One Thing Three Ways
Slate Blue and White
Dove, Winter Wheat and Berry
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Taste the Tropics
Lemony Yellow and Slate Gray
Crisp White, Black and Mist
Rosebud Pink and Ivy Green
Slot Canyon Red and Gold
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Midnight Sky and Azure
Cheery Peony, Violet and Orchid
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Peppy Kelly Green
Ribbon Pink and Cornflower Blue
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Cabana Blue and White
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Onyx Flecked With White
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Garnet and Sapphire
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Collegiate Maroon, Gold and Green
Green and Gray
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Coffee With Cream
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Pretty in Pink
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Canary Yellow and Black
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Pink is deemed an ‘intimate’ colour if you’re to follow colour theory. It is said to represent the love of oneself, and to promote inner peace. In that knowledge, it’s hard to deny that pink makes a fully fitting choice for our bathrooms where we want nothing more than a bit of peace–and to find a love of ourselves no matter how rough we might look at the start and end of each day! Of course, pink bathrooms don’t always come in intimate soothing pastel shades; hot pink sure will get morning motors revving too. Whether you want soft and serene or hot and hyper, we flush out all the inspiration in this gallery of 51 inspirational pink bathroom designs.
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Tired of monochrome bathrooms? Our bathroom color ideas are here to inspire you to incorporate more rainbow hues into your space.
So, whether you're ready to go bold with a vibrant accent wall, or think you'll just stick to a few funky accessories (for now, at least), there's a colorful bathroom idea to suit every style and budget.
And if you're not quite ready to take a color-packed plunge, a grey bathroom idea with a few flecks of a different hue can heighten and brighten your scheme.
Bathroom color ideas to add character
'When choosing the scheme for your bathroom, consider creating a sense of flow from the rest of your home into the bathroom with a complementary scheme. This does not necessarily mean being too matchy, however, picking out key colors works particularly well.' Says Helen Shaw, Benjamin Moore UK Director.
Plus, given that bathrooms are among the smallest spaces in the home means that they can typically handle a bolder dose of color. 'Adding a splash of color to the bathroom doesn’t need to be daunting, the bathroom is a great place to be a little more adventurous with how you use color and what color you opt for.' Perhaps using a darker shade of a tone you've chosen for other areas of the home, for example.
1. Contrast blues with creamy yellows
So maybe an aqua blue and canary yellow bathroom might be too bold a look for you – but toning down contrasting colors can create a really nice combo that's still a statement but also very workable.
The mix of deeper blues, light blues and that creamy pale yellow work so well together. Plus the white wall tiles bring some freshness into the space.
2. Ground pale pinks with dramatic charcoals
We love a pale pink room as much as the next person, but they do risk making rooms a bit too whimsical and almost too child's bedroom-esque. So ground those blush pinks with some darker colors. Something as small as painting the bath panel can take a room from saccharine to stylish.
3. Layer up white tones
If you are a bit of a colorphobe, you don't have to go for bold bathroom color ideas to make your bathroom stand out. Layering up your neutrals – greys, whites, beiges – can create a serene, calming space that's perfect for a bathroom. You can always add in a few pops of color with towels and accessories.
'Neutral tones tend to be the main color choices for the bathroom, grey in particular. If you think white looks too sterile and you’re not a fan of bolder shades, going for a light neutral tone is a safe choice to add interest while opening up the space and making it look brighter. A cool steel grey, for example, gives the room more texture than a white and is bright enough to reflect the light available and create the illusion of a bigger room.' explains Judy Smith, Crown Colour Consultant
4. Split your walls to add height to your bathroom
This a particularly great tip for smaller bathrooms or bathrooms in loft conversions where the low ceilings can make the room feel cramped. Splitting your walls between two colors will allude to your ceiling being higher and can create the feeling of more space.
Paneling is an obvious way to break up the space, but if you don't have paneling or prefer a more modern look, you could use paint or tiles in different colors for a very similar look.
5. Mismatch your wall and floor tiles
Tiles are a practical way to bring color into your bathroom and we love the contrasting, but also classic look going on in this bathroom. Not only do the deep blues, blacks and whites look very statement, the combination of the smaller floor tiles and larger wall tiles just adds loads more character.
Note how the split wall thing is going on again here, with a darker color on the bottom half and a lighter color with the same tone up top.
