I recently shared a list of my current favorite remodeled kitchens. The response to the post was so good I wanted to do it again, this time for a different type of room: the bathroom.
There are many design decisions to be made when it comes to bathroom remodeling—and it can be an expensive project to undertake. It was really hard to edit this list with so many bathroom designs that I have seen and loved. This last list is full of really unique, unique spaces, which are made in different styles with many budget plans. I think there is something we can take away from each of these plans.
Below, I share exactly what bathroom features make these spaces work so well.
Erin Conway – @kismet_house (shown above)
I follow this change either way. What surprised me the most was how it went from a “cookie-cutter” space to a really nice, well-designed bathroom – all at a great price. I love the color blue, “hidden” toilet.and how Erin mixes all the ingredients throughout the season.
Proem Studio x Emma Chamberlain
I think for many designers (professionals and young ones), the guest bathroom is the place to be happy. Most of the time, this kind of interest is created in the bathroom and it is put through wallpaper or paint. I love that the mix of materials in Emma Chamberlain’s guest bathroom is made entirely of solid materials. There is something about the hardness of the molded grid elements mixed with their natural form that I love. It’s like you’re stepping into a different definition of what it means to be creative.
Kim and Scott Vargo – Yellow Brick House
I have saved the purple bathroom time and time again. I think yellow is a hard color to pull off but it’s one you see in a lot of older homes (ours included!). So, this bathroom features a small design decision that makes tile original and keep it fresh and useful. This is a master class in the power of strategic change.
Garza Interiors x Kaitlyn Coffee – @harrisvintage
Kaitlyn is one of my favorite followers for design inspiration (and fun too). When it comes to this bathroom, I love that the space is fun and rustic but still has a modern feel. He feels like he has a new, unique life of his own. It is strange to accept one main color in the room (blue tiles) and bring another color (burnt orange vanity) to make it low.
Beata Heuman is an amazing interior designer and this bathroom is just one of many examples of her beautiful design. I love the fun design style added across this and the intricate use of color and solids. Beata also made a clear reservation in this bathroom; The way each design element is distributed along with the use of negative space is really significant.
When I saw this bathroom, it was designed GACHOT THEATERinside Architectural Digesthe (for obvious reasons) reminded me our peach room. I love that the monochromatic use of salmon pink (and beautiful, no less) is the essence of this space and everything else is perfect to complement it. I think this monochromatic color scheme can also work well for bathroom renovations done on a budget. It is a way to create a look that is both classic and modern at the same time.
Joy Cho – Oh Joy!
This playful pastel guest bathroom is a dream. The highlight is, of course, the colored shower. I like that the number of tiles itself is standard but the contrast in color creates a truly unique design experience in the space. This is also a shining example of a way to make a bathroom that is a standard size and look that feels traditional and unique.
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