7 Inspiring Bathrooms

Bathroom Design - Wood Vanity and Subway Tiles -Lauren LiessLauren Liess’ Home, featured in Domino

Hello friends! Today I’ve gathered up seven lovely bathroom designs that inspire me. Hope you have a happy Monday!

Beautiful Bathroom - Gray Subway Tile - Michael C Hall - Photo by Joe SchmelzerMichael C. Hall’s Home in Lonny – Photo by Joe Schmelzer

Pretty White Bathroom - Creating Contrast Designs - Claire JeffordCreating Contrast Designs – Claire Jefford

Gray Bathroom Vanity - Rachel Reider InteriorsRachel Reider Interiors

Wood Vanities with Marble Tops - Photographs by Kelly BrownDesign Sponge – Photo by Kelly Brown

Modern Rustic Bathroom Design - Vessel Sink in Open Shelf Wood VanityRachel Bishop’s bathroom – Southern Exposure,  found via BHG

Mandy Milks Bathroom - Photo by Michael Graydon - House and HomeHouse and Home

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{Inspired By} Clawfoot Tubs

Gold and White Clawfoot Tub in Navy and Green Wallpapered Bathroom

Oh clawfoot tubs, how I love you.

Gray and White Clawfoot Tub with Subway Tile and Brass FittingsHouse & Home

Wood Paneled Bathroom with Gray and White Clawfoot TubHouse Beautiful

Yellow Clawfoot Tub - Sarah RichardsonHouse & Home | Sarah Richardson Design

Slipper Clawfoot TubCountry Living

Black and white bathroom by Creative HomebodyCreative Homebody

White Clawfoot Tub in Blue and White Bathroom - Built in StorageThis Old House

Black and White Bathroom with Patterned Graphic Tile FloorHouse Beautiful

Which one is your favorite?

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PS. I had trouble finding the original source for the first photo. If you know of it, please let me know!

10 Simple Bathroom Luxuries

Simple Bathroom Luxuries - The Inspired Room

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This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.

I want my home to feel like more than just an ordinary house. I want it to be a restful retreat, a destination that comforts my family and prepares us to impact the world outside of it. The bathroom is where we start and end our days, so no matter how ordinary our house is it’s nice to create a luxury experience. While a bathroom covered in beautiful tile and with a glorious soaker tub would definitely feel luxurious, we can give even the most average every day bathroom a tiny sense of ‘luxury’ with affordable accessories and easy updates.

Black White and Gold BathroomHouse Beautiful

Here are 10 Simple Bathroom Luxuries To Consider:

1) Mood Lighting

Consider changing out standard builder lighting, updating old fixtures, installing dimmer switches, or even just change out your types of lightbulbs to warm the mood of a bathroom. Lighting makes a big impact on how we feel in a room, and even how we look!

2) A Favorite Candle

I think it’s safe to say I have a candle in every room of my house, and the bathroom is no exception. I love the romantic feel of a flickering candle mixed with the pretty scent (but unscented adds a nice ambiance even if you are sensitive to smells!).

3) Hand Soap, Bath Salts, and Bubble Bath

Soap and bathroom accessories feel luxurious when they are in a fancy jar, don’t they? Incorporating spa-like products in your bathroom will make you feel welcomed and inspired, as if you are on vacation in a luxury hotel.

4) A Spa-Like Shower Head

Every shower can be a spa-like experience when you have a shower head that you love. A spa-like shower head (such as the Delta Temp2O 6- 6-Spray LED Digital Temperature Display Showerhead at The Home Depot) is a quick and affordable way to update your bathroom and make the whole bathroom feel almost brand new again! With the new technology that regulates the temperature to be just right,  your shower is great way to start and end your day.

5) Flowers

Flowers and plants in a bathroom are a luxurious touch that add a sense of well-being and calm to a space. Keep spa colored vases on hand to hold pretty blooms.  “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul” — Luther Burbank Enough

6) A Laundry Hamper

One thing I’ve learned about myself is that when something functional is beautiful, I am much more inspired to use it. Treat yourself to new bathroom accessories like a pretty laundry hamper!

7) Fresh Towels

A stack of fluffy white towels neatly folded in a cabinet or by the tub will give you a sense of being in your own luxury spa.  It’s about time at my house to purge out many of my old towels and start fresh!

8) Fresh Bath Rugs

One of the quickest ways to refresh and update your bathroom is to swap out old bath rugs with new clean mats. I like to have a fluffy bath rug by the sink, and more absorbent rugs by the shower.

9) A Pretty Stool

If you have the space, consider adding a pretty stool to your bathroom. It’s the perfect spot to perch on while putting on shoes or an extra space to stack towels. Adding furniture to a bathroom is a great way to add character, color, pattern, and texture too!

10) Clean Counters, Organized Drawers

Last, but certainly not least…a clean bathroom will instantly feel more luxurious than a bathroom with cluttered counters and chaotic drawers. Go on a bathroom cleaning frenzy and throw out excess or expired cosmetics and medications, clear off the counter, and tidy up the drawers. Your space will feel serene and ready to welcome you in the next time you’re ready to relax!

What are your dream bathroom luxuries?

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