6. Add peachy tones for some subtle colour
Want to just add a subtle hint of color to your bathroom? Peach is basically a neutral but will just add some sunny warmth to your space. Pinch this colorful bathroom idea and tile one wall in a stylish peach. You can make the color pop even more by mixing in some accessories and towels in the same hue.
7. Create a sunset effect with floor tiles
We love this colorful bathroom. Despite being a pretty small space, it's been made to look larger – and lighter – with the clever choice of floor tiles.
The fading colors draw the eye to the end of the room, giving the illusion that the room is longer than it is while running the tiles up the side of the bath only add to lengthening the room.
If you're looking to totally renovate your bathroom in a bid to inject more color into your space then be sure to read our tips and advice!
8. Draw subtle tones out of patterned tiles
If you've decided on patterned floor tiles and want to design a bathroom with a cohesive color scheme, consider opting for a bathroom paint color that draws out the more subtle tile tones. This approach ensures a stylish finish, without the room feeling overwhelmed. Add interest to the space with house plants; they will successfully break up a room and prevent it from feeling too 'matchy.'
We've got loads more inspirational ideas in our best bathroom floor tile designs.
9. Combine complementary colors
Modern printed wallpapers are a striking addition to a colorful bathroom; in particular those with high ceilings and abundant natural light. Opt for paintwork in a similar hue to ensure that a bold print or bright color fits within the space.
This Camellia wallpaper is paired with Smalt Paint, both from Little Greene, for a modern floral feel.
Create a focal point with a bold freestanding bath
The addition of a brightly colored, freestanding bath is an effective way of injecting color and creating a striking focal point. We love this bold red tub, for a modern take on a traditional freestanding bath – and there's plenty more where this came from in our pick of traditional freestanding bath designs.
Achieve a calming ombre paint effect
When it comes to bathroom color ideas, an ombre accent wall is a popular choice, and it's easy to see why. Stick to a variation of cool blue tones to create a soothing effect that encourages relaxation and an opportunity to unwind.
Couple with calming house plants, fragrant candles and an at-hand stool that's perfect for storing fresh towels or (more likely) a glass of wine. Get ready to feel totally zen.
We love this calming combination of Ombre Aubusson Blue Wall Paint and Provence Chalk Paint, both from Annie Sloan. If you fancy giving the ombre effect yourself, we've got a step-by-step guide for creating an ombre feature wall to help you out.
Create a patchwork-effect tile wall
While patterned floor tiles are a popular choice for bathrooms, when arranged to create a patchwork effect they make an equally impactful addition to bathroom walls. Recreate this look by grouping an eclectic selection of patterned tiles or, as an easier option, opt for a tile-effect wallpaper.
Experiment with on-trend paint ideas
'For something a little more trend-led in the bathroom, consider painting the lower half of walls in a bold shade. Rich blues or greens lend themselves particularly well to bathrooms in this instance, consider a tonal hue or white for the upper wall to keep the space feeling fresh and open. Alternatively, adding a pop of color to your ceiling for additional interest can warm up a white bathroom to give a cozier feel.' says Helen Shaw, Benjamin Moore UK Director.
Color blocking is an on-trend technique that's ideal for creating a colorful bathroom. To achieve this look, use natural breaks, such as corners, alcoves, shelving, dado or picture rails, to start and stop different color choices.
If you don't have a picture or dado rail, try using masking tape to draw a line at the height where there would be one. Choose a different shade for either side of the tape and paint accordingly.
If this effect has caught your eye, you may want to take a look at our bathroom paint ideas for more inspiration.
You can color block with bathroom tiles, too
You can create the same stylish effect with colorful bathroom tiles, adding interest to a shower or behind a bath. We love the deep aubergine and coral pink working together here, plus those glamorous gold accents.
Pair bright accent features with deeper tones
Break up a deeper toned, moodier scheme with brightly colored accent features for added interest in your bathroom. To prevent the space from feeling overwhelmed, opt for a light wood or tiled flooring and other light colored accessories.
Choose deep spicy shades for a bathroom lacking natural light
Don't let a lack of natural light dissuade you from using color in your bathroom. Deep spicy shades calmed by muted naturals will make the room feel instantly welcoming.
Ensure the bolder shades have earthy rather than citrus tones, and match them with flooring in a natural material and furniture in dark, richly grained wood for a look that oozes character.
