This One Thing Will Add Style To Your Bathroom!
Go beyond the typical bath mat and elevate your bathroom with a stylish rug underfoot. More and more designers are reaching for rugs to warm up tile floors and add color to neutral bathrooms. Here are some stunning spaces that master the look.
Toronto designer Karen Cole used a pink, orange and beige rug to add a feminine touch to this glamorous bathroom.
This bathroom belongs to a hip couple living in L.A.’s Los Feliz neighborhood. Their tribal rug gels perfectly with the cool hex floor tile and warm wood vanity.
In a bright space like this, having a rich red rug can help break up all the white.
For their office bathroom, California-based design firm Amber Interiors went dark with glossy black brick tile, accented with a tribal rug and woven baskets.
This family bathroom proves that you can even layer rugs over patterned tile when you keep the rest of the space minimal.
A vintage rug from Frances Loom and a Schefflera plant give this bathroom loads of personality.
Matte black fixtures pick up on the deeper tones of the rug in this modern bathroom.
Jenny Komenda of the Little Green Notebook used one of her client’s favorite worn rugs to warm up the concrete floors in their bathroom.
Southern California-based design firm Kirsten Marie Interiors went bold in this bathroom, choosing a patterned rug and graphic wallpaper.
A colorful rug with fringe detailing adds a bohemian quirk to this sleek bathroom.
A striking paiting by Belgium’s Hilde Stynen meshes well with the grey-toned rug in this principal bathroom.
A striped mat from Neat is fit for a young girl’s bathroom.
A cool blue stool and warm rug prove opposites attract.
A vintage kilim rug and Turkish towels give this bathroom a global vibe.
The simple wood vanity and striped rug lend a pared-back aesthetic to this principal bathroom.
In this bathroom by designer Stefani Stein, the warm wood vanity and rug nod to each other nicely.
A concrete stool, vintage rug and artwork hung at eye level make this bathroom feel just feminine enough for the homeowner.
Cool tiles get an injection of natural texture in the form of a woven rug.
A ruby red rug grounds the airy principal bathroom in this beachside home.
Rugs are a practical choice in bathrooms with hardwood floors, because they can help prevent water damage.
The muted tones in this rug add quiet color next to the dark wood vanity and bright white tile.
An oversized basket and warm rug feel right at home in this airy space.
This simple space demonstrates that a geometric rug can still work in a bathroom with contrasting grout lines.
Design studio Nickey Kehoe paired a purple-hued rug with glossy lilac-coloured tile.
The white oak vanity relates well to the light, neutral tones in the rug.
In Designer Deb Nelson’s Chester, Nova Scotia, bathroom a clawfoot tub, pedestal sink and vintage rug have an eclectic look.
For a young family’s attic bathroom, designer Amber Lewis went for a rock ‘n’ roll feel with with black paint and an eclectic rug.