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Sunshine Cove Waterfront on a 218m2 block
Sunshine Cove Waterfront on a 218m2 block
J Co Constructions
Design ideas for a beach style bathroom in Sunshine Coast.
South Yarra Terrace House
South Yarra Terrace House
de.arch
Tatjana Plitt
Small contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with a freestanding tub, an open shower, gray tile, marble, porcelain floors, an integrated sink, solid surface benchtops, grey floor, an open shower, white benchtops, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and grey walls.
Hamptons Inspired Knock-down Rebuild
Hamptons Inspired Knock-down Rebuild
W Residential
Design ideas for a beach style bathroom in Central Coast.
The Astaire
The Astaire
Broadway Homes
This is an example of a contemporary bathroom in Perth with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, a freestanding tub, a double shower, beige tile, gray tile, a drop-in sink, grey floor, a hinged shower door and grey benchtops.
Rosslyn Park Bathroom
Rosslyn Park Bathroom
Creative Home Renovations
Contemporary bathroom in Adelaide with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, a drop-in tub, white walls, a console sink, grey floor and white benchtops.
Sherwood Project
Sherwood Project
Popham Interiors
Inspiration for a large contemporary master bathroom in Brisbane with a freestanding tub, ceramic tile, ceramic floors, grey floor and black tile.
Round Backlit Mirror LED Halo
Round Backlit Mirror LED Halo
Clearlight Designs
1200mm Round LED Mirror
This is an example of a contemporary bathroom in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, white tile, a vessel sink, grey floor and grey benchtops.
Preston Point Rd
Preston Point Rd
Ecolectic Homes
Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Perth.
Malvern House
Malvern House
Eliza Blair Architecture
Photo of a contemporary bathroom in Melbourne.
The Lyons Project
The Lyons Project
Studio 187
Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Canberra - Queanbeyan with white tile, white walls, a vessel sink, wood benchtops, white floor and brown benchtops.
Fairfield.2
Fairfield.2
Excelsior Master Builder
Emma Cross
Photo of a contemporary bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a drop-in tub, a curbless shower, gray tile, grey walls, black floor, an open shower and grey benchtops.
Cooroy Project
Cooroy Project
McLachlan Homes
Photo of a contemporary master bathroom in Sunshine Coast with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, gray tile, grey walls, a drop-in sink, engineered quartz benchtops, grey floor, white benchtops, a double vanity and a floating vanity.
The Palm Springs
The Palm Springs
Oswald Homes
This is an example of a contemporary master bathroom in Perth with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a drop-in tub, gray tile, white walls, a drop-in sink, grey floor and white benchtops.
Heritage Listed Norwood House
Heritage Listed Norwood House
Bohdan Dorniak & Co. Pty Ltd
A highlight window was included to allow daylight to enter an existing dark hallway. The shaving cabinet is semi-recessed.
Inspiration for a large contemporary master bathroom in Adelaide with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white tile, porcelain floors, a drop-in sink, wood benchtops, grey floor, a floating vanity, subway tile, white walls, brown benchtops and a double vanity.
Contemporary Retro 1970's
Contemporary Retro 1970's
Green Room Interiors
Cosy Bathroom
This is an example of a small contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, an open shower, a one-piece toilet, gray tile, porcelain tile, grey walls, porcelain floors, a vessel sink, wood benchtops, grey floor, an open shower, a niche, a single vanity and a floating vanity.
Red Hill Bach Pad
Red Hill Bach Pad
Maytree Studios
Bathroom renovation in the existing cottage includes large Louvre windows looking out to the poinciana three. Bright blue tiles speak back to the feature blue pops throughout the house. Tapware in gunmetal grey.
Rhythmic House
Rhythmic House
Kitty Lee Architecture
Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with light wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, white tile, gray tile, ceramic tile, white walls, porcelain floors, grey floor, a double vanity, a floating vanity, flat-panel cabinets, a console sink and white benchtops.
Canning Vale Bathroom Renovation
Canning Vale Bathroom Renovation
On The Ball Bathrooms
Wet Room Bathroom, Wet Room Renovations, Open Shower Dark Bathroom, Dark Bathroom, Dark Grey Bathrooms, Bricked Bath In Shower Area, Matte Black On Grey Background, Walk In Shower, Wall Hung White Vanity
Roscommon House
Roscommon House
Neil Cownie Architect Pty Ltd
The master ensuite finishes carry through from the rest of the house to provide a sense of warmth to the bathroom. The timber ceiling conceals acoustic insulation. The mirrors open to reveal shelving.
Penthouse
Penthouse
Michelle Chiu Photography
Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, a freestanding tub, gray tile, a vessel sink, grey floor, grey benchtops, a double vanity and a floating vanity.
If you’re looking for bathroom ideas, look no further than Houzz. Our image gallery brings you a large range of photos with inspiration for your viewing pleasure, and not only that - you can also save your ideas in ideabooks and find the professional that has done the job. When planning your bathroom design or update, start by collecting images of designs you like and take it from there.

