For those who feel most relaxed in a pristine bright environment, these luxury white bathroom design ideas are just for you. Here are 25 ways to decorate your bathroom using white finishes and neutral hues. From traditional to contemporary and modern there are many examples of white bathrooms to give you ideas for almost any style.
The bath in the picture above is beautifully done in a sophisticated colonial style. It is evident from its high ceiling and eggshell-painted walls bordered by a crown molding. The elegance is enhanced by the classic white marble, white cabinetry and touches of chrome. The height of the shower door, the dresser, and the corner tub are in the traditional 1-3-5 ratio. Aesthetically pleasing, they are also carefully placed so that the shower, being easily accessible to the counters, have the most efficient position while the tub is detached and luxurious, sitting by two windows with picturesque views, a vase of roses, and candles.
White bathrooms convey a sense of peace, spaciousness and cleanliness which makes it the perfect fit for the bathroom. There are many ways to incorporate white in to your bathroom including white vanity cabinets, molding, paint, counter tops and flooring. Here are some white bathroom ideas you can use for inspiration for your own interior designs.
Powder blue walls make an enchanting, cloud-like backdrop to the solid whiteness of the bathroom. The marble’s fluid, playful pattern of shades and its gleaming surface complements the dreamy softness of the color scheme while its dark border on the flooring is an elegant way to define areas. A tall mirror that spans the length of the entire bathroom counter, highly-reflective chrome hardware, varying ceiling heights, strategic placing of lighting and the glass door gives the illusion of a bigger space.
Albeit stark, a minimalist bathroom is anything but bare. This is attention to details at its finest with its clean and truthful lines and texture. There are no moldings and baseboards to hide edges and corners as it showcases its masterful high-level finish. With dramatic cove lighting, the space is the perfect setting for the carefully curated modern and pricey bathroom fixtures. A floor-to-ceiling picture window with a view of the ocean makes up for its lack of decor and floods the bathroom in natural light.
An earthy element such as a tree stump, that not only functions as a table, is a juxtaposition to an otherwise stately white affair. A vase of white branches serves as the transition from the calculated white elements to a more rustic character. The tub, situated in the middle, is the focal point and which all elements gravitate towards to. The six frames arranged in two columns placed in the middle of the windows add visual height and a floor-to-ceiling mirror on one side of the bath effectively amplifies the impression of space.
This beautiful bath has attractive wood inlay, chrome fixtures, and natural stone flooring. The large shower features a rain shower faucet as well as two additional faucets to accommodate bathers of all sizes and preferences. The attractive white molding around the windows painted in bright white, mix well with the cream colored tile work, flooring, and cabinetry. His and her sinks with chrome fixtures are an attractive feature of this luxury bathroom.
The bath is finished in a poetic adagio starting from the ceiling in its solid virtuous white, with well-placed brushed satin chrome lighting fixtures. The whiteness continues on the walls, steadily merging with light marbled shades of grey enclosing the tub and concluded with the flooring having the heaviest marbled gradation. A mirror-cladded wall and glass-enclosed shower visually opens the space and the plants add freshness to the monochrome.
To maximize a spatially-challenged bathroom, a smart and efficient layout is called for. To aid in the illusion of a larger area, the bathroom is finished in a light monochrome abetted by mirror-clad walls elongating the ceiling. Glass partitions separate the spaces without visual constraints thereby allowing the entire area be bathed in a combination of white and warm white lighting. Plants placed on the corners of the tub supplies the area a fresh pop of color.
Celadon green walls and beige natural stone are a perfect compliment to one another in this stylish bathroom. A lovely tray ceiling set in white with recessed lights provides plenty of illumination. The shower features a large glass window. Windowed cabinets provide additional storage space and dual sinks offer plenty of space to prepare for the day. A large soaking bath tub with oversized chrome fixtures makes an inviting impression. Above the corner of the bath sits a flat screen TV for those who like a long relaxing soak while they catch their favorite TV program.
A large rainfall shower head in this shower built for two provides a great space to luxuriate and relax. The show has a wide bench seat for contemplation and an attractive black and white design. The porcelain pedestal bathtub in a classic style offers a polished chrome detachable shower attachment to direct the water exactly where you want. Arched picture windows let in natural sunshine and provide a soothing ambiance.
A traditional bathroom with contemporary elements. The layering of details tells a story of a room well-used, reflecting a personality that is chic yet cozy. The rough brick half-wall, classic counters with its soft edges, and understated flooring are warm and welcoming. They work beautifully and harmoniously with the smooth curves of the tub and the basic yet bold modern stainless steel side table.
Tiled in a majestic pattern, this elegant bathroom would be right at home in an French manor or presidential palace. Featuring ornate tile work with gold finishes and brass hardware, one would feel like royalty as they soaked in the jacuzzi tub. A vintage hanging lamp with delicate design, classic gold finished mirror, and matching bathroom vanity make a strong fashion statement.
The rich, dark wooden flooring is the pièce de résistance of this tasteful bathroom design. Its exquisite grains runs toward the direction of the bathtub, the room’s point of origin. The ornate chair and chandelier shades continues the woodsy visual interest, offering a nice contrast to the stateliness of the symmetrical and orderly scheme of the cabinets and counters.
