21 Beautiful Bathrooms
Everyone wants a bathroom that’s spacious, functional and gorgeous. A spa retreat right in your own home. This collection of beautiful bathrooms will inspire you and help you plan that perfect in-house retreat you’ve been dreaming of.
Elegant half bath
Beautify a small bathroom with a wall-mount faucet, vessel sink and a console table. Combine your choice of furniture with a basin-type sink to create your own unique look. The best part is you can do this project yourself! All of the how-to instructions can be found here.
A Small Bathroom That Feels Big
In a small bathroom space, how do you avoid overcrowding? This 5×9-ft. bathroom feels spacious with its reconfigured linen closet, bright white fixtures and an open-bottom vanity table. Curious how the homeowners accomplished this? Check out all the details right here.
Dressed up in posh Italian marble
Built-in storage cabinet
Sometimes the only thing lacking in a bathroom is storage space. When there’s no extra floor space, consider a built-in cabinet that utilizes the open space within the walls. You (or a contractor) can build this useful cabinet with the detailed instructions presented here, along with two other bathroom storage projects.
Space-saving custom tile shower
Design an alcove, bench and storage shelf right into your shower. Think you couldn’t do this tile project yourself? Yes you can! Here’s how.
One unique element
Whether it’s a mosaic marble medallion, as shown here, a modern polished concrete vanity top or a towering skylight, you can transform a bathroom with one show-stopping feature. Intrigued by this tiled shower? Find the details here.
Who puts wood on the walls of a bathroom? No one! This is matte-textured porcelain tile that simulates wide plank wood. The simple, rustic wooden door hides a cabinet for storing toiletries.
A bathroom built for two
This bathroom features a toilet closet for privacy and large mirrors that hide handy storage space.
Space-saving wall-hung sink
Replacing an old vanity with a sleek wall-hung sink will make your entire bathroom look newer and feel more spacious. Check out this article for the before and after photo and step-by-step how to instructions for installing a wall-hung sink.
One Weekend Bathroom Remodel
You don’t have to put up with your bathroom being out of commission for weeks of messy renovation. With some planning and this article, you can create a completely new look in just one weekend.
Turn up the lights
Sometimes something as simple as a larger mirror and new light fixtures is all it takes to transform a bathroom. On a modest budget, you can have these items installed, or save even more and do it yourself! Complete instructions can be found here.
Updated function on a modest budget
This bright, functional bathroom started out as a tired 1950s disaster. Reusing some elements from the original, the homeowners were able to get the bathroom they wanted without spending a fortune. Read their story and see the fun, funky original tile vanity top here.
Keeping it clean
Wall-mounted fixture handles and faucets, plus a floating vanity, up this bathroom’s sleek style and make it extremely easy to clean.
Bring in some light
The unexpected hexagonal window in the shower area lets in lots of natural light.
A new look without breaking the bank
You don’t have to spend thousands and thousands of dollars to freshen up a bathroom. For this update, new tile was installed in the shower area and on the floor and the mirror was framed and tiled. The granite vanity top, faucets, glass shelves and tile are all from a home center. Find out how to create a completely new look just like one of these beautiful bathrooms and stay on budget in this article.
Shipshape, functional tub
This modern tub with a center drain is made of stone resin. It’s perfect for bathing kids and pets!
Bright and easy to clean
A large preassembled glass block window for natural light and a wall-hung toilet and sink for easy floor cleaning are some of the great features of this small bathroom. The old tub was replaced with a roomy shower and an over-sized mirror replaced the sad little oval one that hung above the sink. If you want to see and read about this project, check out this article.
Clear and uncluttered
This see-through, 5 ft. x 5 ft. frameless shower practically disappears, leaving the bathroom looking spacious and open. And, a minimalist freestanding oval soaking tub is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Horizontal ceramic wall tiles on one wall add depth that makes this small bathroom appear larger.