White bathrooms work double duty. They look clean and gorgeous while they also play well with lighting, making even the smallest space look spacious and grand.
Don’t overlook the humble white bathroom. As it turns out, white bathrooms can be just as beautiful and grande as their more colorful counterparts. Whether they’re setting the scene in a modern, upscale flat or the bathroom is inspired by turn of the century designs, these white bathrooms are big on charm and style
Embrace Dark Floors
Deep brown or black floors are a trend with staying power (there’s something so modern yet classic about them, right?). In bathrooms, they look luxe but need white walls and furnishings to balance them out. Tone them down even more with a pale rug.
White walls and honey wood.
The built-in bath surround by wood boards with a honey tint. At the head of the bathtub is a cabinet with a vanity and a mirror suspended from the ceiling.
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If you’re going to go all-white, add some pops of color to make everything stand out and break up the monotony. Bright mosaics help play with lighting and add some inexpensive charm to any bathroom.
Small white bathroom design
Add bright accents with the help of towels and rug in a small white bathroom.
Stop a room from looking too monochromatic
The minute you add a vase of lovely flowers or an elegant white orchid, a tray of vintage silver bottles and a clock, the bath immediately feels less monochromatic.
The minute you add a vase of lovely flowers in elegant bottles and a clock, the bath immediately feels less monochromatic. Art in the bath adds interest and changes the monochromatic look. If you have a wood sauna, the texture of the wood makes the space less clinical. A large mirror adds depth, and an architectural trim always adds dimension.
It’s the ultimate retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation, complete with beautifully crafted objects and elegant materials, balanced with the right blend of practical considerations and design dynamics. It needs to feel just right for you.
There’s something undeniably luxurious about a deep, stand-alone bathtub. To make a splash, consider painting your walls white and having a little fun with the color of your tub. A claw-foot tub (or just its legs) can be finished in shades like red or yellow, while wood designs bring their own brand of panache to the party.
A well-placed mirror can make a room look almost twice as large
Since the finish of the fittings and towel bars presents itself as color, you have to decide if you want the space to feel cool (chrome) or warm (nickel or brass). And don’t assume that because the bath is white you need to impose colored towels.
Since the finish of the fittings and towel bars presents itself as color, you have to decide if you want the space to feel cool (chrome) or warm (nickel or brass). And don’t assume that because the bath is white you need to impose colored towels. Going back to texture, a luxurious white Egyptian cotton towel adds warmth and softness.
It might just be the oldest trick, but it works: A well-placed mirror can make a room look almost twice as large. You can install a single one that spans the length of your vanity, but hanging multiples—whether a matching pair hung side-by-side, or a mishmash hung salon-style—is equally as illuminating.