When you are talking about kitchen counters, marble is sometimes a problematic material. Staining it is easy, but it is not necessarily easy to care for and maintain. When we talk about marble in the bathroom, though, it’s hard to find any marble naysayers out there. It is a beautiful, classic choice for bathrooms of almost any style. And if your budget allows that, when you use marble in your space, it is honestly difficult to disagree. There are, however, a number of ways to incorporate this material into your bathroom. If you’re looking to bring some marble in your bathroom, here are some inspiring marble bathroom ideas to steal.
Accent walls are increasingly being used by homeowners and designers to raise interest in the bathroom. Definitely a big home décor trend, mosaic tile, or other tile styles such as honeycomb or chevron are an excellent idea for wall accented bathroom. In a wet and humid room, they are easy to care for and are a lovely and unique décor.
Silk or plastic plants may never die, but let’s be real: with live greenery, every home looks (and feels) better — and small trees enhance any room’s style factor and livability. If you’re ready to upgrade your indoor gardening game, adding large indoor plants to your bathing area will make your space more colorful, welcoming, and comfortable.
Over time, framed screen doors were modified to make statements of style and design. This is because the frames are available in a variety of colors, shapes, and designs. Thus, an easy way to make a statement of design with a framed shower door is to select one with the statement frames, like this black frame, for instance. If you are looking for a functional and basic shower door, then a framed shower door is an appropriate option.
Despite their small sizes, these contemporary floating vanity packs plenty of smart storage. The vanity’s large top drawer houses a custom laundry hamper, while the drawers on the bottom feature plenty of space for easily organized creams, toothbrushes, and more. A floating vanity makes the space appear larger, and makes it easy to clean the space.
A vanity is the focus of most bathrooms and sets the space tone. Apart from serving as a tower for your sink and offering storage space and counter space, a wonderful vanity can add a significant impact to your bathroom, taking it from boring to phenomenal. Today’s bathroom vanities can make a bold statement in any bathroom, and here’s the “decorator-worthy” example we found.
Brass bathroom hardware continues to play a prominent role, praised for its ability to simultaneously look tried-and-true as well as modern. The linear hardware in this bathroom, delivered in a stylish silhouette, brings paint and elegance to a space combining antique accents with present-day flair.
A bit of sparkle can go a long way in making a bathroom feel big. The iridescence of such a marble tile is magnificent. It is always a winning idea also to use mirrors to create the illusion of space. It’s one of the book’s oldest tricks, but there’s a reason for it.
If the bathroom is small, or you want to keep the décor open and airy, consider a floating vanity on the shelf. The floating vanity with matching mirror and cabinetry offers you a contemporary bathroom solution.
They not only look great, but floor-to-ceiling windows also offer the room a sense of airiness and freshness. This is especially true if you’ve got a nice view to look outside the window. Imagine how amazing it would be to have such an unrestrained view from the solace of your bathroom to the outside world. They also add aesthetic appeal to the house’s exterior and open the house’s interiors to the outside world.
Flush mount lightings accent the overall room décor. You can add warm light, lovely color, and exciting style to any room design with flush mount lightings – including your bathroom. They cast ambient light over a wide area, making them an excellent choice for your busiest rooms. Furthermore, their low profile works better than pendants or chandeliers in rooms with low ceilings.
Using a herringbone tile pattern creates more interest on the wall, draws the eye up, and makes the space feel more open and airy. Take this luxury bathroom, for instance. Sticking the herringbone pattern at a 45-degree angle to the room is a dynamic look that elongates the room and draws your eye toward the top of the space.
Built in all shapes, sizes, and heights, ottomans can complement any space — whether it requires an accent, complementary colors, patterns, or functional purpose. Play with shapes like ovals, rectangles and octagons, and upholstery featuring different textures and colors which inject visual interest into a marble bathroom.
Isn’t that chandelier in the all-white bathroom above gorgeous? We have to admit that we never thought a chandelier in a bathroom could make the room, but in this example, they do make the room. What’s interesting about the lighting in the above bathroom is it’s a more formal type of chandelier set in fairly casual bathroom design. The juxtaposition is striking.
A small side table adds a punch of much-needed personality to a serene bathroom. Besides, it’s also an excellent way to organize some of your necessities or display your favorite ornaments.
The idea of a stone wall in the bathroom is nothing new and has obviously been around for ages. But the last few decades have seen homeowners move from more modest and rustic alternatives to stylish and polished options that ooze an air of opulence in your luxury bathrooms. Organic, beautiful, and unique, the stone wall in the bathroom is a showstopper in every sense of the word.
Using a teak shower mat or a teak bath mat is cheaper and long-lasting compared to traditional methods. Teak is really a better choice than conventional material. This hardwood is quite a beautiful material that imparts a luxurious element to a room. Its subtle tones and visual appeal will lift the appearance of your bathroom.
When updating your bath, don’t be afraid to use real rugs on the floor. Use a regular bath mat beside the tub to step out onto, and hang it up between showers; the ‘real’ rug can go on the floor in front of the sink, where less water will get on it. As long as the pieces you choose for your bathroom are not priceless, the small risk of moisture getting on them is well worth the style gain!
Before you decide on colors, finishes, and fixtures, you have to know where your vanity is going and how big it’s going to be. A galley layout includes two vanity spaces separated by a pass-through space in between. Each of these spaces can include sinks, or you can use one space to wash up and the other for seating, as shown in the example above.
A well-decorated bathroom often features artwork to go along with its décor style. Adding bathroom art can create a sense of thoughtfulness and beauty, turning the bathroom from a purely functional space to somewhere you look forward to spending time.
If you have the space (and budget), you can even add a small bench in the shower! Not only it adds a space to sit on, but it also adds value to your décor. With that being said, having a bench or stool in the bathroom can pretty much be life-changing.
If aesthetic appeal and beauty are among your top considerations when choosing a bathroom mirror, going frameless is a good idea. They have a simple, clean, and timeless look that will enhance the overall appearance of your bathroom.
If you’re not ready to take the plunge, opt for removable wallpaper. Choose one to enliven your bathroom without having to make a major commitment to a print or color. It’s temporary, affordable, and delightfully whimsical.
Every bathroom deserves the best lighting possible. For overall ambiance in the bathroom, nothing beats the all-around light created by a good overhead statement lighting.