Art In The Bathroom? For Sure!

Art belongs all over, not just in the living-room or the bedroom. Well embellished bathrooms frequently feature art of all kinds, depending upon the style of the restroom itself. From minimalist art to Impressionist prints (which are especially well-suited for the restroom area), it gives a sense of thoughtfulness and charm that can turn any bathroom from a purely practical space to someplace in which you eagerly anticipate spending quality time.

This beautiful restroom by Ben Pentreath, for instance, uses a black and white wallpaper covered with retro illustrations and lithographs for a retro, relaxing feel. The flowers and cups give a needed pop of color in this sea of black and white.

Soft Artwork For A Relaxing Bathroom

In the same vein as the previous image, this restroom corner, from Habitually Chic, uses all the readily available wall area to show all sort of art: framed images, hanging plates, and even some metal work.

It takes a great deal of thought to pick the best art that will all mesh in a single space like this, so selecting a theme, or at least a style, is essential. In this case, architectural art appears to control: towers and structures are shown in soft pencil drawings. The in proportion positioning likewise mirrors the nature of the structures themselves: the tower stands above the two low, long structures right below.

Bathroom With Art Work Focus

Art can be fantastic in large quantities if well picked, but it can also be incredible when you have only one, or a few, pieces of art for focus and design. This black, wild bathroom by House of Honey includes 4 related prints of flying balloons; combined with the animal carpet and luggage, it provides the area a fantastical travel theme.

Due to the fact that the background is black, the pale print pops out, together with the brilliant colors of the carpet. Black can be challenging to manage in a restroom due to the fact that of the size, however with lots of light and the ideal design devices, it can become something genuinely unique, as this example recommends.

White, Bright Bathroom With Monochrome Photo Art

You do not require a dark background to make art pop, either. This intense white bathroom by Monika Hibbs shows that art can show really well when integrated with other elements, for example hooks.

Here, the prints are large enough to cover all the width of the three towel hooks, and then some. The theme is beachy, seaside, however still stays black and white to match the rest of this intense and minimalist restroom. A carpet with simply a touch of color offers some warmth and convenience.

Traditional Bathroom With Portrait

Here is another example of how white can offer the best background for a single, focus piece of art. This restroom by Home of Hawkes is all white and soft fabrics, in addition to painted shipslap on the tub siding, and painted hardwood floor. The portrait, set on the side of the tub (not hanged), immediately draws in the eye and provides a sense of motion to the area because of its position off to the side.

If you want to keep your restroom more very little, a single, big piece of art is the best option. It doesn’t clutter your space, and you can feature something that has special meaning or merely fits the space you’re attempting to create.

Art Gallery Bathroom

Most of the examples we have actually seen up until now have been on the more feminine side of style, however this restroom by Habitually Chic leans more on the masculine side. The off-white background, the intriguing table-turned-vanity, and the 19th century photos and paintings of different guys offers us the distinct impression of a gentleman’s bathroom.

The placement of the images is primarily balanced and set up in columns, but discover the small crookedness of some of the frames, which gives the area a human, more untidy side. Whether it was intended, it works to make the area less organized and more improvised.

Retro Restroom With Big Chinoiserie Art

Many intriguing things can be noted about this retro bathroom, discovered on DecorPad. The wainscotting gives it a traditional feel and completely frames the space for a freestanding tub with ornamental legs. However, the large piece of Chinoiserie art brings everything together.

The cream background for the painting echoes the paint on the wainscotting, and the pale blue ink complements the shade. The Chinoiserie design returns the Victorian era, and we get a certain retro feel thanks to the tub and the chandelier. The painting has a width similar to that of the tub, which keeps the proportions balanced.

White Marble Restroom With Off-Centre Art

Fans of graphic art can utilize a more minimalist design to highlight their tastes, as this style from DPages shows. A concrete flooring and white marble backsplash supply a neutral background on which to display visually intriguing features, like the curves of the tub or the large mirror.

However what draws in attention here is the off-centre art, which is primarily black and white graphic art. The off-centre position makes the space look more spontaneous and gives it some life, which minimalistic areas typically lack. The choice of subtle, small pieces of art lets you appreciate the entire effect instead of focus on a single frame.

Victorian Restroom With Parisian Design

This Victorian-style bathroom by Aston Matthews sits somewhere between highlighted art and a gallery. 7 images– cityscapes and flowers, all colorful and Impressionistic in style– were carefully selected and then hung on the walls. The entire feels “thrown together”, a hallmark of great Parisian style. Other than absolutely nothing in this space in haphazard; it just provides the impression that it is.

As in the gentleman’s bathroom above, the frames are not quite hung precisely directly, giving this space the very same kind of spontaneous energy, other than with more colors. The aqua and plum color contrast brings out the information of the art. A dainty lace bath rug and a colorful woven carpet on the lower level add womanly design and energy.