This country-inspired bathroom is full of classic design aesthetics. The palette is kept a minimal – mainly whites and light grays, with a little touch of blue and wood tones. The floor uses 30×30 ceramic floor tiles, with a 2″x2″ piece of blue tile at the intersection of 4 tiles. The shower area uses only the white tiles for its floor and walls, but with accent blue mosaic tiles framing the floor area and the wall. The same mosaic tiles were used for the side of the bathtub. The rest of the walls are painted in light gray and white.
This ultra-modern bathroom uses minimal variation of materials, but maximizes the effect of white: making the space appear bigger than it actually is. The floors and walls of the shower area are tiled with large pieces of homogenous ceramic tiles, the rest of the walls and ceiling are painted in white. The counter top and the large splashboard for the vanity uses Danby marble, and the modern appeal is enhanced by the use of modern fixtures in chrome finish and a full-height sliding glass door for the shower area.
This elegant bathroom is a mixture of classic features and modernity. The floors uses high-quality white Italian tiles with elegant patterns in gray, and on the vanity counter and the bathtub is white marble with rounded edges. The shower area interestingly uses marble tiles for its floors, its walls and its ceiling area, and is covered by frame-less tempered glass. It also uses a strip of accent mosaic tiles in checkerboard pattern and uses stainless steel border in between the marble and the accent tiles. The rest of bathroom walls is painted in dove gray and cabinets in white.
This classic all-white bathroom features a classic yet modern approach in its choice of finishes and carpentry. The floor, counter and splash board uses Italian Marble tiles, and the floor is accented by mosaic tiles and patterned marble tiles. The walls and the shower bench uses interesting high-gloss white subway tiles. The hardware and fixtures uses a combination of chrome finish and satin finish, while the rest of the cabinets, walls, frames and ceiling is painted white.
This contemporary bathroom design uses minimal material variety – the floors and walls are mostly tiles using large white ceramic tiles with white grouting. The bathtub area features a 60cm wide column of accent tiles with horizontal striped patterns. The shower area makes use of frame-less tempered glass with green tint, and all the fixtures are in chrome finish. Areas which are not much prone to water exposure are painted in white.
This elegant bathroom makes use of glazed ceramic tiles in cream (with patterns resembling natural marble) for the floors and the walls. The shower wall also uses accent mosaic tiles to border the shower mixer area and the diagonally-installed ceramic tiles. The rest of the walls are painted in warm gray, white the moldings and the ceiling is painted white. The counter top material for the vanity is Colonial cream granite. The fixtures used are in rubbed bronze finish, white the glass for the shower area uses black powder-coated hardware.
An ultra-modern use of materials, this bathroom boasts of space, simplicity and modernity. The floors uses high-quality porcelain tiles in light cream color, white the walls for the water-closet area and the shower areas uses the same tiles. The walls are simply painted in a very light off-white color, and the ceiling remains plain and white. For the cubicles, green-tinted frame-less tempered glass was used, with a large strip of frosted glass sticker in the center portion of the glass for added privacy. The fixtures and the vanity are all in white, while the faucets are in chrome finish.
This very elegant bathroom makes us feel like a modern royalty. Its floors are from non-slip cream colored porcelain tiles, while the vanity countertop, the bathtub area and the splashboards uses an elegant-looking colonial cream granite material. The walls are painted in light beige, and the rest of the moldings, ceiling and cabinetry are all in white. A glass chandelier makes an impressive centerpiece and offers the room a warm glow.
This bathroom features natural non-slip stone tiles in cream for its floors and all-over its walls. The counter material used for the vanity is a simple white quartz material, topped with an interesting piece of blue glass sink. The antiqued bronze finish of the vanity legs and the mirror frame makes the space look more interesting, and the blue-tinted frame-less glass for the shower completes the modern look of the bath.
Another modern bathroom design which looks simple and very masculine. The floors and walls uses light gray ceramic tiles with a natural non-slip finish. The walls are painted in a similar shade of gray as the tiles used, and the ceiling is kept in a simple white paint finish. The countertop material for the vanity are uses Nero Marquine Black Marble, and enhances the masculine look of the bath. It also uses frame-less non-tinted tempered glass for the shower area and a large mirror covering the cabinet doors to give an illusion of a bigger space.
This elegant bathroom design uses a simple palette of cream and white. The upper part of the walls are painted in a beige-cream tone, and the lower half of the walls until the floors uses maple cream marble tiles in various cuts and sizes. For the shower area, it uses grooved tiles in a similar cream color for additional anti-slip property. The countertop material for the vanity is a cream vanilla quartz.
This modern bathroom design makes use of very minimal materials. The walls and the floors uses the same travertine natural stone tiles in a light cream color. The vanity counter top uses a quartz stone slab with gray fossils in off-white/cream, sliding doors and windows are frosted for privacy with powder-coated framing. The bathroom fixtures are all in chrome finish.
This very large bathroom uses only a few materials, but all materials used enhances the over-all aesthetic of the design. The floors are in simple white Italian glazed porcelain tiles, while the walls are painted in light beige. The vanity area has a floor-to-ceiling mirror which helps make the space look larger, and the opposite wall has an accent wall clad with tongue-and-groove wood planks which adds warmth to the feel of the bathroom. When considering white bathroom ideas its important to remember that white reflects light which may have an effect on the materials you select to ensure they are not overwhelming to the senses.