When it comes to bathroom design, we've got inspiration in droves. From petite powder rooms to palatial master baths, we've seen it all. Take a browse through some of our favorite bathrooms and you'll surely find plenty of ideas for sprucing up your own.
Mirrors make a narrow bathroom in this Tuxedo Park, New York home look more spacious. The sink fittings are by , and the hamper is from .
Tiles by Original Style give a white and cerulean scheme a sleek twist in this Bordeaux, France bathroom designed by Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagra. The room also features candle lighting fixtures, and a 19th-century painted wrought-iron washbasin.
Lacquered oak veneer walls and a natural pine ceiling add richness to this contemporary bathroom in a Canadian lakeside retreat. It features a tub and fittings.
The dark window frame and flooring made of local brown stone give contrast to the all-over white of French designer Christian Liaigre's St. Barts beach home. The white sink and its fittings are by , and the shelves and steel-frame mirror were made by local craftsmen.
A Harry Bertoia sculpture hanging above the tub gives an artistic touch to the master bath of a Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Joe D'Urso.
The walls and floor, sheathed in Calacatta Viola marble, give drama to the bathroom of this laid-back New York City apartment. The vanity and tub are by , the fittings are by and the sconces are by .
Bold wallpaper from Secondhand Rosein adds a splashy pop of color to a New York City home decorated by interior designer Katie Ridder. The sconces are from Liza Sherman Antiques and the sink is custom-made.
This Northern California family home gives structure to a dainty bathroom with checkerboard-painted floorboards in . The tub is by , sink and fittings by and a painting by Hugo Guinness. The walls are painted in .
The powder room in this upstate New York ranch house features a black and white mural by and wainscoting painted in .
Designer takes rustic life to a new level of sophistication at young family’s horse farm outside Philadelphia. The tub in the master bath is by , the vanity is a custom design, the child’s chair is , the sconces are by , and the ceiling lights and tub fittings are by .
Designer Patrick Punty's Oakland bungalow skips patterned walls in favor of a dramatic ceiling covered in wallpaper. The bathroom sink is by , the faucet is by , and the bust of Napoleon is antique.
In designer Kevin Dumais mid-century modern Tribeca loft, the walls and floor are sheathed in white dolomite marble. The tub and fittings are by , the stool is from , and the artwork in the hallway is by .
For the master Katie Hackworth’s Medina, Washington home she utilizes clean subway tile with marble trim, a black-and-white clawfoot soaking tub, and industrial steel and glass doors to give a crisp look, adding a balance of color with cement floor tiles.in designer
An ornate custom-made mirror breaks up the clean lines of the guest bath in this home in Guadalajara, Mexico. The sink is by Alape with fittings by Dornbracht; the counter is Carrara marble.
Blue Bardiglio marble gives an ocean effect to the master bath of this Northern New Jersey home. The tub by Kohler has fittings by Dornbracht.
Ebonized white oak cabinets sit next to a chair and ottoman upholstered in a velvet by in Courteney Cox's California home,
California cool rules the day in the guest bathroom of this . The chair is upholstered in the California state flag, the sink and fittings are by , the custom wallcovering is by , and the door is painted in .
To make up for the limited storage space in Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei's Manhattan apartment, an cabinet lined with wallpaper was added. The sink and fittings are by , the mirror is by , the sconces are by and the wallpaper is by .
Ann Pyne, head of one of Americas oldest and most distinguished design firms, designed this petite bathroom for a Manhattan client used mirrors to make a small space look larger. A photograph by hangs above the bath.
The small bathroom of this Greenwich Village penthouse gets an outsized dose of character courtesy of etchings by . The tile and sink are original, while the ceiling light is by the .
In the master bath of an Art Deco pad in Chicago, the tub has fittings by ., the circa-1905 Viennese stool by Julius and Josef Herrmann is from , and the room is sheathed in Calacatta Capri, Grigio Carnico, and Belgian Black marbles; the abstract plaster sculpture is unsigned and from the 20th century.
The bathroom’s walls, shelves, and vanity in this Jaipur Farmhouse are sheathed in red Indian limestone plaster from Rajasthan. “It’s a very old, traditional technique that is easy to maintain,” says the home's owner, Siddharth Kasliwal. His father purchased the circa-1900 mirror from an antiques shop in Jodhpur.
The walls in the master bath of a Manhattan apartment belonging to PR maven Christina Juarez are sheathed in a wallpaper, available through . The stool is from , the white vase is from the , and the photograph reflected in the mirror is by Dariusz Klimczak.
In Andy Cohen's newly-renovated Manhattan duplex, the master bath’s tub is by . The sinks, fixtures, and sconces are by . The counter and window surround are in Statuary White marble. The wall and hexagonal floor tiles are by .
In the master bath of a French countryside duplex, floor-to-ceiling galvanized-iron bookshelves are accessible by way of a metal library ladder. The sculptures and paintings are by Astuguevieille.
The sink cabinet in the upstairs bath of John Robshaw's country house is from Syria, the shower curtain and rug are his own design, the sconce is by , and the 19th-century Spanish encaustic floor tiles are from Michael Trapp.
Amanda Seyfried's Catskills country house is filled with rustic decor, which extends into the stunning master bath. Inside, you'll find a custom vanity with fittings by the sconce is from , the floor tile is by , and the beadboard is painted in .
In the bathroom of this Swedish farmhouse, the vintage tub features fittings by Mora Armatur, and the floor is tiled with Carrara marble.