'We’re expected to see warm neutral, earthy tones migrate into our bathrooms this year - in line with the colors of the year that include warm brown and bronze shades, keeping the interiors soft and grounded creating a sense of calm in your home. Rusty, warm and deep rich shades will be popular to achieve this look. Think welcoming comfort.' explains Kamila Chalfin, Marketing & Brand Manager at Tile Giant.
Inject bright colors via stylish shutters
Shutters are a great solution for bathrooms, allowing daylight in and ensuring privacy when needed. If you have a neutral scheme, try using a bold color at the window; tying the space together with vibrant accessories. Try painting old shutters yourself for a quick, budget-friendly update.
If shutters don't suit your style or budget, we've got your covered, with plenty more bathroom window treatment ideas.
Paint panelling for a period feel
Wall paneling is a practical choice for bathrooms; you can DIY install it then paint to suit your scheme, whether period-feel or more contemporary. Want a bathroom that feels more like a living space than a bathroom? Match the paneling with bathroom-suitable wallpaper and put generous swathes of water-resistant fabric at the windows.
Create the most millennial bathroom ever
Two years later and this blush pink shade is still going strong. Pink bathrooms are the object of many a Pinterest dream, but what’s holding you back from the real thing? If, down the line, you realize you have grown out of your Barbie bathroom, it’s not the end of the world. So we say do it.
Think pink tiles, pink wallpaper, pink paint, pink accessories And make sure you check out our pink room ideas feature for more tips.
Don't be afraid of reds
Red isn't a color we see around very often, especially in bathrooms, but don't be afraid to decorate with it. It's just about picking the right tone, personally, we would avoid anything too bright or use it as a four-wall color.
Maybe create a red feature wall with some gorgeous wallpaper, or copy this idea and use a deep burgundy and paint three-quarters of the way up, keeping above that bright and light.
Keep things fresh with the palest greens
Oooh, this bathroom just looks so fresh and clean and inviting. A pale green is the perfect color if your bathroom gets lots of natural light, it can look a bit cold in a darker room, so just test out some swatches in your space before you start painting.
This bathroom is painted with Benjamin Moore's Italian Ice Green, which works so well combined with black and dark greys to create a really contemporary contrast.
Go for a classic monochrome scheme
And of course, we had to include a monochrome bathroom color idea. They can be just as striking as using a ton of colors, plus have longevity, so if you know you are prone to changing up your styles all the time, a black and white backdrop would be a sensible way to go.
What is the best color for a bathroom?
'Often, homeowners automatically opt for pure white bathrooms to give the illusion of spaciousness. However, pint sized spaces can lend themselves well to a strong color. If your bathroom doesn’t benefit from natural light, rich colors can play with artificial lighting sources to make a strong style statement. Painting bathroom furniture in the same tone can add to the dramatic effect of a dark bathroom, add accents of interest with your choice of brassware and accessories.' advises Helen Shaw, Benjamin Moore UK Director.
What colors are best for a small bathroom?
We do have a tendency to play it safe in small bathrooms and go with lighter colors – and if your bathroom is small and lacks natural light, we would still recommend going down that route.
However, small doesn't always have to mean neutral. If you want to add color, try our tip of doing a half and half wall. Or go really bold and try painting all four rooms a dark color, which can actually make a small bathroom feel bigger as it will blur the edges of your space.
'People often think that you can’t paint small spaces a dark color because it might make if feel more closed in, but it is actually the opposite! Small bathrooms are the perfect place to bring in a deep daring color, the dark shade tricks your eyes on the boundaries of the walls and hides the small size of a space.' recommends Sue Kim, Color Marketing Manager for Valspar.
'Really think about the function of the space when selecting a color, if it is a small half bath with no windows – go bold and daring with the color selection. If this is a space you spend a lot of time in and get yourself ready for the day you may want a shade that is uplifting and helps your get mentally ready to take on the day.'
What is the most relaxing color for a bathroom?
For us, creating a serene, relaxing bathroom means pale, light-enhancing colors. White, pale greens, blues and greys are perfect if you prefer cooler colors but warmer tones like blush pinks, super pale oranges and yellows can be equally relaxing.
However, don't think that you need to stick to the status quo, as one expert reveals:
'A bathroom is an excellent area to step out of your comfort zone and add a splash of color in your home,' explains Jennifer Davis, founder of Davis Interiors.
