101 Clever Bathroom Decor ideas (Final)
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Handmade terra-cotta tiles and a claw-foot tub outfit the bathroom.
The circa-1780 door conceals a medicine cabinet and linen closet.
Dark and Dramatic.
The faucets hail from a school science lab.
The walls are painted Pup Tent by Martha StewartLiving.
Long and Narrow.
The master bath's exterior door opens straight into a backyard pasture.
The owner slip coveredher grandmother's ottoman, and perched at the vanity (painted Black by Benjamin Moore),in a feed stack.
A mosaic of Granada Tile transformed the bathroom into a jewel box.
It helps the floor stand out against walls.
White paint Decorators by Benjamin Moore.
A Victoria + Albert tub sits opposite the showers, all finished with fittings from Habitat.
The hanging basket, once used by miners, holds toiletries.
A Carrara marble floor pairs with subway-tile walls in the master bath of this Californiahome.
The claw-foot tub is by Sunrise Specialty; Rejuvenation makes the light fixture, wrappedin wire mesh.
Bright idea: Repurpose a wood plank as a rusticbath shelf.
Keep It Simple.
Antique tables store towels and toiletries in the master bathroom.
The owner bought theshaving mirror at Rural Residence in Hudson, New York.
The walls are painted Simply Whiteby Benjamin Moore.
Bright idea: A tri fold shaving mirror andnarrow wire shelf take the place of a medicine cabinet.
New Purposes for Old Things.
Sconces by Schoolhouse Electric flank a 1910 medicine cabinet, fitted with a new mirror.
Bright idea: With the help of a marble top and a Kraus sink set; a weathered table becamea washstand.
Pages from a reprint of Cabinet of Natural Curiosities cover the powder room.
A Splash of Color.
An old hand-painted metal sign hangs above this bathroom's salvaged cast-iron tub.
Thelab-inspired light is by Schoolhouse Electric, and the sinks are by Porcher.
A $2 package of letters gave a $25 salvaged door an industrial look in the bathroom ofa Washington home.
The walls are painted Creme Brulee by Behr.
The homeowner adds a meter from Orange Research installed in their bathroom to monitor theamount of water used per minute.
The commercial-style sink from American Standard is fashioned ofenameled cast iron.
The bathhouse's geometric floor and walls—inspired by an image in a book of Charles Jencks'sgarden designs—with ceramic and porcelain tiles.
Virginia creeper and trumpet vinesentwine the porch, audaciously poking through the shower shack's windows.
A hammered-brass pendant from Terrain illuminates a vintage claw-foot tub in the master bath.
Pennsylvania bluestone covers the floor.
The walls are painted Horizon Gray by BenjaminMoore.
Bright idea: Two-tone painted walls mimicthe look of wainscoting, for less.
An antiqued-brass and bronze light fixture from The Urban Electric Co.
shines above aKohler trough sink.
The window shades are Hunter Douglas.
The homeowner inherited thesign on the door—which reads chien méchant, or "beware of dog"—from her grandmother.
Bright idea: Instead of towel bars, peg rails offer maximum utility in a tight space.
The homeowner combined a new tub by Waterworks with an antique table and milking stool.
Thefloor is covered in terra-cotta tiles.
Bright idea: With the addition of custom-cutmirrors, a cast-off window frame becomes and impressive full-length looking glass.
Artwork on Display.
Vintage Chanel No.
5 magazine ads bought from eBay are on display.
The homeowner relied on Green Demolition for the guest bathroom's cabinets, as well asits Corian countertops.
The striped-cotton Turkish towels are by Scents and Feel.
In a bathroom of Arizona home, a claw-foot tub, by Aquatic, basks in the reflection ofa wall's worth of vintage beveled mirrors.
The owner mounted Philippe Starck's Ghost mirror above the sink in the master bath.
A vintage lab cabinet and a Pottery Barn cart handle storage.
The sea-life print was anEtsy score.
The walls are painted in Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore.
The homeowner opted for a faucet with hand-shower attachment by Newport Brass.
The paneled wallsare painted DKC-12 by Donald Kaufman.
Bright idea: An old mailbox finds new lifeas a bath caddy.
A Touch of the Outdoors.
Maple branches in the yard are literally placed on a pedestal—a vintage column—in a masterbathroom.
The owner found the pressed fern at a flea market.
The walls are painted Throneby Ralph Lauren.
Bright idea: A dark coat of paint lends gravitasto a simple claw-foot tub.
The shelf beneath the mirror from fragments of an old dresser; hard-wearing Rust-Oleumpaint (the wall is painted White, while the chest is Hunter Green) unifies both pieceswith the flea-market chest.
The master retains many 19th century-old fixtures, including the tub, sink, and medicine cabinet.
A pedestal shelf creates space for toiletries.
The bathroom's handmade fir sink support holds an Olympia basin, while the chandelier, hangingabove the vintage claw-foot tub, was purchased on eBay.
Carrara marble makes a big statement, covering the walls, floor, and counters.
The faux paneling in this cottage's bathroom was crafted of 4×4's.
For rooms (not justbathrooms!) with short ceilings, try placing art on the floor, rather than hanging it onthe walls to give the room a sense of added height.
