Exploring European Bathroom Design: A Comprehensive Guide

Living with Lolo created a feature wall that acts as a backdrop for the soaking tub while partially concealing his and hers closets on either side. It’s the dream storage solution for toilet paper hoarders everywhere. Emily Henderson Design saved counter space in this black-and-white bathroom by installing plumbing fixtures on the wall above the double sink vanity. In this railroad-style bathroom from Cathie Hong Interiors, the tub is located out of the way at the far end beneath a window. The designer added dark gray tile in a herringbone pattern that adds depth to the long, rectangular room, providing a backsplash that continues onto the floor for a seamless look. While sculptural free-standing garden tubs are on trend, there’s nothing wrong with a classic built-in bathtub for a streamlined look that’s easy to keep clean.

  • Alternatively, take the cottage wallflower aesthetic to blinds, to evoke a similar cottage bathroom ambiance.
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  • Add privacy to a modern farmhouse bathroom with a pair of barn doors of any style to make your space feel updated.
  • When curating a space-saving bathroom, efficiency of design is paramount –especially if you hope to integrate bath ideas.
  • Part of what makes a bathroom feel modern is a focus on natural light and views.
  • Adding a statement bathroom lighting adds a touch of glamour and luxury.

From show stopping bathtubs and sleek vanity units, to enviable bathroom decor and carefully curated accessory ideas, this gallery of images and tips has you covered. Looking for great bathroom ideas and inspiration for your bathroom renovation? The trend of contemporary bathroom designs is scaled down, minimalist, highlighting warm, earthy tones.

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The key is to focus on ease of movement and ergonomics, so that everything can be accessed without feeling cramped or compromised. Add a subtle painting with relaxing colours or the classic black and white theme to a bare wall, to enjoy in those long soaks. Fill glass containers with pebbles and use as stand for your makeup kits or hair brushes.

Choosing traditional furniture and fittings is a great way to tap into the romantic French country aesthetic. Bathroom wallpaper is a wonderful way to instantly transform small bathrooms and powder rooms into head-turning spaces. Copeland, chose an aged floral paper to bring a romantic vintage feel. Perhaps this is why we’re seeing more and more homeowners channeling the romantic European look in their wash spaces to bring that luxurious holiday feel.

Try a Patterned Shower Tile

The custom Instagram photo wallpaper in this small powder room is unexpected and playful. Plus, looking at all the photos will give you something to do while in the loo. This hanging eucalyptus bundle doesn’t just add a fresh look and a pop of color, but it will elevate your self-are routine as well. The steam from the shower helps release the essential oils from the eucalyptus that will leave the shower smelling great.

  • In this main ensuite bathroom by interior designer Beata Heuman, carrying the same color tones over multiple surfaces helps to blur out awkward angles and sloped ceiling lines.
  • If you face the challenge of undulating floors, then look for a roll-top bath with adjustable feet which are essential for leveling your bath.
  • If you want to incorporate two different design styles, you can seamlessly do so by adding small doses of each in complementary colors.
  • Put an elegant spin on a rustic bathroom design with a gorgous claw foot tub, a lantern-style pendant light, and a distressed area rug.
  • Elevate a tiny bathroom with luxurious natural stone punctuated by the strong lines of steel framing, which can ramp up design impact in the tightest of spaces.