White is the most common color when it comes to decorating the bathroom. Through their imagery archives, Architectural Digest shows us how to leave the white color behind and to get inspired with a range of hot bathroom colors ideas.
In fact, the bright and bold colors can add an extra style and helps personalizing the bathroom area. In this archive, AD unveils a gathering of images that feature vivid wall paint, splashy mosaic tile, and eye-catching patterns in shades ranging from soothing pastels to daring jewel tones to adventurous primaries.
Take a look how to improve your bath decor with this incredible 15 images fully of inspiration:
Red Bisazza tile lines a bath of a São Paulo home designed by the Campana brothers; the light fixtures are by Konstantin Grcic for Flos, and the vanity, sink, and fittings are by Antonio Lupi.
A Nina Campbell for Osborne & Little wallpaper lines a bath at the Spanish villa of designer Lorenzo Castillo; the mirror is 17th-century Spanish, and the portraits date from the 17th and 19th centuries.
An antique French chandelier, walls glazed in Benjamin Moore’s At Sea, and Fortuny fabrics enliven the master bath of jewelry designer Elizabeth Locke’sVirginia home, which was decorated by Alison Martin.
One of the baths in an 18th-century Marrakech riad features green walls and a tiled tub.
At an Adirondacks home by architecture firm Shope Reno Wharton, designer Thom Filicia employed a navy-and-red motif in the guest bath.
At a handsome Georgian-style house in Richmond, Virginia, designer Bunny Williams used wallpaper by Peter Fasano and a 19th-century French iron-and-marble sink from Treillage to decorate a bath.
Designer Kelly Wearstler clad this Beverly Hills bath with pink, white, and black inlaid-marble walls.
The bath of Easton Neston’s Empress Suite—named in honor of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, who rented the estate in 1876—is anchored by a marble tub with Lefroy Brooks fittings.
Olson Kundig Architects and designer Terry Hunziker collaborated on a boldly geometric oceanfront retreat in Los Cabos, Mexico, whose master bath features a Caesarstone counter.
In the master bath of his New York City apartment, designer Jamie Drake covered the Venetian-plaster walls in Benjamin Moore’s Perky Peach.
Decorator Miles Redd punched up a young family’s Connecticut residence with snappy colors, including this blue-and-white stripe in the master bath.
With turquoise walls and sapphire-striped floors, the provocative Milan penthouse of Fiat heir and globe-trotting entrepreneur Lapo Elkann features a master bath with artworks by Damien Hirst (left) and Olimpia Ferrari. Also, Yuri Dojc’s photograph is the one above the bathtub, it is a photograph from his renowned project Last Folio.