Colors do make changes to bathroom designs. From the thousand shades of color available, blue should make into your top list. The soothing and calming color draws you closer to nature since blue is the color of the sea and sky. If you are either designing a bathroom or considering a remodel, take a look at these blue bathroom ideas.
From the dark navy to the light blue sky, scroll down to figure out which color of blue suits you the most. Don’t forget to add statements, accents, and décors for a more stylish appearance of your bathroom. Inspiration starts from the bathroom, so make sure that you have your bathroom cozy and comfy.
Incorporating navy blue to white will never go wrong. The accent shiplap wall behind the vanity makes an undeniable statement, especially for a nautical theme or farmhouse style. The dark color outlines both the mirror and sconces, as well as serving as a nice background for the wooden vanity.
Since modern and contemporary vanity is probably too common these days, you might want to look at a different kind of style. Do consider this Asian-style one – which also comes with vintage pattern vanity – to bring out serenity from the bathroom as well as giving an exotic touch with its one-of-a-kind design. As for the wall, the blue and white wallpaper with a little bit of gray completes the oriental look of this bathroom.
The whimsical pattern wallpaper turns the bathroom into a fun space while still manage to look elegant at the same time. While the wall is already full of pattern, it doesn’t mean that you couldn’t add more to the flooring. The detailed tiles won’t overwhelm the design or making it looks too much. Instead, you can create balance through the clean white vanity and décor.
Blue and white make the best team when it comes to creating a brighter-looking bathroom. Speaking of which, blue subway tiles are a classic style that you could opt for. The glossy finish reflects the light perfectly, sending more brightness to every corner of the room. It also produces an optical illusion, which makes the design interesting.
Got so much love for blue? Don’t hesitate to make it the only tone for your bathroom. The large block tiles fill up the whole wall that it doesn’t need any more décor or ornaments. The white wall and vanity make a neat and clean design, leaving more room for the subtle-patterned flooring.
Camo wallpaper has become a trend nowadays, and you might want to have one for your bathroom. Instead of the typical green camo pattern, you can consider this unique zebra pattern in blue color. Despite the narrow powder room, covering the wall like this makes it more stylish. Remember not to use too many colors, thus having the vanity in the same shade of blue with white countertop is the best choice.
Pastel colors may look calming and soft, but the softness could produce boring appearance when it comes to design. While you can’t resist the charm of pastel blue, balance things out with the touch of colorful floral-patterned wallpaper. Adding patterned rugs also helps to create a layer on the floor.
Since blue is the color of water and sea, there seem to be no more perfect fits than fish as the pattern for this wallpaper. Even the décor plays along with it, taking the shape of a quite big white fish. The use of a single pedestal sink adds a vintage touch to the design.
Bring some refreshments to your attic bathroom using greenery as décor. In fact, you can add plenty of them, place them right behind the tub for accent and statement. Another statement worth looking at is the extra-long mirror, which stretches beyond the vanity.
When there is not much space to work in the bathroom – as you can see that it is integrated with the laundry room – you need to create a separate section to tell which is what. As the blue color has dominated the wall, add accent for the toilet and shower box using the quirky and fun honeycomb tiles in three different colors!
Create a dreamy look for your bathroom by combining light blue shades, white furniture, and a bit of wooden element. Framing up the whole design is the textured stone flooring, which is left in its natural color. The full-length window on the side makes the room even brighter.
For a more masculine look, you could use this moody blue color. But it’s essential to create balance so that the bathroom won’t look too dark. The marble flooring and white vanity do the job very well, as well as the bright shower room. Note that the yellow lights from the sconces produce a dramatic effect when it is reflected on the wall.
Sneaking in blue color inside an all-white bathroom is not difficult since the color will immediately liven up the design. Make an accent wall for the vanity section with this detailed mosaic pattern. As if it is not enough, have the vanity in bolder blue color.
A design that is suitable for all ages, this stylish nautical bathroom matches perfectly well with the theme. Your attention might be driven instantly by the starry sky painted ceiling, but the wall and flooring tiles are also detailed. While it is looked like the classic blue and white stripes, they are actually comprised of the tiny honeycomb tiles.
The dominating white color and shiplap wooden wall accent exude a lot of farmhouse style charm. Even when soft blue vanity truly livens up the design and creates a clean-looking bathroom, adding a colorful pattern to the flooring makes it look chic and fun.
Blue might not be the first choice for a rustic style, but it doesn’t mean the color won’t be a perfect match. As long as you choose the right shade of blue, such as this grayish-blue color, the tiny bathroom looks stylish. Show the rustic touch by leaving the wooden vanity in an unfinished look.
Exposed piping is the trait of industrial style, but who would have thought that it could be integrated into the minimalist design too. It creates a contrasting charm due to the wooden toilet lid and the light blue accent on the recessed side of the wall behind the tub. Remember that each color can stand out because of the white subway tiles and furniture.
The wall comes in a very light pastel blue color, so nothing seems to be more suitable as a combination other than white. Playing with patterns will create a more satisfying look at the design, and installing a statement lighting takes it to another level.
Choose several different shades of blue and stack it together in a striped pattern. It will be enough to fill up the bathroom so that there will be no statement or accent needed. Incorporate the tiles to the recessed bathroom niche for a simpler and cleaner look.
Textures, as well as patterns, make a huge difference in interior design. Try this bold look by using three different patterns for the vanity countertop, flooring, and wall. The un-patterned floating vanity with lights under it creates a dimensional appearance.
This trellis pattern is definitely an uncommon one, but the blue color is the best fit for the vanity. Add funny décor like the baby rules above that are placed on the vanity. Whether you have a baby or not, this still makes a difference.
This spacious bedroom has a lot of luxury in it, like the large vanity and the large tub. Since there is still more room left, why don’t you add a vanity chair in a matching color as the rest of the room?