RL Picks: Top 8 Tropical Bathrooms
Wooden details and rustic touches create a nature-inspired feel in these private spaces
Most bathrooms are plain, boring, and completely devoid of character. In fact, these spaces usually look the same in every home. However, the right decorating choices can give any bathroom a warm and cozy feel.
You can draw inspiration from nature when designing this private space. For more ideas on how to bring in the beauty of the outdoors, here are some of our favorite tropical bathrooms:
For an airy and breezy feel, the bathroom also has few partitions to separate the toilet and shower area. There is also an outdoor bathroom with a shower and a bathtub surrounded by bamboo and potted plants.
In the bathroom, intricately-carved wooden dividers were used as doors—concealing the his-and-her toilets.
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To make the bathroom look more spacious, the space has an open layout. The shower is only separated from the rest of the area by a clear glass enclosure. Another unique addition is the polished hardwood used for the floors.
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The bathroom is defined by a cool neutral color scheme with elegant gray tones. To balance the cold look, a wooden door and pedestal were used for the space.
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For a rustic, organic feel in the bathroom, the space is filled with weathered wood. A wooden ceiling treatment completes the look.
The master bath is furnished with a floating wooden countertop and matching wood-framed bathtub. The window opens to reveal the Japanese-inspired bamboo fence downstairs, adding to the tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.
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The bathroom is accessible from two rooms because of parallel doors. Installing doors on both sides of the room is a practical solution for homes with limited space.
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Interior designer Louis Luna converted the unused veranda into an en suite bathroom. The sleek and streamlined effect of matte gray tiles and gleaming glass and silver finishes is complemented by wooden pieces, potted plants, and pebbles used as ground cover.
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