Bathroom design ideas that will make you never want to leave the bathtub Part 2

Maintain a color

If you have a favorite color, why stay away from it? Plus, sticking to a one-tone color scheme will make things a lot easier during the design process. We also love how 2LG Studio expands that space and turns the weird corner into something amazing, with a custom vanity and mirror.

Go rustic

Perabot Unik, In this Lisa Tharp castle-inspired house, the designer continued the rustic French country theme in the bathroom with two wooden chests instead of traditional sink vanities and a painted tile wall for more texture.

Pay attention to the architectural bones.

Commune Design enhanced the Spanish style of this Los Angeles home by focusing on the arches leading to the curved door to the bedroom balcony and laying attractive Mediterranean tiles. Attentive design is unique and special, but still looks nice and comfortable.

Give up the mirror

Small twist, revolutionary impact: Instead of hanging a mirror over the sink, consider displaying artwork, like Hecker Guthrie did in this bathroom. Then place the soap and hand lotion on a small raised shelf above the sink and hang a single thin pendant light instead of following the typical symmetrical path and flanking an area of ??the sink with sconces. Household appliances & Furniture

Hang a gallery wall

Sure, it might not be the first thing you think of when you think about bathroom decor, but what else are you going to do with that unused space above the shower? Designer Alexander Reid shows how he adds much-needed texture to an all-white bathroom (P.D. This is a great design option to rent!).

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Exposing natural materials.

When your home is blessed with beautiful natural bones, keep them exposed. Materials like brick and stone add a lot of dimension. Add color with accessories and a polished feel with sophisticated soaps, as design firm Arent & Pyke did in this space.

Remove it

Perabot Rumah Tangga, Outdoor showers can dramatically increase the value of your home: According to a 2018 report from Realtor.com, homes with outdoor showers tend to show almost double the selling price of other homes. That, along with this rustic yet spectacular outdoor shower, designed by Akin Atelier, is all we need.

Add Little Trompe l’Oeil

Bathroom without architectural details? Pretend with trompe l’oeil wallpaper, like this one from Flat Vernacular.

Animate the corner

Add a tree in the corner for a low elevation upgrade that has a lot of transformative power. As seen in this bathroom designed by 2LG Studio, the palm tree really brings it to life.

Design around a wallpaper

In the Tennessee Home bathroom, the couple behind The Happy Tudor opted for a beautiful Gracie wallpaper, which simplified the design of the rest of the bathroom. They opted for classic white with metallic details so as not to be distracted from the wall. Property News