bathroom design


Find inspiration for your next bathroom remodel with these creative and stylish bathroom design ideas. From modern to rustic, we have all the ideas you need to create a beautiful and functional bathroom.

Start with a Smart Bathroom Layout

Ensure that the space is suitable for all activities that will take place in the bathroom, including movement, storage, and use of fixtures. Depending on how many people will be using the bathroom, and the frequency of use, this can help determine the size and layout of the space.

Fixtures - Brass, Gold, & More

Many things should be taken into account when deciding on fixtures. What is your budget? What matches your home's style? Material can determine longevity and cleaning requirements, so make sure you choose an option that suits your lifestyle. Brass and Gold Fixtures add a bright pop to your home and are elegant.

Tile Accent Wall

I carried the tile from the floor medallion, shower floor, and shower niche to the wall for a tile accent wall.


For a more eye-catching effect, use a combination of overhead lighting and wall sconces.  For a statement piece, consider a modern pendant light over the vanity area. To make the room more functional and stylish, install a vanity mirror with built-in lighting. Lastly, for a romantic and relaxing atmosphere, add a few candle sconces.

Timeless Bathroom Design Ideas

Incorporating elements such as clawfoot tubs, pedestal sinks, and vintage fixtures can add a timeless feel. Natural materials such as wood and stone can also be used to create a classic look that is both beautiful and functional. Using timeless shapes and silhouettes rather than trend-based ones will ensure that your bathroom will always look modern.

Taking some time to explore the various options available can help you create a bathroom that is both beautiful and functional. With thoughtful design and careful consideration, you can make sure that your bathroom is a place of comfort and relaxation for years to come.

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