Whether you are designing your bathroom from scratch, redesigning, updating or simply decorating, you’ll be sure to find ideas for every possible scenario. And once you're ready, you can find the architect and/or builder to get the job done. But let’s start with the bathroom design basics.

How to Plan Your Bathroom Design


A good bathroom design brings together beauty and functionality. It reflects your personality in its style, colours, fittings and fixtures, but serves your needs to a tee both when you’re getting ready for work in the morning and when you want to wind down in your bathtub after a long day.

1 Collect Bathroom Ideas to Decide on Your Layout


Firstly, consider your space. Is it rectangular or are you working with a long, narrow room? This will determine how many wet walls you can accommodate, and if a bathtub can fit. For example, in a narrow room a freestanding bathtub may not work, and a one-wall layout that lines up shower, toilet and vanity on the same wall will make sense in most cases. (It’s also the most budget-friendly option in terms of plumbing). Maybe separate rooms for toilet and shower make sense? Maybe you want to work with a window above a bathtub or in the shower. You may live in an old house where you can keep some of the original character of the home, or you may be working with a small apartment space. All these considerations are vital in deciding on which layout will work best for you. Have a look at some popular ideas to get started.

2 Consider How You Use Your Bathroom


Once you’ve gathered some inspiration, have a think about who is using the room, and how they will be using it. A single guy needs a lot less storage than a teenage girl, and a family bathroom may need to consider elderly family members. Making your bathroom wheelchair accessible could save you thousands down the line. You may also want to accommodate a washer and dryer in the bathroom, since it’s where clothes are taken off frequently.

Also consider safety and cleaning. Ensure no-one will slip and hurt themselves, and consider that many little tiles will make for many little nooks for grime to accumulate, whereas big surfaces like a sink that is integrated with the vanity counter, or a big mirror will make wiping down the surface much easier than having sinks sitting on top or an intricately designed mirror.

3 Your Style Determines The Colours and Fixtures You Choose


When looking at bathroom photos on Houzz, you’ll probably lean towards a certain style pretty soon. Are you into rustic charm, modern beach house style or a mix of styles? This will determine if you opt for whites, greys and blues or if you go for dark cabinets, black floor tiles or bronze fixtures. Specifically, you want to consider:

Tiling


Are you going to tile floors and walls? There’s so many possibilities, from your choice of tile to how they are laid. If you’re budget conscious, you may want to consider a wallpaper or paint for certain areas. A simple grey tile can make room for other elements to shine, while mosaics or a subway tile can make a great feature wall.

Lighting


Lighting doesn’t only look pretty, but can impact your bathroom experience significantly. The mirror is a special area you want to light well, so that you don’t miss any hair when shaving or can apply that perfect line to your eye.

Furniture & Fixtures


Pay attention to how colours of cabinets and floor can impact a room. You may want to consider a wooden floor for something different and pair it with simple white vanity and cabinets, or you may want to go for the steampunk look with bronze tubes and black walls.

Consider what type of shower, bathtub (if any), toilet, sink and vanity you want. Maybe you have space for a generous spa with walk-in shower, or maybe you want a freestanding bath to be the feature of the room.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a bathroom renovation or are building a designer bathroom from scratch, Houzz has 1,967,840 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including On The Ball Bathrooms and Popham Interiors. Look through bathroom photos in different colours and styles and when you find a bathroom design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful bathroom ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.