Whether you prefer brighter or bolder hues, color is imperative in a bathroom set because it adds vibrancy, character and style to a bathroom decor. There are so many ways to use, one can combine a series of them or make one the star while adding a few pops of color here and then. Today, Luxury Bathrooms will show you a series of colorful bathroom ideas that will add some much-need energy to one’s decor.
Kelly Wearstler is known for her vibrant use of colors 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.
This unique master bath of designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer features a lustrous tone of yellow on the wall with small pops of color like blue and red.
From the green curtains to the brass bathroom furniture as well as the white marble walls and floors, this bathroom really is the epitome of glamour!
Designed by Gabhan O’Keeffe, this guest bathroom’s most impressive aspect it is the sheathed walls in glass-mosaic tile in numerous colors and Carrara marble. As if this wasn’t already enough, it also features a jade-marble sink and onyx vanity doors
Navy blue and red make for an incredible combination of tones, especially in a bathroom set. Thom Filicia designed this exceptional space.
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!
In a wonderful collaboration, Olson Kundig Architects and Terry Hunziker came together to create this elegant bathroom set in lighter tones that also has a Caesarstone counter.
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.
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Source: Architectural Digest