'The bathroom is disconnected from the flow of the house which means you don't have a cohesive color palette or similar design aesthetic to contend with. Have fun with it. Find something that brings you joy and pushes your design boundaries.'
Not only a little girl can be a mermaid fan, a grown up can be too! Whatever type of girl you are, if you feeling the call of the sea, why not add ocean-inspired touches to your spaces? We’ve already shared some ideas but today I’ll be more specific, let’s add some mermaid touches to your bathroom.
Tiles are the main thing for any bathroom, and if you want to create a mermaid-inspired space, your choice is fish scale tiles. Fish scale tiles are truly seaside-inspired, they are just amazing! All shades of green, blue and purple are right what you need to remind of fish in the sea.
teal and turquoise fish scale tiles in the shower zone create a show-stopping impression
one green fish scale tile wall for a bold statement in a marble bathroom
shower area clad with fish scale tiles in the shades of blue
light blue fish scale tiles create a calming impression and gold fixtures add interest
fish scale tile sink wall in the shades of blue and green
Add a mermaid feel easily with a proper shower curtain! This is a cheap and easy solution that doesn’t require much expense. Choose shades of green and blue, try a ruffled curtain that will remind of sea waves, and ombre curtains are cool, too.
fish scale curtain in green shades
ombre ruffled shower curtain from white to teal
ruffled aqua-colred curtain inspired by sea waves
neutral shower curtain with white sea creatures painted
A mirror or a mirror frame is another cool idea to try, a very easy solution that can be DIYed or bought for cheap. You can find a shell-shaped mirror, or cover the frame with shells and starfish. Sea rope is another cool idea to add a nautical feel.
bubble mirrors inspired by the ocean ones
super lush shell and coral bathroom mirror frame wows
twine covered mirror with starfish decor
shell-shaped mirror is a cute and very modern idea for a bathroom
Accessories is one more great solution to rock, cheap, fast and easily changeable. These can be teal and aqua soap holders, sea creature hooks for towels, shell shaped soap holders and bathroom mason jars for storage with sea creature décor.
mermaid soap holder is a simple and easy idea to realize
blue mason jars with twine and starfish decor for stroing bathroom supplies
create your own mermaid inspired jewelry bowls with some treasures of old knobs and shells
scallop bathroom containers and holders in shades of green
sea reature towel hooks are an easy and cheap idea to add an ocean flavor to the decor
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20 Relaxing Bathroom Color Schemes
If you want to create a new look in your bathroom, but want to avoid a complete interior overhaul, consider tweaking your color scheme and decor. A few simple changes can create an entirely new vibe without going over budget. Design a bathroom with color and styles that truly speak to you. Since it’s the room you spend time getting ready in the morning and preparing for bed, it’s important to create a space the boosts your energy and offers you a quiet respite from your busy schedule.
If you’re looking for inspiration throughout the remodel process, we’ve hand-selected bathroom color schemes that will help transform your space. From peaceful blues and tranquil greens, to rustic reds, we’ve gathered an array of colors that work well with each other—making your project planning easier than ever. To bring your bathroom design to the next level, adorn the shower with a framed art prints or display a relaxing personalized candle near the bath.
Soft Blue Serenity
Sources: Mary Jo Fiorella
You can begin your day in a serene bathroom by choosing a soft sky blue color for your walls and backsplash tile. To balance out the blue, white cabinets and countertops will preserve the tranquil look. Don’t forget to also consider upgrading the material of your faucet, shower heads and light fixtures—the touches of stainless steel help carry out the clean look.
Blue Spa Heaven
Sources: Ted Fotheringham Photography
Give your bathroom—and every morning—a big, bright energy boost. This cerulean blue is a refreshing color that can be balanced out with neutral features, such as the white and gray shades in the cabinetry, rug and sink. These crisp blend of colors help create a dynamic bathroom with a soft, rejuvenating side.
Sources: Lake Country Builders
Blend a rustic look with a more modern shower, double-faucet tub and linoleum flooring. Play with natural tones of the woods by using oat and brown-colored paint to round out the room. White and silver accessories bode well with this rich color scheme, so the natural browns can take center stage.
Sources: Branca Inc.
To create a clean and refreshing yet luxurious feel, design your bathroom using a pale pistachio paint with delicate white complements. Make sure to add small accents to the color scheme with hints of darker greens and golds. Don’t forget to elevate the relaxation vibe by putting candles and bubble bath on display.
