This bathroom is largely neutral and yet reads as colorful because of its expertly coordinated accents. Turquoise and lavender are excellent together. Photographed by Nancy Nolan, via House of Turquoise.
This is one of the most interesting and statement-making uses of exposed brick I have ever seen. It gives the appearance of being in an old castle, and I love the romantic vibe. Via decorology.
As if this sleek spa-like interior wasn’t enough, the expansive glass gives the feel of bathing in a garden. Which sounds awesome, if you ask me. A temperature-controlled, dirt-free garden. Haha. Via nicety.
I’m not so sure about those rainbow hand towels, but I love everything else, especially the tray styled with toiletries and bright flowers. The home of Armonia Decors, photographed by Meghan Beierle-O’Brien for High Gloss via House of Turquoise.
Via my ideal home.
The blue is a little much, but architecturally speaking this is like a dream. Photographed by Pierre Wester, styled by Camilla Julner for Vårt Nya Hem.
While I am no longer as attracted to all-white rooms as I used to be, this bathroom is stunning. Add some dramatic window dressings and dark wood cabinetry and I’d be losing my mind. By Christopher Peacock via decorology.
Massive double-taking and mouth-gaping occurred when I first saw this image. At first I wasn’t even certain that it was a bathroom, though the (magnificent) towel storage gives it away. Definitely in my top five bathroom photographs I’ve ever seen. I love that there’s so much room that they can afford to use up all that space just for towel storage and display, and you all know how I feel about large plant life. The white and gray and sea-foam green color palette is perfect. Via delight by design.Like This Post