Subway Tile Bathroom

Kate Lester Interiors via Home Bunch. Kate Lester Interiors via Home Bunch

?The simplicity of subway tile is one of the reasons why it’s so popular these days. This classic bathroom decor is simple, clean, practical, and welcoming. It’s the perfect style for a guest bathroom, or a bathroom used by the whole family.
Bathroom with octagon and dot flooring by Kate Lester Interiors, via Home Bunch

Small Bathroom With Soaking Tub

Toronto Interior Design Group via Houzz

Small space doesn’t mean you can’t get the luxuries of a well-appointed bathroom. This small but practical bathroom features a small soaking tub, a rainfall shower, and a clever glass panel to replace the shower curtain.
Contemporary bathroom by Toronto Interior Design Group, via Houzz

Mediterranean Bathroom With Gold Tile

Oxa Architecture via Decor Pad

The Old World style of this Mediterranean bathroom comes from its gorgeous floor and wall tiles, and large framed mirror. With a touch of contemporary inspiration from the feathered pendant light and the simple, clean vanity, this bathroom has a unique style all its own.
Mediterranean Style Bathroom with Oval Silver Mirror by OXA Architecture via Decor Pad

Rustic Bathroom With Barrel Sink

Mecraftsman

Give your bathroom a bit of a Wild West style with a sink embedded in a barrel. The rest of the room–pebble floor, stressed wood accessories, brushed bronze–all work together to make this rustic bathroom something to remember.
Rustic bathroom on Mecraftsman

Eclectic Bathroom With Antique Rug

Mike Kelley via Houzz

What really pulls this bathroom together? If you say “the rug”, you’re right. Without it, the bathroom would have a streamlined modern look. With it, it has a personal and eclectic quality that brings it a step above.
Bath with antique rug by Mike Kelley via Houzz