Clear Green Relaxation
Sources: Dale Tan via High Rise Photo
Even if you don’t have large windows scaling your bathroom wall, you can introduce your fondness for nature in other ways. Stone or wood will emit the natural look, while mint green and white colors will ensure a refreshing feel. Clean lines will help reiterate the modern theme you’re going for—these square sinks work well in a rectangular shaped room and panel windows.
Sources: International Custom Designs
Neutral colors, like an ash gray, give your bathroom a soothing sentiment. Pairing your grey walls with whites and browns will offer a welcomed contrast. For fully luxurious touch and to complete the look, install a freestanding tub, separate shower and vanity table.
Sources: Laura Iverson Design
Adding color to a bathroom doesn’t need to be bright or showy. Choose a light mint color for a lush backdrop. If you pair this with white countertop and cabinets, you’ll have a clean look that lets you play with the floor design. Simple colors also give you the flexibility to accessorize with other pops of color in the guest baskets, towels and decor.
Sources: Laura Iverson Design
Don’t be shy to show your creative side when it comes to color. This mix of tangerine orange and white bathroom creates a space bursting with flavor. You can paint your favorite design or use wallpaper to mimic this look, but to balance it out, make sure to contrast the upper portion with solid-colored wainscotting below the chair rail.
Sources: Fynes Designs
Energize your mornings with a radiant pink tone lining your bathroom walls. Contrast the power of pink with black accents like these sink vanities and framed bathroom mirrors. Keep the remainder of your color scheme simple to keep the emphasis on the pink.
Sources: Branca Inc.
These uniquely textured walls help break up the blush pink so the solid color doesn’t appear too jarring. To pare down the color even more, introduce neutral browns, grays and whites in the cabinetry, backsplash or floor. This stone forges a natural look, but if you’re looking to create a softer feel, opt for white tiles. If your renovation is lacking color once it’s complete, try painting your mirror frame with a pop of color for that final touch.
Sources: Currant Interior Design
Why not make your bathroom feel like a mini getaway? By weaving in pale purples and plums, your bathroom will emit a luxurious ambience. Introducing soft tones in the decor and neutral plush accents like this rug and extended seat cushion, will help turn an average bathroom into something truly special.
Rustic and Natural
Sources: Currant Interior Design
Combining wooden flooring and cabinetry, along with artwork with natural scenes, this bathroom radiates a rustic vibe. Using a rich currant backdrop as its moodsetter, this color scheme adds an extra spark to any home. To contrast the rich rustic hues, choose light-colored or white baseboards and window frames.
Sources: Fiorella Design
Combine a range of whites and light grays to encompass a refreshing bathroom. This timeless look was pulled together by introducing different textures to the space such as the marble countertops and mosaic shower tiles. The variety of white shades help accomplish a clean look without the need for any bold colors.
Sources: Emma Chapman via A Beautiful Mess
If you’ve been craving a splash of yellow in your home, the bathroom is a perfect locale. Use a bright color on your bathroom walls to open up the space and introduce black and white accents to accessorize. Find a statement piece like this geometric painting to break up the intensity of the solid-colored walls.
Light Up Your Life
Sources: Emma Chapman via A Beautiful Mess
Kickoff your mornings and end your evenings in a vibrant space. Using yellow tiled walls contrasted with white basins and a gray countertop will help you accomplish a stunning bathroom through color and texture. Choose wooden cabinetry that not only fits your yellow scheme, but also brings out a natural, earthy look.
Dream in Cream
Sources: Lincoln Barbour
Step away from life’s busyness with a luscious cream bathroom. Interior designer Jenni Leasia used a soft yellow wall paint and pastel accents to create a mini getaway right inside a family’s home. She completed the look with gorgeous marble tiling on the floor and shower area—bringing luxury right to the forefront.
Simple Mocha Luxury
Generate a calming bathroom ambience by using a deep blend of cocoa, latte and black colors with clean white accents in the bathtub, sinks and toilet. Integrating texture in the tiling and blinds adds personality and life a simple color scheme.
Fit for Royalty
Start and end your days in royal fashion with an eggplant-colored backdrop and faded lighting. Split the wall color with a lighter wainscotting, like this ash grey, to keep the room from feeling too dark. A white bathtub, sink and toilet give the room fresh elegance without disturbing the overall aura. To tie it all together, incorporate silver accents, such as this mirror and chandelier.
