Admittedly, bathrooms often get the reputation for being one of the least stylish rooms of the entire home. Whether you’re working with a small powder room or the main suite, bathrooms are often regarded as being strictly utilitarian: Where you dry your hair, brush your teeth, or perfect your skincare routine. But in reality? Bathrooms are bursting with endless inspiration-you just need to get a little creative.
Whether you want to swathe your space in a soothing paint shade, whimsical wallpaper, or eye-catching tile, there are plenty of ways to make a statement from the moment you step inside. And once you’ve settled on the basics, you can pepper the area with thoughtful, finishing touches. Want to transform your space into a spa-like oasis? Add stylish sconces and a large, clawfoot tub. For a bathroom that can withstand time and trends, opt for classic Carrara marble, a double vanity, and a walk-in shower. If you want to embrace your bold side, go big with a statement chandelier.
With so many options to choose from, creating the bathroom of your dreams can seem like a huge undertaking. But trust us, all the hard work will pay off. Not only will revamping your bathroom make your space feel more aligned with your personal style, but research also suggests it can increase your home’s overall value. In fact, adding a full bathroom can increase your median home value by an average of 5.7 percent.
To kickstart the design process, we’re sharing more than 100 beautiful bathrooms. With an array of sizes and styles to choose from, it’s safe to say the list here is packed with inspiration.
Want to kick back and relax? Add some seating options to your bathroom. In Mario Connio’s former seaside retreat, a custom daybed flanks one side of the bathtub.
Penny Tile Bathroom
Augusta Hoffman strikes the perfect balance between old and new in her East Village bathroom. The vintage dresser she placed in the powder room deftly offsets the blue penny tiles that adorn the walls.
Cement Counter Bathroom
As Anita Calero’s bathroom in Colombia proves, less is more. Here, an all-white space is peppered with natural details such as a concrete counter, Thai sink, and an Agape mirror from Moss.
Steven Gambrel breathes new life into this Chicago powder room with a lively hand-painted wallpaper from Gracie. The Onyx Fantastico marble sink and floor complement the lush landscape depicted in the repeat.
Ernest de la Torre brings an unexpected color combination to this Bel Air (L.A.) bathroom. Here, he pairs Schumacher’s yellow grass cloth wall covering with a custom-and undeniably striking-Brazilian quartzite sink.
Alex Meitlis and Ivo Bisignano’s bathroom receives a museum-worthy upgrade with a standalone tub from Efraim Kastiel & Sons and abstract sculpture, courtesy of Bisignano. The result? A bathroom that bridges the gap between form and function.
When it comes to design, a guest bathroom doesn’t have to play second fiddle. In this Hudson Valley, N.Y., home, designer Sheila Bridges covered this space with artwork from Earl Swanigan, Waterworks’ finishings, and walls covered in a custom design by Bridges herself.
Located inside a 16th-century Tuscan villa, this bathroom was designed with relaxation in mind. Designer Hubert Zandberg paired a travertine bathtub with a custom screen and vintage brass trolley, which was found at a Parisian flea market.
Designer Bradley Stephens infused an Art Deco spirit into this Manhattan-based powder room with vintage Murano sconces and a custom onyx-patterned wallcovering.
With a freestanding tub, Jason Wu for Brizo tub filler, and warm color palette, Sophia Bush’s Hollywood bathroom is soothing and sensational in equal measure.