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16 Colourful Bathroom Ideas to Create the Most Soothing EnvironmentTuesday 2 October 2018
16 Colourful Bathroom Ideas to Create the Most Soothing Environment ⇒ Whether you prefer brighter or bolder hues, colour is imperative in a bathroom set because it adds vibrancy, character and style to its decor. There are so many ways to use it, you can opt for neutral tones that still exude elegance and then add a few splashes of colour or you can actually go all in, and mix a bunch of hues. In this article, CovetED will show you a series of colourful bathroom ideas and designs from some of the world’s most renowned interior designers and brands. If you are thinking about switching things up and add more energy to your own set, then these design ideas will act as amazing sources of inspiration.
Kelly Wearstler is known for her vibrant use of colours and this astonishing bath is no exception as the designer added pink, white and black in-laid marble walls that give it a sophisticated yet playful character.
Using strong pops of colour in your bathroom is an excellent idea. For instance, the internationally acclaimed designer India Mahdavi created this stunning bathroom line for Bisazza which features exceptional hues of pistachio, strawberry and grey.
The renowned designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard decorated this phenomenal bathroom from Villa Luna. Orange is one of the main colours used in this set while the cabinets are covered in a colourful Missoni fabric.
This remarkable set features the contemporary Malabar wallpaper by Cole & Son in blue and grey tones that give it a subtle yet romantic touch. In the background, one can also see walls painted in green while a pink flaming graces this set with a playful touch.
Exuding a sense of Hollywood glamour, onyx is one of the main elements of this astonishing bathroom, one can see it throughout from the surfaces to the bathtub and floor. This space was designed by Marmol Radziner.
While this set may have minimalist, Scandinavian and mid-century modern influences, it features a colourful background and the exquisite designs, such as the polished brass tubular freestanding, the massive wall mirror and the handcrafted pendants exude an unparalleled sense of glamour.
Kate Moss designed this unique wallpaper for the renowned brand, De Gournay. It features a series of intricate flower motifs in several hues that make quite the statement.
This master bathroom designed by Suzanne Kasler features a Boussac’s Tarantelle wallpaper with floral motifs in blue and green tones.
Black, grey, darker tones of blue and golden details contrast perfectly in this contemporary bathroom set. It also features one of the most exquisite bathroom furniture ever, the Tortoise washbasin!
Madeline Stuart decorated this remarkable powder room that features various shades of blue as its main component. It also has an 18th-century Italian marble sink, a blue stoneware vase and hand-painted walls that resemble decorative Islamic tile work.
Winwood Mckenzie designed this curvaceous bathroom set of a 19th century Melbourne home that features various shades of pink and wood-veneer accents. The architecture practice maintained the house’s traditional character while adding a few contemporary twists.
Blue and gold accents, as well as darker tones, are featured throughout this unique bathroom design that features a series of exquisite designs, from the peculiar Newton bathtub to the lustrous Draycott wall lamps.
Designed by Gabhan O’Keeffe, this guest bathroom’s most impressive aspect it is the sheathed walls in glass-mosaic tile in numerous colours and Carrara marble. As if this wasn’t already enough, it also features a jade-marble sink and onyx vanity doors.
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