We spend the most time in our bathrooms, so it makes sense to make them relaxing places. Modern toilets, vanities, and bathtubs come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet the needs and budgets of many different people. Using decorative dispensers and shelves can add color and storage to a room’s design. Lighting is an important part of designing a bathroom retreat because it can completely change the mood of a room. These 51 modern bathroom designs feature high-quality toilets, furniture, faucets, accessories, and moody lighting.
Gallery for 51 Modern Bathroom Design Ideas Plus Tips On How To Accessorize Yours
1. Automatic touch-free soap dispenser 2. Luxury toilet paper holder 3. Menu pedal trash bin 4. Modern faucet 5. Copper ventilated laundry basket 6. Bamboo vanity accessory set 7. Luxury chandelier 8. Golden plant stand 9. Golden glass bathroom sink | 52 |.
Love to while away the hours in a hammock? There’s a bath design for that too! | Visualizer: Mohanad Al Homsi.
Employ double use furniture. A bench seat is a great place to pile clean towels as well as to sit. | Visualizer: Elena Sedova.
Bathroom mats provide a soft place to stand in bare feet. These ones look like little patches of grass growing right out of the floor. | Visualizer: Ogovio.
A custom cut shelf around a pedestal basin gives the piece an entirely new look. | Designer: Ahmed Morsy.
Keep the floor area looking spacious with a wall mounted vanity and towel storage combo. It will make the area easier to clean too. | Visualizer: J Lozgar.
Add in some new lighting to update a bathroom shelving unit. Also, dress and accessorise the shelves like you would in a main living space rather than cramming them with random toiletries – keep that for the concealed storage space. | Visualizer: Le Khanh.
Colour block your cabinetry and sanitaryware. | Visualizer: INNOI Design.
A swing arm lamp makes an interesting vanity light. | Visualizer: Nika Vorotyntseva.
Seek out an extraordinary toilet. It takes a moment to register this smooth pebble shaped installation as a toilet at all. | Visualizer: Archiplastica.
Another bathroom geared toward the youngsters in the home, though this time an elegant modern chandelier adds in some style to please the grown ups too. | Visualizer: Maria Papko.
Even the smallest of spaces can look chic and elegant, like this understair shower room. Look at how the wood floor treatment continues up the vanity wall to unite the space. | Visualizer: Studio Horizont.
Don’t like the look of flush plates? Camouflage it. | Visualizer: RUDA Studio.
Overlapping, interlocking elements create flow. | Visualizer: Daria Babii.
Got ducting? Then you’ve got yourself an industrial bathroom. Don’t try to conceal the workings behind a wall – make them your muse. | Visualizer: Christopher Czerwinski.
Install a light beneath the bath panel to give it a floating effect. This one runs around in a complete L-shape with the vanity unit. | Visualizer: Muhammed Ali Jouhar.
Metallics and mirrors create a luxe modern effect. | Visualizer: Evgeniy Zhdanov.
Kids bathrooms can be a challenge to get right. Traditional bathrooms are not the stuff that kids dreams are made of – in fact, it’s really hard to get them in there most of the time! Use bright colours and cute character accessories to get them running to take a bath and brush their teeth! Who could resist turning on a banana yellow faucett anyway? | Visualizer: Evgeniy Zhdanov.
Dream up a special place. This modern slipper bath floats on a dreamy bed of twinkly lights. | Visualizer: Vanilla Studio.
Consolidate your bathroom and utility needs in one combined space. | Visualizer: Roman Valeev.
Don’t get hung up on being too “matchy-matchy” with your bathroom sanitaryware. This black vessel basin looks divine on the dark vanity wall, whilst a white toilet works great on the adjacent wall. | Visualizer: Ahmed Ibrahim.
You might not think that toilet cistern boxing is the optimum place for a feature wall, but hey – if it works, it works. The typographic bathroom wall decor completes the look. | Visualizer: Alexander Muraveiko.
A slick vanity unit could be all that’s needed to give an existing tired bathroom design a modern pick-me-up. | Visualizer: Mark Hunter.
Add in colourful modern bathroom accessories, like this set of green lotion and soap dispensers, soap tray and wall mounted toilet brush. | Visualizer: Muhammed Ali Jouhar.
Dial up the drama with an all black paint job–or wall tiles–and a backlit vanity mirror. Be sure to keep all the cabinetry and towel heaters black too. | Visualizer: Igor Sirotov.
If copper is your cup of tea, then let it overspill into your bathroom. This traditional style roll top copper bath and modern copper pedestal sinks make a deluxe team. Smooth grey tiled walls counteract the heat of the shiny copper tone. | Visualizer: Maria Guminilovych.
Play with scale and shape in your bathroom. There are vanity mirrors, and then there’s THIS: One giant round mirror spans the width of two pedestal sinks; it also plays on their unique cylindrical design. | Visualizer: Stanislav Kaminskyi.
