Traditional bathroom is an oasis in the middle of modern and minimalist design popularity. Instead of boring and out-of-date, the traditional design brings plenty of sophistication and timeless style. It usually takes a certain historical period to be brought into the interior layout, such as the Gregorian or Victorian era.
Browse through the clean lines, elegant layout, and bright color choice that make up one stylish bathroom full of traditional charms. More than a place to wash up or doing business, your bathroom will transform into space to relieve stress and pumping a lot of energy in the morning.
Instead of an accent wall, use accent sink to add chicness to your traditional bathroom design. Amid neutral tones, the colorful breathes refreshing charm. The traditional pattern of the sinks is enough to make a statement and creating an appealing look for the interior. This trick works well when you only have tiny spaces and looking for a way to incorporate patterns.
The arched ceiling not only defines the Mediterranean style but also brings back a traditional and luxurious look to the bathroom design. However, please note that the arched ceiling works best with a high ceiling so that the feature will be visible even more. The neutral color adds an elegant look to the bathroom.
An area rug is capable of making a smooth and (almost) unnoticeable transition between two different sections in a traditional bath. If you don’t want a firm partition like shelves or walls, place an area rug instead. As seen in the picture above, the patterned rug highlights the spot that separates the tub and vanity.
Speaking about classic style to be included in a traditional bathroom, these cabinets with chicken-wired doors definitely cut. With the right placement and supporting surrounding – stoned floor, wooden stool, and classic tub, the cabinet works more than just a place to store your towels. It strengthens the traditional value you try to bring in.
Adding colorful pattern is the fastest shortcut to bring refreshment into a traditional bathroom. Since it tends to be classical, having the window treatment enriched with colors and patterns brings a quirky charm, give a refreshing touch to the interior.
You probably think that a comfy armed chair works simply as eye candy to the interior layout, but it turns out it is a strong statement that completes the overall look for the traditional bathroom. Aside from the claw-foot tub, which is undoubtedly traditional and classical, the chair design helps to fill in the emptiness.
Not only wood, the metal frame that made this console sink is also compatible with a traditional bath. It eradicates the old-fashioned look, giving a refined look to the interior without leaving its original value. The all-white scheme produces clean lines and a much brighter appearance.
Including greenery inside the traditional bathroom could’ve been the last thought you’d ever have. But, it turns out to be a good idea. It definitely brings refreshment visually, whereas the wall is accentuated with a huge art statement on the side.
Who says that traditional bath can’t be made kid-friendly? By splashing some colors to the all-white layout, you can turn the bath into a chicer and funkier style. The butterfly-patterned wallpaper appears in a matching color with the lime green towels. And while you keep the upper side of the bathroom full of pattern, balance the lower half by keeping it plain.
Combining modern and traditional look, this bathroom is more on the luxurious side with its marble flooring. The marble tiles draw random patterns to the floor, adding richness to the room element. The dark brown shades of the wall, windowsill, and curtain show the elegant charm of the design.
Traditional yet simple, the main attractive point of this bath is the rounded mirror above the pedestal sink. The golden-framed round mirror has a little curved twist for a more stylish look. Note that the wall is purposely left empty so that the mirror can stand out.
When you have decided to stick to one color for your traditional bath, play with patterns for a more pleasant and stylish result. The grayish tone of the bathroom appears in different designs: woven for the flooring and detailed mosaic for the wall. Even the lower half of the wall has double patterns: mosaic inside the subway tiles.
When you feel like your traditional bathroom lacks décor, that’s when shower curtain comes to the rescue. Design-wise, this bathroom has many patterns already and, despite its small space, every inch was made functional. But the presence of the shower curtain in a flowery motif makes a difference to the appearance.
White makes a traditional bathroom appear brighter, but a skylight will outline each element to help it more stand out. Thanks to the hole on the ceiling, you will be able to notice that the bath is dominated by marble in different patterns, exuding simplicity yet luxurious vibe at the same time.
Need extra storage, but not much space is available? Insert a small and stylish table to your traditional bath. Instead of making the bath looks crammed, the quirky design makes the room more elegant and comfortable on top of it.
Adopting the gothic Cathedral style, use this magnificent stained glass as a window as well as an accent wall. The placement makes it capable of doing the double duty, strengthening the traditional charm that the design tries to push. Since the window houses plenty of colors, the rest of the elements is safe to appear more low-key.
Clean and spacious, all you need is a statement lighting to finish off this traditional-style bathroom stylishly. The glass chandelier will make you forget that the room has a low ceiling, as well as the large vanity cabinets that are only inches away from it.
When you only have a tiny space to work with while designing the traditional bathroom, don’t get discouraged and give up to all-white appearance. This pastel blue trellis wallpaper makes the small bath looks fascinating, surely with white color as a combination. Meanwhile, the wooden flooring accentuates the color and pattern even more.
A pair of stylish sconces will help you to beautify the vanity area of a traditional bathroom when you run out of ideas. With the pattern on the area rug and window valance, the bath couldn’t be more traditional than this. Yet, the sconces on each side of the wall are the undeniably perfect finishing touch for the design.
An All-white design is a perfect solution if you want to have a traditional bathroom with a clean layout and a clutter-free appearance. Taking white to the full scale, this bath provides such a serene you will need every morning. Splash some colors with a fresh-green potted plant on top of the vanity counter.
As the safest color for small spaces, white gives you all you need for a roomier feel in the traditional bathroom. Since there is no space for wall décor, pattern play will help you to accentuate the design. The wall has two different patterns, as well as the flooring with its own pattern.
Thinking about traditional bathrooms, these polished wooden cabinets remind us of a cabin in the woods we stayed during a getaway. Inducing more natural elements to the interior, the flooring and vanity countertop add beautiful texture to the wood tone.
Instead of wooden flooring, this wooden ceiling flaunts a charming fusion of industrial and traditional bathroom. Even though each section is firmly separated by walls, it takes full leverage of the spacious room. The richness of the pattern also makes it visually pleasing.