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Bathroom Interior design ideas, inspiration & pictures

  1. Sorrento Tower:  Bathroom by Artta Concept Studio
  2. Pier House:  Bathroom by Shape London
  3. Need help with your bathroom?
  4. MJ's RESIDENCE:  Bathroom by arctitudesign
  5. Tregunter Tower:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  6. Casa Bosques:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  7. Park Towers:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  8. Need help with your bathroom?
  9. Aureus:  Bathroom by Sensearchitects Limited
  10. Clearwater Bay Villa:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  11. Clearwater Bay House:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  12. Tai Tam House:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  13. Water Front House - Clearwater Bay:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  14. The Etch House:  Bathroom by Shape London
  15. Cavendish Heights:  Bathroom by Amuselighting and Consultancy Limited
  16. Collections:  Bathroom by Mister Glory Ltd
  17. Casa N:  Bathroom by Another Design International
  18. Half & Half Circle Residenence:  Bathroom by TheeAe Architects
  19. Playgroup:  Bathroom by Artta Concept Studio
  20. Tregunter Tower:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  21. The Harbour Side:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  22. Park Towers:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  23. Healthy Garden:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  24. Constellation Cove:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  25. Villa Saengootsa :  Bathroom by Original Vision
  26. Sava Sai -  Phuket, Thailand:  Bathroom by Original Vision
  27. ATLAS GUESTHOUSE:  Bathroom by BIGGERTHANstudio
  28. The Lake Dragon:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  29. Fairview Park:  Bathroom by Clifton Leung Design Workshop
  30. evergreen villa:  Bathroom by wayne corp
  31.  Bathroom by homify
  32. Mid-Levels Bathroom:  Bathroom by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  33. House in Shatin :  Bathroom by Millimeter Interior Design Limited

At homify, homeowners looking to design their own dream bathroom can find thousands of style ideas to inspire their decorating project by scrolling through numerous different washroom design styles, from rustic-inspired spaces to futuristic contemporary designs to trendy Scandinavian. When you find something that catches your eye, our website allows users to save pages and make notes about their thoughts using their own ideabook. Using this tool, it’s easy to browse through possibilities and get a sense of how the finished toilet and bath might look. Best of all? If you have questions about your projects, readers can also post on our free consultation page!

How do I design my bathroom? 

When designing your space, the key thing to remember is that it will be a practical, everyday space that provides comfort. This makes it essential to blend aesthetic features with the need to make everything accessible for use, so bear that in mind when selecting your design. The size of the room matters as well. In larger rooms, you can install spacious baths and separate showers, while in medium-sized washrooms this might not be possible. Think about how to use freestanding showers, sinks that are set into corners, and units which mix bath and shower functions. Colour is also crucial – so have an idea of whether you want bold, vivid tones, or something cooler and more relaxing.

What colours should I use in the bathroom? 

Colour sets the tone of any room. Bathrooms are generally styled in whites, pastel tones, and cool tones rather than bright blues, reds, or greens (although red is a very popular shade in Hong Kong). By choosing a lighter set of colours, it is easier to style a room with the right mixture of rugs and towels, and you can regularly switch the blend of accessories to change the room’s mood whenever you feel like it. Light colours also provide a feeling of light (check out this one designed by Ekaterina Donde Design)and space wherever both may be limited, although stronger tones can be effective in larger bathrooms, so there is room to experiment. A mix of turquoise and sea-green can be a really good compromise for normal-sized spaces.

What should I choose for my walls and floors? 

This is an important question. Recently, wooden boards have become a really popular flooring choice, and they create a natural, warm atmosphere in the bathroom that isn’t always supplied by tiles. However, tiling generally wins out due to being both easy to clean and waterproof. Partly, this depends upon what style of bathroom you aim for. A rustic space will look better with plenty of wood. A modern bathroom looks great with concrete and tiles – so get the blend right to create the ideal style. For the walls, white paint and tiles remain popular, but specially designed bathroom wallpaper can be an attractive, imaginative alternative. Kids will adore wallpaper with nautical themes, and the right graphics can make the bathroom a much more interesting place to be. 

What are some ideas for bathroom accessories? 

Accessories are an important element of bathroom design that aren’t to be overlooked. After all, they allow you to quickly alter the tone of the room by changing the colour mix, and they also perform vital functions. Add some aesthetic charm by incorporating sea shells or pieces of driftwood into your design, or add bright flowers to complement the colour scheme of the bathroom walls. Even the tiniest feature like soap dishes or the rubbish bin can add flair to the design, so try to keep everything harmonious and consistent when you build up your portfolio of bathroom accessories. 

What do I consider when selecting bathroom lighting? 

Lighting is an effective way to make smaller spaces seem larger. If your bathroom does not enjoy a large amount of ambient light, then use ceiling mounted or freestanding lamps to create space. You can choose mounted lighting units which are styled to slip seamlessly into modern or traditional designs. Another option for brightly coloured rooms is to use candle light or imitation candles to create a romantic, dreamy atmosphere. It’s also worth considering how to ensure that your bathroom mirror is properly lit to help with make-up and shaving in the morning.