sneak peek: best of bathrooms


when pulling together this compilation of the best bathrooms i was shocked at how many great ones people have shared in their sneak peeks. bathrooms usually don’t get much attention or fanfare, but this post is devoted to one of the more intimate spaces in your home and different ways you can spruce up your space. and don’t miss the second bathroom post (going up tomorrow!) devoted to bathrooms with gorgeous clawfoot tubs! –anne

[image above: emmersonmade makes clean, simple white so pretty]

[image above: jessica helgerson interior design‘s pattern and color]

[image above: jill roberston of office‘s bathroom – because every bathroom deserves a ladder!]

[image above: sarah of cursive design shows how to have fun with hand-painted faux-wallpaper]

[image above: annie coggan‘s multiple mirrors]

CLICK HERE for 20 more beautiful bathrooms after the jump!

[image above: meredith kleinman‘s orla kiely inspired bathroom]

[image above: meredith kleinman‘s outdoor bathroom. swoon]

[image above: something’s hiding in here faux wood panels]

[image above: maria of vintage simple‘s clean white palette]

[image above: another jessica helgerson project]

[image above: eleanor grosch‘s bold green walls]

[image above: sabrina of hello lucky‘s art gallery tub]

yaling of flowie style incorporates her own fabric into her bathroom]

[image above: more classic white from the brooklyn home company]

[image above: jeremy mcelwain proves what a simple coat of paint and a fun shower curtain can do for a bathroom]

[image above: jill elliott sones’ of fossil polka dots and vintage sign make you smile]

[image above: beatrice peltre uses yellow towels to liven up the space]

[image above: lauren bradshaw proves that bathrooms don’t have to have light walls]

[image above: samantha of style/SWOON uses tile for pattern and texture]

[image above: who says you can’t put a chandelier in a bathroom? kelly teasley]

[image above: asia gwis‘s bathroom minimalism]

[image above: nina gotlieb‘s bathroom has a whole different feel]

[image above: nina of dwellstudio‘s color and pattern]

[image above: atypyk‘s fixtures go a long way]

[image above: nancy neil’s bathroom feels like any room of the house]

  1. These are absolutely superb Anne. Your work is so elegant. In love with your blog totally. The images you use are amazing!!!

  2. Lionel Reed says:


    It looks so pretty. All the pictures are so amazing in this blog. You did the fantastic job for bathroom renovations. All the best for future.


  3. john says:

    Thanks for sharing your thought with me i really appricate it & all the pictures are very good once again thanks for sharing your views

  4. Bailey Dunn says:

    Nina Gotlieb’s Bathroom is amazing! Loved the truffle-style shower curtain! The combination of black and white contrast, along with that shower curtain and wooden-style bathtub!

    Too dreamy for me!

  5. Martha Leonard says:

    I’m looking for a school that teaches you how to make bathtub, tiles and bathroom furniture.

  6. Chris says:

    I know what is it house of enki. quality of this products excellent.

  7. Daniel says:

    All designs look like dashing but I especially like Sarah of cursive & bold green walls design most, because of their unique design and color combinations

  8. Carol says:

    Carol November 1, 2016

    I love the use of colors in the bathrooms. Whether on the walls or with the accessories, it really makes the bathroom “Pop”

  9. LJTBathrooms says:

    All designs are amazing.Thanks for sharing your ideas.


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