By building a simple contrast of black and white tones, light olive-colored walls bring a playfulness to the bathroom. White baseboards and crown molding keep the color theme sharp, and a large jacuzzi tub adds a spa-like touch. Patterned flooring connects the room together and highlights the dark and light hues throughout the room.
With a cheery paint, like this carrot orange, your days can begin with a little extra oomph. Using white tones for the cabinetry, bathtub and sink balances the bright color and adds depth to the room. By mixing in black accent tiles and colorful pieces like the wall mirror, your bathroom can breathe with extra zest and personality.
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If you love bright spaces and patterns, if bold colors raise your mood, if you feel like much color in your life, you should design your spaces in bright shades, too. We’ve gathered some ideas on colorful bathrooms, take a look and get inspired to bring much color to your life!
One Bright Color
If you love bright shades but prefer something monochromatic, choose one bright color to make your bathroom bold. You can take sunny yellow, orange, red, pink, emerald, electric blue or any other bright color you like and add white or some other neutrals to it to achieve a super bold look. There are tons of ideas to bring color to your bathroom: a bold tile wall, bright printed wallpaper, colorful vanities and stool and even glass shower doors and fixtures. You may use all of them or just some of them to make your bathroom really bright, stylish and fun.
a bright bathroom with a super bold sunny yellow tile wall, wooden beams and a large palm leaf
a bright bathroom in sunny yellow, with a marble floating vanity, a terrazzo floor and cool pendant lamps
a bright bathroom done in sunny yellow, with touches of white and a skylight to create a mood
the whimsical pineapple wallpaper and bright pink color scheme in this bathroom screams Palm Beach
a pink bathroom with pink walls, a coral vanity, a bright printed rug and a fun gallery wall is a very whimsy space
bright emerald tiles clad in a herringbone pattern, with a pink wall and touches of gold
a colorful bathroom with mustard walls, a mosaic floor, mustard textiles and brass fixtures to raise your mood
Various Bright Colors
If you wanna pair up several bright colors, you should first decide if you gonna use 2 colors or you’ll go super colorful. In case you have two bright colors, you can easily pair them up creating a cohesive color scheme. If you are going super colorful, just go crazy and forget all those rules! Mix up red and blue, yellow and green, purple and orange and others. Add bright shades to the space with colorful glass doors, with bright artworks and wallpaper, colorful tiles and ceilings, bold tiles on the floor and furniture. Don’t forget bright accessories – rugs, baskets, curtains and others, these are super easy ideas to bring color to the space. Have fun!
a bold bathroom with electric blue tiles, a dolmatin tile floor, a bold wooden vanity and a matching cover plus touches of gold
a bold bathroom with light blue half walls, an orange shelf and an orange round mirror for a bright look
a bold modern bathroom with a bold blue ceiling, a yellow vanity and turquoise frames and half walls
a bold powder room with blue penny tiles, a blue vanity, a yellow lantern and a pretty and bright gallery wall
a bright bthroom with colorful and whimsical wallpaper, a blue vanity and bright blooms in a white vase
a bright eclectic bathroom design with pink geometric floor and green tile shower, with boho rug and fun tassel baskets
a bright modern bathroom with pink tile walls, a fuchsia floating vanity and orange frames is extra bold
a colorful bathroom with a pink ceiling, an orange door and a green vanity with gold knobs is wow
a colorful bathroom with yellow walls, a yellow and white mosaic floor and navy tiles around the bathtub plus fuchsia fixtures
a colorful powder room with bold wallpaper and statement artworks plus statuettes is all about fun
a colorful space with an emerald tile backsplash, pink sinks and lamps and a bright boho rug
a modernist bathroom in bold orange, green, pink and grey plus teal textiles is a super colorful space
a super bold powder room with whimsy printed wallpaper, potted greenery and a bold artwork plus a striped lamp
a super colorful bathroom with bright brushstroke wallpaper, a coral vanity and bright blooms in a clear vase
a super colorful bathroom with hex yellow tiles, colorful ottomans and bright textiles and a blue radiator
a unique bathroom with red walls, white tiles, pink and mustard textiles and quirky furniture and artworks
a white bathroom with green and yellow florescent glass shower doors that take over this space