Another stunning feature wall – this time accompanied by a live edge vanity shelf to create a breathtaking modern rustic bathroom. | Visualizer: S.Hotvianskyi & М.Temnikov.
Use concrete to add industrial edge to your modern bathroom design. A concrete bathroom may sound like a harsh look, but introducing curvaceous furniture, warming wood tone and indoor plants will soften the look. | Visualizer: Joana Santos Ferreira.
Textured feature walls transform an average space. This same bathroom scheme without the extruding stone wall would still look nice for sure, but it would have nowhere near the same wow factor. Be sure to add focussed lighting to really accentuate the installation. | Visualizer: Silvia Saez.
…Pushing the black theme a lot further gives a strong and solid look. | Visualizer: Petrenko Arsentiy.
If you do go for an all white scheme, be sure to add some base notes to beef it up. Black framework and faucets cut through this plain white bathroom to add interest… | Visualizer: Mohamed Mousa.
Sanitaryware isn’t always white. Get a load of these amazing primary yellow facilities! Their hard edged linear design gives the bathroom a cool Mondrian style. | Visualizer: Z.Design architecture.
Apply a border of colour to unite the elements of the room as one, like these red tiles and matching cabinets. | Visualizer: Slava Korchagin.
Break down the boundaries with an open plan ensuite bathroom. Many modern master bedroom designs now feature bathroom facilities with no dividing wall. It’s also en vogue to link the ensuite with a deluxe walk-in closet/dressing room. | Designer: Philippe Starck.
Cut up the space with sections of contrasting tile colour. The contrast tricks the eye into seeing a bigger space. | Visualizer: Ekaterina Domracheva.
You can colour with light too – in fact, colour-changing LEDs offer you the opportunity of changing your colour scheme on a whim, and at the single touch of a button. | Visualizer: Rome Srebranets.
Don’t be shy with colour. Bathrooms do not have to be the most colourless room in the house! Check out this pink and green decor for inspiration. A pink vanity sings off a green leafy print backdrop, whilst the pink bath stands on a green tile floor. The modern open fireplace is worth a special mention too – imagine the hours soaking in that tub watching the dancing flames. | Visualizer: TOTL Studio.
Another pink offering – this time looking pristine in pastel pink and pale grey. | Visualizer: Angelica Andreichenko.
Vertical gardens are a great option for those who aren’t blessed with a garden view, nor have space for an internal courtyard. | Visualizer: Martin Krizan.
Create a focal point with wall planters. These circular wall mounted planters pattern a plain white section of the room. The living greenery brings a freshness to the decor scheme, and balances out a colourful border of tiles. | Visualizer: Pavel Mihalenok.
You can plant a small garden right inside your bathroom too. | Visualizer: Studio Saxe.
Sliding doors opening onto a courtyard not only makes you feel closer to nature but also provides great bathroom ventilation. | Visualizer: VisEngine.
Create a terrace bathroom to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. | Visualizer: Serghei Ambros.
If you want to incorporate botanicals into your scheme then how about a planter that’s integrated right into the vanity unit countertop? | Visualizer: Mia Design Studio.
Plant a bathroom courtyard. Walling off a little courtyard area outside floor to ceiling windows gives you a garden view without worrying about privacy. | Visualizer: ONLY studio.
It’s all about the atmospheric glow. Even the simplest, coldest looking bathroom schemes can be given a special cosy glow by installing perimeter lighting. Be sure to fully recess LED strips for a clean and subtle effect. | Visualizer: Andrey Korniychuk.
Don’t cling to the borders. Typical bathroom layouts place all of the facilities neatly against the walls of the room – but what if you created an extra internal wall? By building up a solid dividing wall across the shower, and placing the bathtub against the other side of it, entirely new zoning is achieved. | Visualizer: Oleg Kucher.
Placing a bathroom basin at window doesn’t mean you have to miss out on a vanity mirror. Mirrors can also be ceiling mounted, or suspended on a horizontal bar across the window pane. | Visualizer: ONI Render.
Spend a night on the tiles. If you love to linger in the tub at the end of your day then make it the focal point of the room. Make a pretty path to your bubble bath out of some terrific tiles, like these colourful patterned ones. Continue the tile path up the wall behind the tub too, to give it a real sense of grandeur. | Visualizer: Gabriela Krawczyk.
Bathe on a bed of pebbles. Many modern luxury bathrooms have adopted this idea of placing the bathtub atop a bed of pebbles. The natural stone works well with a botanical theme and wooden elements. | Visualizer: Nataliya Yahela.
Don’t have a bathtub to put on the pebbles? No worries, a patch of pebbles under the vanity works well too. | Visualizer: Amr Abdeen.