66 Bathroom Ideas We're Legit Obsessed With

Let's start with that copper tub.

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Whether you're thinking of your powder room, master bath, or ensuite, we've got ideas upon ideas for how to make your bathroom serious #goals. Color, pattern, minimalist, farmhouse—you'll find it all on here. If you weren't planning a bathroom reno, you're about to be.

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Get A Copper Tub

Once you see this copper tub, you can't unsee it. Your farmhouse bathroom dreams just got a little bit fancier.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt for Emily Henderson Designs
Scallop Your Floors

The scalloped tiles in this bathroom helps soften the black floor. To add contrast, switch up your shower tiles.

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Mix Your Styles

A little bit modern, a little bit industrial—we're all about this warm, light-filled bathroom. The plush green and blue rug adds color and texture.

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Add A Plant

Proof that a potted plant can go a long way. Combined with tons of natural light, this bathroom is a legit oasis.

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Create An Accent Wall

To keep bold pattern from overpowering a small bathroom that doesn't get a lot of natural light, limit to one wall. This bathroom gets an extra pop from teal cabinets.

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Go Understated Glam

A floating tub is the ultimate in relaxation, but these patterned walls are definitely our favorite part of this understated glam bathroom. Since the walls are so bold, the minimalist tub keeps it feeling sleek and fresh.

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Chris Delaney
Play With Gold Accents

Gold accents can go a long way—in this case, all the way to the ceiling. The shimmery gold block of this bathroom's ceiling is a chic pop against the darker walls. Smaller gold accents (such as the monogram color on the hand towel) tie it all together.

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colleen bashaw white and gray bathroom
Maura McEvoy
Pattern on Pattern

This spa-inspired bathroom gets tons of character from the tiled patterned floor and the palm leaf wallpaper. We're dying over the bronze palm chair.

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Björn Wallander
Fake Natural Light

A bathroom without windows doesn't have to be dark and drab. Reflective marble countertops, vanity mirrors, and white cabinets make this windowless bathroom appear to actually have a lot of natural light.

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green rustic bathroom
Sylvia Martin
Don't Be Afraid of Green

Designed to feel like an enclosed porch, this vintage-feeling bathroom features lantern-style light fixtures, hidden medicine cabinets, and freestanding, antique oak washstands.

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justina blakeney bathroom
David Tsay
Bold & Blue

Shampoo storage never looked so chic. In Justina Blakeney's "Jungalow," the shower's niche is inset with a vintage mirror.

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Björn Wallander
Have Fun With The Floor

These are not your grandma's white bathroom tiles. The geometric of the floor adds just the right amount of flair to this simplistic bathroom.

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Eric Roth
Contemporary Cool

The danger in doing a contemporary bathroom is that it can feel cold, so choose a design that errs on the side of simplicity, but with beautiful, natural materials.

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Christopher Stark
Make The Tub The Star

The tub's placement beneath the window and gorgeous chandelier makes it a focal point.

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SuzAnn Kletzien Chicago bathroom shower
Dustin Halleck
Try A Geometric Pattern

Black and white doesn't have to be boring. This dark and dreary Chicago bathroom was transformed into a luxe escape with an elegant clawfoot tub and marbled shower. The statement-making floor complements the picture-frame trim on the doors, walls, and mirrors.

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JONATHAN HOKKLO
Let Plants Work Their Magic

Plants help rid the air of chemicals left behind by cleaning and beauty products. Plus—they instantly add life to any bathroom.

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christina rottman master bathroom
Jonny Valiant
Sea Blue

With views of the Pacific just outside, this soothing space designed draws on the colors of the sea. Teal tiles clad the window-adjacent tub, so it really feels like going for a dip in the ocean.

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Björn Wallander
Vary Your Shapes

The round mirrors and curved faucets balance the many straight lines in this bathroom.

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master bathroom by celerie kemble and lindsey herod
Brittany Ambridge
Add A Statement Chandelier

Mirrors, marble, and sunlight bring sparkle to a newly expanded master bath. The Texas home's garden theme is echoed in the wallpaper and porcelain chandelier.

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Paul Raeside
Shades of Gray

In a sleek Hamptons house, the master bath has a Wetstyle tub for a sleek and modern feel. The gray color palette keeps it feeling soothing.

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Wallpaper by Fornasetti for Cole & Son adds a playful Caribbean note to the master bath. In the nearby master bed­room, a classic cannonball bed by Ethan Allen is energized with custom lime­green paint and a colorful antique quilt.
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Tropical-Inspired

Fish wallpaper adds a playful note to a Bahamian bathroom. Even if you don't live by the beach, you can still feel like you're there.

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ma allen pool bathroom
Anna Routh
Pool Cabana Or Bathroom?

Guests at a North Carolina home can pop in this changing area before hitting the pool. A built-in bench doubles as storage space for towels.

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nina farmer powder room
Stephen Kent Johnson
Vintage Meets Modern

A New England home's powder room retained its vintage corner sink but got a new look with marbleized wallpaper and a vintage mirror. The original wainscoting was repainted in Farrow & Ball's Plummet.

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bailey mccarthy gold tile bathroom
Trevor Tondro
Go Gold

Oh, you fancy, huh? These gold leaf tiles make this master bathroom extra luxe.

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black and white bathroom
Laura Resen
Black & White

This white master bathroom incorporates black accents for contrast. Wicker baskets help boost storage space.

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Karyn R. Millet
Try A Trough Sink

The boys' bathroom in a Lake Tahoe home has a large trough sink and an industrial-style pendant. Red paint helps warm up the space.

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Trevor Tondro
Get Creative With Mirrors

In an Atlanta house, the downstairs bathroom has a utilitarian console sink, which is both elegant and durable. Suspending a mirror in front of the window allows for privacy.

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frank roop blue master bathroom
James Merrell
Nautical Vibes

Embrace nautical decor head-on with coastal accents. This coastal cottage's bathroom features navy subway tile and pale blue shades.

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farmhouse bathroom
Pieter Estersohn
Farmhouse Feels

Nothing says "rustic" more than chicken wire. Use the screening in place of glass cabinet doors to up the country feel and show off stacks of fresh towels.

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amir khamneipur gray bathroom
Peter Murdock
Get Smart With Your Storage

Make up for a nonexistent linen closet with strategic storage. A mirrored medicine cabinet in a New York apartment measures two feet deep to fit towels. The shelves inside are staggered around the pipes, and a custom vanity conceals bins for dry cleaning and laundry.

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