(Image Source: Design by Studio McGee)I’m loving how this traditional bathroom design is very classic and glamorous. It feels like it could be in a luxurious metropolitan hotel. I’m taking note of the marble subway tile to the ceiling, beautiful trim work, glamorous silver hardware and fixtures, and the glass and mirrored niche. The hits of black decor and deep purple flowers only adds to the luxe feel.
(Image Source: via BHG)Um hello, can we talk about that amazing wall of marble? The pattern creates a stand out focal point. Yes, even bathrooms need focal points. The light fixtures and hardware are also glamorous and traditional in a classic way.
(Image Source: Design by Michael Whaley Interiors)White bathrooms are really popular right now, but espresso cabinets are still a classic choice. I love how clean the lines are in this bathroom and the classic hardware and fixtures. The gray and dark wood palette leans masculine but lends a contemporary look.
(Image Source: Dyna Contracting)Styled out niche over bathtub, check. Cute and chic lantern pendant light over tub, check. Lots of white, marble, and mirrors, triple check. Very classic.
(Image Source: Studio 511)I’m loving how the wallpaper pattern here is so subtle yet adds modern, graphic personality to this bath. The mix of cool tones like white and gray with warm tones like brass and tangerine are spot on. Makes for a modern, classic, and playful space.
(Image Source: 2Scale Architects)My heart beats for this bathroom. I can’t get over that marble tiled backsplash pattern to the ceiling and the soft palette. The warm tones from the espresso cabinets takes away the starkness of an all white bathroom. And isn’t it amazing how flowers can make a space? This space is feminine, modern, classic, and luxurious but not pretentious all at once.
(Image Source: Rebecca Loewke Interiors)If I had to sum up the design style I’m gravitating towards for the master bath it would be classic modern luxury. But you caught onto that already, right? Stay tuned for more details on my bathroom design plan! Update! Read about the project’s progress: Week 2 – Design Plan | Week 3 – Paint Color | Week 4 – Wallpaper | Week 5 – Marble Tile | Week 6 – The Reveal