10 Beautiful Bathroom Ideas For Big And Small Homes
Whether you live in a sprawling family house or a cozy condo unit, these lovely T&Bs will give you stylish ideas
Do your bathrooms look bland and lack personality? You shouldn’t ignore the smallest room in your house. The limited space can be turned into a laboratory of creative and unique design ideas! Here are a few:
Old-fashioned, European-style, black-metal-framed doors are used as a shower enclosure for artist Jeng Cabrera’s master bathroom. “My husband and I want a big bathroom. It turned out to be a great idea because sometimes, we find all five of us in there and we all fit comfortably,” she says.
Designer Johanna Corteza shares that the inspiration for this townhouse is Japanese design and modern hotels. She achieved this by incorporating an ensuite bath into the master bedroom, defined by a glass enclosure.
In this minimalist-modern loft designed by Enzyme, it is the master bathroom that breaks with the rest of the sleek theme. Honeycomb-shaped floor tiles mix with multi-patterned wall tiles for a refreshing visual break.
What does a minimalist modern home need? A minimalist bathroom, of course! This one speaks softly with subtle, beige tiles, simple fixtures, and a bold, yellow side table as accent.
Classical and symmetrical
Interior designer Leo Almeria shows his mastery of scale, proportion, and styling in his master bathroom, where he frames his clawfoot tub with a symmetrical arrangement of classical urns on pedestals.
Glowing accent wall
The tiny powder room downstairs packs a glowing punch: it features a backlit wooden accent wall with a punched-out, geometric pattern.
Compact but rustic
Designer Aimee Bernardo didn’t spare her clients’ condo bathroom from the home’s overall rustic-industrial theme, and used an interesting and richly layered mix of wood, raw concrete, and glass mosaic.
The space under the stairs of the first-floor bedroom of this loft-type unit holds a delightful surprise: its own compact, white, minimalist bathroom!
Even a bathroom can have a subtle, midcentury-modern theme. In the Sanitec showroom, warm wood, textured tiles, and retro-style droplights give the space a mod, nostalgic vibe, while a built-in niche provides storage for toiletries and doubles as a display space.
Interior designer Catherine Cena-Yambao gave this home an industrial touch with a slight Steampunk twist in the form of a quirky basin, vintage-style fixtures, and factory lights.