Black and White.
An extra-large Hoesch bathtub pops against walls painted in Behr's Sled, as does an originalmermaid painted by Pennsylvania artist Kolene Spicher.
A damaged soapstone sink from Urban Farmhouse cleaned up just fine in this Ohio farm's bathroom.
Cast-Iron Soaking Tub.
A zebra-print ottoman from Ballard Designs sidles up to this cast-iron tub in the masterbath, outfitted with white china sinks from overstock.
The Restoration Hardware mirrorsslide open, barn door—style, to reveal a recessed medicine chest.
Bright Idea: To save big on the right lamp, hit the "wrong" department.
This outdoor fixturecost just $40 at Lowe's! 82.
Grammy nominee Neko Case's Vermont farmhouse boasts a pale-blue tub by FTF Designs popsagainst charcoal Ann Sacks tiles.
The large linoleum collage is by Bill Miller; the towelrack is a Restoration Hardware find.
Bright Idea: Display art against a tiled wallby suspending it, via wire, from Sheetrock above.
Dramatic Dressing Area.
The bathroom's dressing area has a vintage black lacquer cabinet that stores sweaters.
The 1880 tin traveling trunks are British; The 1940 Oushak rug, Turkish.
Bright Idea: The ultimate in bathroom luxury? A lounge-worthy sofa, like this corduroy coveredBiedermeier.
The bathroom of this Maine country cottage boasts a circa-1900 amoeba etching; a cut-paperimage of Mao Tse-tung; and a pen-and-ink drawing by a friend.
Equally alluring: the cast-ironradiator from Architectural Antiques.
Bright Idea: A tall plant stand keeps bath-timenecessities within easy reach.
The owner painted the trim in her master bathroom a (custom-blended) mossy green and the upperwalls ivory.
Along the way, she gained a cozy corner that seems to hug her vintage tub.
The towel-and-robe rack is from Restoration Hardware.
How to Make Newspaper Wallpaper?A fan of Russian art and design, an antiques dealer found graphic appeal in a stack of'60s Ukrainian newspapers, just $20 at a Pennsylvania flea market.
Then he placed the pages wherehe could really admire them — along two walls and the ceiling of a downstairs bathroom— using wallpaper paste and a flat craft sealant (such as Liquitex Matte Medium).
Alsoin the room: an antique medical stand that acts as a caddy for hand towels.
Old-Fashioned Medicine Cabinet.
This eclectic farmhouse's bathroom came with a wooden Red Cross medicine chest.
Wainscoted walls—wood paneling that reaches halfway up the wall—embrace the historyof this old Vermont home while adding a sense of permanence and durability to the bathroom.
Powder Room Chest.
Originally used in a stable as storage for riding boots, and the target-like game boarddates to the 19th century.
An antique firkin sits beneath the Porcher sink.
A Mix of Tiles.
A custom medicine cabinet hangs in this powder room, along with a towel rack from Moon RiverChattel.
Moroccan cement tiles, from Artesana Interiors, almost read like a fine rug.
byMelanie Acevedo 91.
from Bedroom to Bathroom.
A glass shower enclosure maintains the room's expansive, wide-open feel.
Limestone tilescompose the shower's floor; while subway tiles cover the walls.
By William Waldron.
Treat Your Feet.
A thrift-shop rattan chair cozies up to the vintage tub.
If you've got room, skip thebath mat and treat yourself to the luxury of a real rug.
A $30 stencil from stencil-library.
Com yielded the pattern in the bathroom of this Oregonhome.
By choosing red paint, the decorator gave the old- fashioned damask modern zing.
The landscape paintings are thrift-shop finds.
Bright Idea: Mismatched vintage mirrors add up to one big statement in the master bathroom,where an antique vanity sports a new skirt and a fresh coat of white paint.
Plentiful Surface Area.
Interior designer Bunny Williams suggests providing a handy surface for toiletries.
A cabinet, table, or stool in the bathroom guarantees visitors won't have to balancetheir Dopp kits on the edge of the sink in the bathroom.
The walls of this blue bathroom are Benjamin Moore Natura in Fiji.
Wallpaper with a Twist.
In this bathroom, a Sunrise Specialty tub sits in front of the bead board painted withBenjamin Moore's black.
The portrait of George Washington is a flea-market find.
Bright Idea: A coat of varnish gives inexpensive Kraft paper new life as moody (and durable)wallpaper.
by Roland Bello.
This luxurious retreat completed with a claw-foot tub by Kallista, clean white walls, and farmhousestyle beadboard wainscoting.
Simple Light Fixtures.
Mirrors from Anthropologie, Restoration Hardware light fixtures and a hexagonal-tile floorfurther refine this bathroom, painted in Benjamin Moore's ballet white.
By Roger Davies 100.
Roses adorn this master bath's estate-sale watercolor painting and vintage trash can.
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A Sunny Space.
The owners installed a Calcutta marble tile floor and painted the tub's exterior withFarrow & Ball's White Tie.
Bright idea: Perched next to a freestandingtub, a stool offers a handy spot for bath necessities.
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