Bathroom With 21 Different Design Ways To Discover The Myriad Possibilities Of Home
It’s the same bathroom space, but re-designed in 21 different ways. We’re looking for alternatives in each of these areas: complete changes to the color scheme, alternative wall treatments, different styles of bathroom furniture and new vanity mirrors. Each change brings a different vibe and a different personality to the room. If you could do it all over again from scratch, which style would you choose?
The first shot of this bathroom space is designed around a stunning wood paneled wall with textures set in a geometric pattern. An elegant modern pedestal sink sits in front. The rest of the bathroom is kept mostly white to keep the feature wall spotlighted.
This colorful design features small bronze wall tiles that cover two walls from floor to ceiling. The small size of the tiles makes the room appear taller. Their smooth surface prevents dark colors from darkening the room. The dressing table of a white double sink bathroom with a wide vanity mirror also helps to break up the expanse of color.
It’s a surrealist sanctuary. The use of unique bathroom sinks, irregularly shaped mirrors, unusual wall hangings and an oversized, quirky shower design make it the kind of bathroom you might find in a modern Salvador Dali home.
Note: Salvador Dali is the madman of art history, yet created countless fantastic wonders. He is known to posterity as one of the three most iconic masters of 20th century art, and he used his art to illustrate the true meaning of madness.
This bathroom wraps itself in gold to make itself feel special in the early morning. A golden tile wraps around the white bathroom design, like a ribbon tied around a precious gift.
This bathroom is low in color and high in texture. The herringbone flooring, plus ribbed (interior concrete bedding) feature walls and concrete tiles fill this bathroom with soft colors, but their textures give the eye plenty to work with.
This off-white bathroom looks glorious with its marble and high-end geometric tiles. Even the smallest of spaces can get the layout right with the right materials.
This bathroom is a combination of traditional and modern. Here, a French vintage-style five-drawer chest acts as a dresser. The rest of the ceramics are completely modern in nature, including a wall-mounted minimalist toilet and bidet.
Another French antique meets the modern minimalist approach, but this time there is a shower instead of a tub, plus a darker selection of wall tiles.
In a dark setting, this modern black bathtub makes a statement. The black shelves are neatly stocked with cosmetics. The flushing board fits the black four-square aesthetic, and there is a toilet paper holder in black minimalism.
The French vintage style dresser is back, but this time it uses a unique wood block feature wall.
This design uses beauty in balance. Eye-catching tiles are confined to the pool wall to balance a chic black framed shower screen.
In this green bathroom: it looks super fresh with a mint wall, sink, toilet and bidet all in an unfinished concrete enclosure. An extraordinary wire-frame tub design introduces a crisp white element, as well as a razor-thin white vanity.
Patterned tiles can turn a bland bathroom plan into something super special. We also see the introduction of a corner shower in this design. Its curved shape leaves a larger floor area for even more sublime patterns. The shower pan doesn’t fit back into the alcove, so a small flush step fills the void.
For those who prefer a natural style, check out this design. Natural bamboo walls give this bathroom a serene ambiance. The greenery above the sink and the glass vase on the vanity complement the natural theme.
The curves in this sanitary set are beautiful. The entire set looks striking in monochrome. The dressing mirror is illuminated all the way through, which finishes off the whole look.
A corner bathroom can provide a space-saving solution in tight spaces. A floating vanity is also a great way to add floor space and makes cleaning the bathroom floor a lot easier.
Industrial bathrooms are the choice of trendsetters. This industrial style bathroom design includes rough concrete + glamorous furniture. Here we see the return of the extraordinary wireframe bathtub design, as well as a complementary wireframe vanity. The introduction of wood on the vanity was an important move as it provides the only visual warmth in the room.
Decorate the modern bathroom with stripes of gray and white, then keep it warm with wood accents.
The use of balancing techniques allows for the concentration of asymmetrical, staggered vanity designs in the room, rather than usable wall areas.
This bathroom set uses the theme of shape. This bulbous toilet silhouette, wide tub and vanity mirror form the vintage thrust.
The materials used in this set are black marble and chrome. Black marble and traditional style sanitary ware shape the design of this luxurious bathroom. A bathtub with rollers stands on chrome plated claw feet. A shiny towel rack surrounds the double sink vanity.