Who says that bathrooms have to be bland and boring? Regardless of how big or small the bathroom is, whether it’s a large master restroom with a freestanding bath or a small en-suite or cloakroom toilet, you can always improve it with a bit of creative décor. Look no further for all the bathroom inspiration you could ever need.
While tiles are practical, they are also predictable. Mix it up in the bathroom by using wooden or veneer panelling on the walls, painted in a beach house-inspired colour. This will definitely add interest to the room, as well as moving away from boring old white walls.
Most people don’t even consider wallpapering in the bathroom – but there is no reason why these walls shouldn’t have similar designs to the rest of the house. Look at this gorgeous example of a floral print – it really brightens up the space and makes you want to enter the room in the morning when you’ve just woke up. For smaller bathrooms you may want to consider waterproof wallpaper, or hire an expert wallpapering service as it can be tricky papering around sinks, toilets, windows and tiles.
Use the wonders of the natural world to create a peaceful sanctuary which feels like your very own spa. The base of this colour scheme is clean and white, but add in touches of wood, stone and plenty of greenery and it will be far from bland. You’ll also want lots of natural light and make use of good storage so the bathroom is always clutter free.
Pop of colour
If you’d like a more contemporary style in the bathroom, then monochrome bathroom suites are the perfect choice. You can also add a pop of colour to the black and white, by painting a wall or alcove in a bright shade. Here a lime green is used, but we also recommend yellows, blues and oranges. Whatever is going to give you a zesty wake up call in the morning and relax you in the evening – go with that shade.
The bathroom may usually be the smallest room in the house, but it is also one of the most used! Make sure it is always looking its best by reinventing the design every couple of years.