What’s Your Bathroom Style? Here Are 4 Looks We’re Loving Now
Whether you prefer a glamorous retreat or an airy escape, we break down four of our favorite bathroom styles and the design recipe to pull it all together. Then, tell us which look speaks to you in the comments below!
The recipe to achieve seamless bohemian style with a touch of sophistication? Clean white walls paired with pale wood vanities, curvy tubs and global details like flatweave kilims and Turkish towels.
A wooden accent chair is a sophisticated catchall for colorful accessories, like a beaded necklace and a stack of soap, while deep blue tiled floors grounds the space.
Global vibes abound in this understated bathroom, thanks to the earth-toned rug and woven basket hanging on the wall.
Intricate tile floors paired with a pale vanity achieves the perfect mix of bohemian character and sophisticated style. Pro tip: Extend a countertop behind a sink to keep water splashes off the mirror.
This grand principal bathroom exudes opulence with a large buttery brass pendant from Aerin Lauder, glossy marble floors and a roomy built-in tub.
Sparkling gold faucets, hardware and sconces are the epitome of elegant glam, especially with white cabinets and grey porcelain tile laid in a chevron pattern.
Infuse a small powder room with luxurious touches, like a starburst brass pendant, a custom vanity with glass legs and walls of mirrors.
The bathroom’s original wainscotting shines in this bathroom corner. Pro tip: Hang towel hooks where you need them, like outside a shower door.
Early mornings would be a lot easier if we could get ready in this bold sanctuary. A black and white palette with polished chrome finishes keeps things light and bright.
Graphic basketweave tiles add a dash of playful pattern to the otherwise monochromatic bathroom. A circular mirror and oversized woven basket add softness to the boxy sink and built-in cabinet.
For a touch of warmth, choose vintage furniture, like small tables or stools, to hold bath accessories. Pro tip: Match the bathroom hardware to the faucets for a bold look.
Striped Turkish towels and bathmats inject even more visual punch to an already high-contrast bathroom.
Opt for an eye-catching hook instead of a towel bar and statement-making mosaic tile for a modern take on traditional. Pro tip: Place a stool beside a tub to keep essentials within reach.
Simple off-white walls with minimal decoration keep all the attention on the classic Shaker-style cabinets and herringbone-laid tile floors.
A touch of luxe marble on the countertop will never go out of style.
“The bathroom has masculine appeal,” says designer Margot Bell. “The grey paint on the vanity gives it a bit of weight.”