This is the stuff boards are made of.
Yes, our bathroom is the ultimate sanctuary—and maybe yours is still on the way to dream home status. But the good news is that, in the meantime, you can still dream a little... because it never hurts to collect inspiration.
If there's anything the traditional Hammam gets right, it's the mesmerizing tile patterns. In this spacious bathroom, designer Kyle Timothy Blood brings that sensibility home, pairing the mosaics with elegant marble for a fresh, upscale look.
Wooden flooring isn't incredibly common in bathrooms, though honestly, we're not sure why. With oversized windows, fixtures and stunning, multi-dimensional tiles, we'll never tire of this look.
Designed by SuzAnn Keltzein, the dark walls and geometric tiles in this "dramatic" washroom get an extra dose of luxury with a lavish chandelier. Bonus points for the asymmetrical claw-footed tub.
If you're into glamping (or even if you're not), you'll likely agree there's something so charming about a well kept outhouse. Less delightful? The whole lack-of-running-water thing. This au naturale-goes-chic aesthetic, designed by Andrew and Yvonne Pojani, offers the best of both worlds, featuring wooden walls and a seriously calming vibe.
What's black and white and red all over? Daring wallpaper adorned with zebras. Add in black marble accents and a potted plant, as Miles Redd did in this one-of-a-kind bathroom, and you have an ultra-contemporary take on nature that's perfect for your kids' bathroom—or your own.
If you're a bit afraid of color but don't want to forgo a truly special look, take a page from Nancy Epstein's book. Here, slightly smoky mirrors layered above stunning marble create serious depth; clean lines and high ceilings add to the allure.
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city are the key to breathtaking sights—and, thanks to stylish TOTO pieces and a zen vibe, the interior views of this bathroom are just as impressive.
A restroom is the ideal place to have a little fun with décor. Instead of getting boxed into one aesthetic, designer Summer Thornton combines bold stripes with pleasant florals for this commode's unique, cheery appeal.
There's nothing like a dose of playful to warm up even the coldest of days. This project, designed by Heidi Bonesteel and Michele Trout, combines lime green and lemon yellow in a fun, poppy wallpaper, so that in the loo, at least, it always feels like summertime.
This New Orleans bathroom, designed by Karyl Piece Paxton, is a nod to the city's French heritage. An antique bathtub and black-and-white checkered floors lend an old-world feel, while a glass shower door brings it back into the 21st century.
Bold dark wood contrasts beautifully against the cool blue lighting and sleek fixtures in this minimalist, quiet space. A freestanding tub and TOTO toilet add to the elegance.
A full bathroom overhaul isn't the only way to spice things up. Designer Amanda Lindroth adds an orange Pagoda mirror and striped fire-hued mats to an otherwise muted color scheme for a beachy appeal.
In this Spanish Revival-style home, designer Deirdre Doherty combines bold flooring with a striking pièce de résistance: the exposed tub piping. Understated lighting and opaque shower walls complete the eclectic look.
When all else fails, we believe in turning back to the basics—but the basics don't have to be boring. This chilled-out space, accented by TOTO fixtures, perfectly balances light wood walls and gray stone flooring with a deep green accent wall.
In a bathroom, nothing's more fitting than a pleasant blue, and this Nate McBride and Kari McCabe creation hits the nail on the head. White porcelain and a glass shower offset the turquoise walls.