18 Colorful Bathrooms That'll Make You So Happy

Smiles all around.

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Simon Watson

Even if you're not planning a remodel anytime soon, you will be after seeing these seriously colorful bathrooms. Whether you want to go all-over bold, add a subtle accent, or incorporate pattern, we've got ideas to get you inspired. No boring bathrooms allowed!

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Teal

Teal is bold, so limit it to one area of your bathroom. This one gets an added pop from a patterned wall.

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Stars

If black and white feels too blah for you, jazz it up with star tiles. Stay away from reds and blues if you want to avoid patriotic vibes.

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Pink & Blue

Think pink is too girlie for you? Not when you combine it with a deep blue floor.

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Lavender

This is how you simultaneously add color, and create the most calming bathroom ever. We're totally swooning over these pale lavender walls.

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Brown Metallic

Think brown = boring? Think again.

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Blue & Gray

Not only does this bathroom mix colors, it also mixes patterns. We never thought we'd love gray so much.

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Color-Blocked

Why settle for one when you could have two? This mix of blue and peach is seriously swanky.

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Green

Your bathroom is often closed off to the rest of your house, so use it as an excuse to get a little wild. We're obsessed with this green zebra wallpaper.

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Johnny Valiant
Blue Ombre

No—ombre isn't just a trendy hair color. It also looks seriously cool on a tiled bathroom wall.

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Paul Costello
Tropical Green

In the powder room of this Florida home, a leaf-covered green wallpaper adds a tropical touch. Mornings suck less when it feels like paradise.

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Jessica Isaac
Sea Blue

This baby blue scallop tile creates a bathroom fit for a mermaid. Add brass hardware and you're set.

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David Tsay
Cobalt Blue

This floor-to-ceiling azure tile work is a feature you'll never forget. To up the ante, designer Justina Blakeney added a porthole-like mirror to the shower in her Los Angeles home.

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Sylvia Martin
Sage Green

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

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Trevor Tondro
Deep Navy

The farmhouse sink in this guest bathroom is a subtle nod to this Charleston home's earlier days as a kitchen house. Polo Blue on the walls adds a modern pop of color to this historic home.

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James Carriére
Mint Stripes

Tiles were installed to form wide, horizontal stripes in a 37-square-foot guest bathroom in a San Francisco, California, house. Stripes are a nice, graphic design element that can bring movement and pattern to a room, but not in a busy way.

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Melanie Acevedo
Baby Blue

This powder room in Palm Beach is settled near the pool and painted to look like a cabana with a tasseled, tented awning.

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Francesco Lagnese
Black-Stained

Sheathed in dark-stained pine with simple cabinetry, this master bathroom has the look of a rustic retreat. It's proof that black can be seriously sexy.

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Simon Watson
Green Striped

Used horizontally on slanted walls, the powder room's bottle green stripe wallpaper is makes a serious statement. It makes a small space way more impactful.

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