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25 Blue Bathrooms That Really Inspire
Blue is perhaps the most popular color when it comes to home renovations. Why so? It’s universal – it fits any style, it’s peaceful and comfortable, this color is very soothing unless you take super neon shades. Blue is a very natural color for all kinds of rooms, from kitchens to home offices but today I’m sharing blue bathrooms, and I’m sure you’ll love them!
Shades And Color Schemes
First of all, decide what shade of blue you like – navy, royal blue, light blue, pale blue, neon blue? When the main decision is taken, you can choose a style that you are going to use, though most of homeowners will choose the same style as all around to make the spaces cohesive, I’d say that a bathroom is relatively small and you can get the style that you have always wanted to try, for example, boho.
What colors and shades to pair blue with? First of all, neutrals that are sure to refresh the space a lot. Second, these can be various warm metallics to create a contrast and bring more chic – brass and gold are your choice, though copper will be nice, too. If you want a moody bathroom, go for graphite gray and black, and if you want a colorful space, bright shades are your choice.
a bathroom clad with deep blue subway tiles, a neutral ceiling and floor and a floating vanity
a bathroom with navy subway tiles, a white ceiling and white furniture and appliances for a contrast
a beach bathroom clad with bright blue tiles, with wicker touches and baskets for a stronger coastal feel
a beautiful blue attic bathroom with skylights and windows, a shower space and a bathtub plus touches of wood
a bold blue tile bathroom with a built-in tub, a wooden vanity and a printed shower curtain
a bright bathroom with a bold blue accent tile, Dolmatin print tile, touches of gold and a wooden vanity
a bright blue bathroom clad with hexagon tiles and highlighted with gold touches for more chic
a chic contemporary bathroom with a blue printed tile accent wall, a neutral tub and walls, a wooden table and a potted plant
a coastal bathroom with white walls, navy and white mosaic tiles, navy vanities and touches of wicker
a contemporary powder room with a blue tile herringbone wall and polka dot tiles plus pendant lamps
a deep blue bathroom fully clad with subway tiles, a white tub and neutral fixtures for a chic look
How To Incorporate
A completely blue bathroom isn’t a very frequent thing but if you feel like it -just do it! If not, you can elegantly incorporate your blues in various ways without going all blue. These can be walls, floors, tiles in the shower space or even furniture and nothing else – if you go for too much blue, it won’t stand out a lot. Take a look at some ideas below and enjoy!
a minimalist bathroom clad with navy subway tiles and accented with white grout and items is extra bold
a navy bathroom clad with beadboards, with grey tiles, a white tub in vintage style and a couple of windows
a neutral bathroom with light blue furniture, white marble, white hex tiles and a large mirror in a wooden frame
a refined bathroom with blue herringbone clad tiles, a chic sink on a stand, sconces and brass touches
a refined navy powder room with a marble vanity, a crystal chandelier, gold touches and a neutral tile floor
a royal blue painted bathroom with a neutral shower space,a tub and a vintage chandelier
a shower space done with blue marble tiles and touches of gold looks just jar-dropping
a simple and welcoming bathroom fully clad with royal blue mosaic tiles that make a throwback to the 70s
a stylish light blue bathroom clad with subway tiles, a vintage wooden vanity and a mirror in a wooden frame
a super bright blue bathroom with subway tiles, mosaic hex tiles on the floor and a wooden stool
a vintage-inspired bathroom with bold blue Zellige tiles, a vintage radiator and bathtub, brass touches
a vintage-inspired bright blue bathroom with a vintage sink and touches of gold here and there
a watery blue bathroom fully clad with tiles and touches of neutral metallics for a chic and shiny look
a white bathroom with pale blue walls, a mirrored vanity, and a herringbone tile floor pattern