There are many ways you can add personality to your bathroom – gone are the days of the simple white walls and crisp suite. Whether you are going all out with a brightly coloured suite (those 70s’ avocado loos are trending again – yes, that’s right!), a pale canvas with accents of bold colour or you are creating a statement wall behind a roll top bath or playing around with colour and pattern on your floor, I’ve gathered my top 10 amazing colourful bathroom ideas. Question is: do you dare to go bold?
Highlight a single wall in a bright shade – such as this cool yellow in the scheme above – and team with neutral wood tones or simple white for a smart look. This sunken bath looks so inviting. Pops of bright colour can change an otherwise simple and plain white bathroom. These contemporary radiators from Bisque make a bold and fresh statement.
Bisque’s electric towel radiators are all rated IPX4 or above. Shown are the Decorative Panel designs in the custom Sun Yellow and Steel Blue colours, priced £1058 each, excluding the towel rail.
Consider switching up classic white sanitary-ware for something bold – and how about this black and gold toilet and bidet? Definitely not for everyone but the gold finish is fit for royalty.
Aston Matthews wall-hung WC is priced £1490 and the bidet £1170 in black ceramic with a gold exterior.
Just a splash of colour is all you need. Take this traditional sink with classic wall panelling painted in a bright mustard tone and perfect with that gorgeous antique-style wallpaper.
Pooky‘s bathroom collection is just as cool and quirky as their other ranges. Hazel wall light in glass with swan-neck fitting in brass, £114.
It’s all about the black frames, which contrast sharply with these pastel shades of the aqua wall tiles and grey flooring. Complimented perfectly with touches of gold. I’ve got such a soft spot for a tile and this range of hexagonal tiles from Bert & May makes this bathroom scheme my favourite.
Bespoke 8mm-thick shower screen, for similar, try Matki. Encaustic hexagonal green wall tiles and the grey floor tiles, both from Bert & May.
This striking utilitarian-themed space features a mixer tap and towel rail in contemporary matt black – so striking against the white basin and soft blue tiled wall.
Britton Bathrooms’ Hoxton collection features hard-wearing taps, towel rails, and mixers. Shown here: Hoxton basin mixer, £159, and towel ring, £55, both in matt black.
Pair wall tiles in a deep colour with patterned floor tiles for a bright and eye catching wet room. Tiles are a great way to achieve a high-end look for less especially if you opt for porcelain. I love this luxurious scheme which feels really textured and innovative. Find more tips on buying tiles here.
This wall features Claybrook’s Metro Deco glazed ceramic tiles in Penn Station, £44 per sq m.
Patterned tiles are still a huge trend. Choose a bold and interesting pattern that you love on the floor and pair this with simple walls to create a sanctuary with bags of personality that is still family friendly.
Marble is so versatile – it oozes modern luxury and you can pair it with pretty much any colour. I love this modern Memphis-inspired colour palette. The coral sink is such a focal point against the marble.
Marble-effect Kingston collection from Gemini Tiles. Kingston Brillo wall tile, £34.99 per sq m, and the Kingston floor tile, £44.99 per sq m.
Metallics in a bathroom, especially paired with dark shades like charcoal, create a grown-up luxurious feel. I love this spacious built in vanity unit in gold and look at all that storage space too.
3831 Contemporary three-hole basin mixer set with crosshead handles in Satin Brass, priced from £749.40, Perrin & Rowe
Use paneling around your fitted bath for a truly built-in look. Then add a bright paint to add personality to the walls. This sunshine yellow shade would certainly wake me up in the morning!
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