We hide the bathroom behind counters, half-walls and privacy glass, and even close it up at a tiny little space all its own. When we can not hide it, we attempt to disguise it beneath fluffy pink seat and tank covers — ugh!
However, what if we took another approach and attribute it rather? Plunking a candle at the surface of the tank and slapping a tiny picture of seashells over it just will not cut it. I am speaking about carrying through precisely the same flair for design which you employ to the rest of your toilet. Listed below are 19 beautifully designed spaces for the bathroom.
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
When choosing where to place a stunning tile mosaic, why don’t you think about the wall from the bathroom? This ultracontemporary and minimalist bathroom style is the perfect foil to the exuberant dance of colors in the mosaic.
The bold, red tile behind this modern wall-mounted bathroom takes attention to this area and generates artistic interest. So often, a toilet has beautiful tile around the dressing table and shower, but it completely fizzles from the bathroom area. However, this designer transported the subject all the way through this toilet, end up with a complete and balanced look.
Employing accent tile and a minimalist wall-mounted toilet is a terrific way to create a feature instead of an eyesore.
Tip: Square toilets are no issue for some and very uncomfortable for many others. I find it is not the right front edge that’s the issue. In the end, we sit on dining seats with a front edge all the time. Instead, I think it is how sharp the corner over the edge is. So, if you’re considering one of them, for the love of Pete put on some shorts and sit before you buy it!
Barker O’Donoghue Master Builders
Toilets come in all shapes and styles, so select one which matches your space. This tall, slim one is great for its tall, slim niche.
A box-shape wall-mounted bathroom looks similar to a minibench compared to a bathroom. The feel of the tile on the accent wall is a real attention grabber, and niches over the bathroom in exactly the same width tie it into as part of the plan element.
The accent tile heads across the ground and wraps up the wall for a solid architectural look. I believe the smooth, round shape of the bathroom is a nice contrast to the straight lines in the rest of the bathroom. The bathroom is based at the most powerful design element inside the room.
Laura Burton Interiors
Wall-mounted toilets are not the only ones which work nicely as a design component. This model sits on the ground, but its simple cylindrical shape gives it the look of a stool. This bathroom does have a market solely for the bathroom, but the style of the bathroom and the pretty mirror elevate it to the status of a throne room. Sorry, could not resist the pun.
Another bathroom market is treated to a beautiful accent wall at the back and a pendant lamp over. Adding some nice art makes a pleasant environment. And why don’t you? You may be here for a while.
Andre Couture Coloriste Decorateur
I really like that the designer chosen an attractively curved one-piece bathroom like the form of the base sink. The strong lines of the shelf holding the stunning botanical structure match the expression of the mirror frame. It is a really integrated design.
Savio & Rupa Interior Concepts (Bangalore)
In this spacious wet-room-style toilet, the custom made tile behind the bathroom produces a strong focal point for the space.
Mark English Architects, AIA
This whole bathroom is gorgeous! See several views of it. However, I feel the designer pulled all the stops from the area inhabited by the wall-mounted toilet and bidet. This live-edge wood floor meeting up with all the tile is so beautiful, I can barely take my eyes from it.
Kirsten Marie Inc, KMI
In this space, notice how the base of the bathroom and the cap of the tank seem very much like the molding inside the room. This traditional style is ideal for this bathroom’s décor. The wall market with decorative accents and an orchid make a beautiful sight.
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
And also this squared-off tank works nicely with the squared form of the integrated sink and counter tops. It is also quite modern, just appropriate for the style of this toilet.
The golden colour of the exposed plumbing on this bathroom is ideal for the conventional style of the decorative metalwork on the wall and other accents in the room.
I just can not envision a much better choice for the style and colour of this toilet when it’s paired with this stunning rock pedestal sink.
Tracy Stone AIA
This gleaming stainless bathroom is a real standout from the timber walls and flooring.
The matte black colour of this toilet and bidet is ideal from the matte black-tile accent wall.
Choosing a low-slung one-piece bathroom exactly the same elevation as the tub prevents it from breaking the strong horizontal line produced by the bathtub and its own reflection from the mirror behind the bathroom.
What can be more Zen than the egg contours of the toilet and bidet in this minimalist toilet? I believe they do much more than just complement the style of the space — they set it.
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