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Aquamarines and sea greens are some of the best colors for a bathroom. And this combination of complementary mermaid tile and paper from @divinesavages brings just the right amount of both.“Monochromatic rooms need multiple textures to break up the monotony of the same color,” says designer Shauna Glenn. “We love that both the tile and wallpaper have multiple shades of green that play off of each other and create visual interest.”
This rattan peacock chair from @8degreessouth is not only a high-impact statement but also one that’s easy to achieve. And it’s the perfect perch for luxuriating pre-bath with some tea or even as a place to display your favorite Turkish towel set. “A peacock chair in the bathroom? Why not,” says Sorrell. “If you have enough space and are looking for some natural elements, a statement piece like a rattan peacock chair could be just the right element you need.”
Another sure-fire way to amp up the wow factor of your bathroom is with a set of these gold garden-inspired wall sconces featured by @fireclaytile.“Florals have been coming back in a big way, and this gold botanical accent is such an elegant and fun take on it,” says designer Jaime D. Huffman, of Charleston Blonde. “I’ve seen a lot of florals in wallpaper. But if you’re hesitant to make a bold move, adding something like this into a bathroom is a great way to commit without overdoing it.
For budget-friendly drama, you might want to grab a can of paint and look to these charcoal walls from @greeneacresfarmhouse for inspiration.“Charcoal walls are a perfect neutral tone for when you want to create drama,” says designer Doreen Amico-Sorell, of Sorell Interiors. “It’s softer than black but packs a punch on the overall aesthetic of a room.”
The ‘shower bath’ is all the rage when it comes to bathrooms, says Bourassa. These bathing rooms allow you to have the best of both worlds, even in a small space. You no longer need to decide between the luxury of a soaking tub or spa shower, because this trend marries both of these desirable features within the same footprint. It’s also beyond practical when it comes to the dreaded bathroom cleaning, bath product storage, and the inevitable soak and rinse.
Who knew that changing the direction of shower tile could make such a difference? Installing tile in a herringbone pattern is a great way to make a design statement using a classic material like subway tile. And by using a strong color like jade green or turquoise blue with a high glaze, the installation can make a bold statement in any bathroom. This follows the maximalism design trend of making adventurous design choices that can also reflect a personal style.
Is there anything more festive than that confetti look of terrazzo floors? We think not, and we’re loving the look in this bathroom by @theinteriorfox.“Terrazzo may be a nod to mod designs of the past, but mixing this element with today’s modern design features provides instant fun and interest to any space,” says Bourassa. “It’s a subtle way to add pops of color without dominating the space. The end result is a clean look with tons of visual appeal.”