! Also, the seagrass basket on the floor strengthens the seaside feeling in the interior.
Wall décor is the finishing touch you never thought you’d need to make your bathroom design more perfect. As for the picture above, your attention will get stolen by the pair diamond-shaped wall décor, which houses two tiny succulents. The design will be okay without both, but their presence definitely makes a difference.
To have a vanity in the bathroom is a must, but a tiny space would make it harder to create one. Utilize every nook and corner that exists, such as the bathroom above. Even twin vanity fits in the nook to enrich the monochromatic beach theme in black and white.
The vertical shelving is a way to give you extra storage without adding clutter to the bathroom floor. Despite being cramped on the corner, the vertical shelving still manages to stand out since it contains the distinctive rattan basket and a few ornaments.
In an all-white bathroom, patterns help to liven up the design, but sometimes they are not enough yet. If this is the case, using some visible wooden beams on the ceiling, create another focal point. Other than that, the large wall art above the tub is also noteworthy.
What stands out the most from this bathroom? It would be the wooden board used for flooring and floating vanity. The combo of wood and detailed blue tiles on the wall completes the minimalist and clean look.
Last but not least, feel the authentic tropical beach vibe while you’re bathing within this wooden outdoor shower. The shower area is still attached to the main building, but the open ceiling will make you feel like you’re on vacation every day.