Bathroom Inspiration for Your Next Project
A roundup up loos, from classic to contemporary, to inspire your next bathroom refresh
With the extra time many of us have on our hands right now, it could be your chance to get to that home project you’ve been putting off. We’re right there with you, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorite bathrooms featured in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles to serve up some design inspiration. For a plethora of options, styles and more, head over to our Pinterest page and pin away.
A Garden of Serenity
Looking to add some tranquility to your bathroom? Check out this dreamy space in designer Margot Elena’s home. Within a 6-foot-deep pit sits this stunning sunken bath, with windows opening out onto serene private garden. Adding some plants, candles and other natural decor soften the bathroom while pops of color add life and a boho-chic aesthetic.
A Dramatic Powder Room
Food blogger Tieghan Gerard wanted to add drama to the bathroom in her Colorado barn. Add some texture, like the furry rocking chair here, and consider using non-traditional tile to create a show-stopping space.
Flowers, Flowers, Flowers
Want to add some pop to your powder room? Take a cue from Duet Design Group, who added this Ellie Cashman Design wallpaper to a refreshed Denver home, and chose texture, wallpaper or your favorite bright color to bring life to the space. Wary of wallpaper? Don’t be! Check out our interview with wallpaper maven Batya Stepelman and find something that’s just right for you.
Simple and Chic
Can’t shake the white bathroom? We get it. Take a peek at interior designer Paige Blackburn’s classic master bathroom. Add a touch of marble to the floor plus warmth and softness through some wood and brass elements, and voila!
Bathroom on a Budget
This modern-farmhouse style loo, designed by Inside Stories, is made up of many affordable retail finds. A graphic pattern floor tile—Twenties Petal by Merola Tile at The Home Depot—a mirrored medicine cabinet and louvered vanity from Restoration Hardware, and the Princeton Mid Sconce by Schoolhouse all bring farmhouse charm to the room’s envelope, clad in painted-wood planks and white subway tile. Add colorful accessories to balance out the neutral tones.
Artful and Airy
Following the lead of this beautiful bathroom, adding art to the space can make it homey and reflective of your personal style. From prints and framed pieces to flowers, plants and textured towels, don’t shy away from adding your style to your bathroom.