Think your bathroom is a bit blah? Here are 7 bathrooms that received a face lift from the Love It or List It team to inspire you.
There’s a common misconception that all the metals in one space need to match. In reality, mixing different metals brings an extra layer of interest to this bathroom.
Lighting used: Hinkley 3174OZ
When you are short on space, look vertically. These floating shelves over the toilet add much needed storage space, but don’t take up any precious room.
Lighting used: Elk 72021-1
Warm Wood Finishes
Adding a touch of natural wood makes this bathroom come alive. The round mirror and wall sconces also bring in some more organic shapes, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Lighting used: Minka P931-084
White on white can at first seem a bit institutional, but by adding just a tiny bit of green through a plant, this bathroom looks clean and airy. It’s also a great example of using lighting sources at the side of the mirror as opposed to above for more even light distribution.
Lighting used: Z-Lite 442MP-WH
Two slightly different yet matching pendants were used in the center of the vanity to divide the two sink areas. The reflection in the mirror amplifies the cluster, making it look larger than it actually is.
A great way to make your room look bigger is to float your furniture. As a bonus, cleaning becomes much easier!
Lighting used: Artcraft JA14021BK
Playing with Patterns
Just as in fashion, mixing patterns is encouraged in home design. The simple hexagonal floor tiles plays well with the subtle wall pattern without any competition.
Lighting used: Artcraft AC10590VB
Whether you are renovating, building new or just dreaming, remember that bathrooms can be both beautiful and utilitarian. If you need more lighting inspiration, check out more vanity lights here.