20 Bathrooms We Wouldn’t Mind Sitting Around In
Oh, bathroom — the most forgotten room in the house. It’s way less exciting than the home office and nowhere near as relaxing as the bedroom. But what if you had a loo you actually wanted to spend time in? They’re out there! And we found them. Here are 20 chic bathrooms we (and now you) just might move in to.
1. Wild Rug: When you step out of the tub, there is no way you should have to step onto a cold slippery surface. Instead, a soft, warm, colorful one should be there, waiting to catch your foot. (via Gert Voorjans)
2. Big Bathtub: There are so many things to love about this bathroom — the white wood paneling, wall sconces, vintage chair — but we’re most excited about the deep bathtub. You’ve got to be able to fit your entire body PLUS have plenty of room for bubbles, people! Oh, and clawfeet are a definite bonus. (via Shrimp Salad Circus)
4. Massive Mirror: Sharing a small mirror in the morning (when you’re already grumpy) is kind of a pain. The solve? Get a massive mirror. (via Reve Decor)
7. Pops of Color: Speaking of freestanding sinks, get a load of the lime green color pop under this one! Little details like this (plus the orange daisies and turquoise pot) give a once-stark-white room plenty of pizazz. (via Apartment Therapy)
9. Color Explosion: If you’re really into pink (or any other color), say it loud and proud not only with an accent wall, but with a magnificently magenta tub, too. (via Bathroomist)
10. Relaxing Color Scheme: If you’d rather chillax in the bathroom, try something like this. The palette of sage green, white and slate work together to make this bathroom totally relaxing without being boring. (via Dustjacket)
13. Au Naturel: Go green with lots of natural lighting — check out that exposed beam skylight — big bushy plant, exposed radiator and green bathtub. (via Coco + Kelley)
17. Pattern Play: Get playful with your patterns. Don’t be afraid to mix stripes and dots. We’re all about putting polka dots wherever possible. (via Sarah Hearts)
Are you planning your next bathroom redesign yet? Where do you look for inspiration? We’d love to hear in the comments!