Evoking boldness and fiery feelings, the red color will rush your adrenaline in an instance and pumping up your spirit every time you see it. While there are countless colors to choose from, splashing red into your bathroom will give you an energizing day. Take a look at our collection of red bathroom ideas that quickly get rid of all the neutral colors and minimalist styles that have been occupying your mind.
No matter how spacious or how tiny your bathroom is, this color could transform the vibe right away. You can embolden the redness by making it the dominating color, but you can also incorporate it subtly to highlight specific parts of the bathroom. Let’s find out which one is your favorite.
Red is a classic color that matches so well with traditional design. Enriched with antique furniture layout, making the most perfect red bathroom style with a touch of vintage vibe. The white wall blends in well with the flower-patterned wallpaper, finished off with the warm-lighted wall sconce.
Having only a red color in your bathroom could be too much, so it is best to combine it with other colors. In case you are still in doubt, go back to black and white. Red with black and white never go wrong, especially when there are also patterns in addition to it. Look how the black floor balances the pedestal sink and toilet seat – both in clean white.
There are many shades of red you can choose from to paint your bathroom, but not everyone is brave enough to decide on bold red. Since the color alone already stand out so much, the multi-colored neutral tiles on the lower half of the wall work as a perfect combination. But the highlight will be the “almost invisible” ornate mirror, which reflects each thing perfectly.
Want something different? You might have to try this upside-down bathroom design. Identical red subway tiles unite the wall and ceiling. The domination couldn’t even be broken by the ladder shelves. Thankfully the tub and flooring appear in natural white stone color. Note that the use of recessed lamps highlights the tiles feature more.
Add some luxury touch inside this another traditional bathroom design with the clawfoot tub. Known for its pricy nature, the tub will change the impression of the bathroom instantly. Red and gold make a good combination, but the shades of white create a clean and minimalist look. Show more features of the bathroom by letting the wooden ceiling to follow the original ceiling shape.
Having a tiny powder room space should not be a reason to give up style. This simple design proves that a small corner could be made stylish with a simple touch. Follow the natural wall curve and choose red tiles to cover its whole surface. Don’t let the curve be covered by using a floating vanity in dark wooden color.
The identical-looking vanity corner is originally dominated in white – look at the floor, wall, and cabinets. But the presence of red accent walls and doors change it into a red bathroom. While the vanity wall looks pretty empty, install twin foldable lamps that will help you to save some space and prevent it from looking cramped as well.
A bold color like red will be too much in a tiny space – it could make the room look even smaller. This is why installing a large mirror that fills in one side of the wall will create a reflection that makes the room visually larger. The addition of bright colors like white and yellow, as well as bright lightings, also helps with the layout.
The luxurious bathroom is wrapped perfectly in red and white in a balanced amount. While it may lack decoration or ornament – aside from the heart-shaped chair – but once you look up at the ceiling, you will find this spectacular glass chandelier that makes a strong statement. It also reflects lights perfectly, ends up brighten up the bathroom more.
Combining red and white results in a bright-looking room, since white lightens the strong and bold color. This particular bathroom appears in an ultra-modern style due to the glossy surface of the wall – which happens to be in red. See how the glossiness reflects every element in the bathroom perfectly, creating a pretty dramatic effect.
In this red and white bathroom, the wall tiles come in an array of red with tiny, detailed pieces. At a glance, the design might look too ordinary, even with the addition of floating wooden vanity. However, the most prominent feature would be the triple light balls that are hung just right above the sink over the corner. For a small space, using a wall-length mirror is a great idea.
Among the monochromatic shades, the matte red wall undoubtedly stands out against the rest. Since you already have a real nature painting from the floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall window, no décor addition needed.
You don’t have to cover the whole wall and flooring with red if you don’t want to, but you still can point out the vivid color. It is best to pair white and red, making the latter as the accent that breaks up the dominance. Such as this red mosaic accent wall that highlights the transparent glass sink.
White is not solely the best combination for red. Try to be different using another color, like this sea blue color as seen in the picture. Instead of red, blue is given pattern treatment. It turns out, the blue patterned flooring adds dynamic to the soft red wall.
Pattern play will never make you go out of style. Look at the fascinating pattern combination on the wall and flooring that highlights the vanity corner. Since the wall pattern is dominated by red with a splash of white, the flooring pattern comes in contrast – white with splashes of red. This makes a balanced look of the bathroom design.
For a teenage girl’s bathroom, you could steal this idea for a subtle red bathroom. Instead of using plain color, this quirky-patterned wallpaper creates a chic mood but not too much. Since the wall looks full already, keep the wall décor minimal.
This one is a timeless combination of red and white. Since it uses plain tiles and is tacked ordinary without any pattern applied, color blocks play will help – pay attention to the wall by the tub.
In a minimalist bathroom, red is probably not the number one choice. But this one will inspire you to create a minimalist bathroom design out of those two. Inside the clean and crisp room, the see-through neon tub appears as the focal point. It is also framed beautifully by the recessed lamps on the floor.
If you are worried that red will darken the bathroom mood, infuse a lot of white in it. The bathroom doesn’t lose its red identity with plenty of color splashes everywhere. Among the notable features are vanity backsplash, vanity cabinet, and rounded towel on the tub.
Show your boldness by covering and not letting an inch missing from the red coverage. It is not too bad to have the whole floor, wall, and ceiling in one shade of red with glossy finishing. Above the vivid color, the white furniture will look astonishing. To add some brightness in the room, use a large window that takes up the whole side of the wall.
The red floor and white wall are a classic and timeless you’d love to have for your bathroom. However, the all-white wall might look boring, but the lined accent tiles make a difference. The addition of other colors also enhances the stylish look.
Create a warm mood for the bathroom using warm yellow lights. The placement of the lights also matters. As seen in the picture, the lighting is placed strategically above the wooden bench in the vanity area, the shower ceiling, and recessed above the transparent door.
This red bathroom with detailed wall tiles is equipped with an extraordinary ceiling: combining wooden board and skylight. The skylight is intentionally created above the vanity to send an abundance of lights down.