Shabby Bathroom? Make It Chic With These 5 Luxe Looks

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“When all else fails… take a bubble bath”

— Deb Strain

These looks are sure to inspire you to transform even the smallest and saddest of spaces into something else entirely. Here are the best bathrooms out there right now—and how to steal the look for yourself.

1. Single-panel walk-in shower

Looking to make your bathroom feel more modern and spacious? Now’s your chance, with this jaw-dropping, single-panel walk-in shower.

“This trend brings elegance and the illusion of space in a bathroom,” says designer Farris Wu, founder and CEO of DecorMatters. “Opening up the entrance to a shower increases the minimalism of the room, removing the need for curtains and other less visually appealing items. The structured style will make your bathroom look bigger, brighter, add a modern touch, and is extremely versatile in any bathroom style.”

Get the look: Shop this frameless fixed-glass panel.

2. Ombre tiling

Want your bathroom to look less bland and more Beyoncé? Add glamorous flair to your loo with some ombre tiling.

“This gorgeous trend, when used in the bathroom, adds a sparkling and elegant look,” says Wu. “This style has so much room for creativity, ranging from soft neutrals, bold and bright colors, to dramatic transitions of dark and light shades.

“Additionally, you can select from a broad range of patterns and materials,” Wu adds. “This instantly transforms your bathroom, adding flash and personality.”

Get the look: Shop the amazing collections from the TileBar to create your very own ombre look.

3. Pink tub

If you happen to have a tub that needs a makeover this season, then you’re going to love this look.

“Pink can be an intimidating color for some people, but when it’s used as an accent color, it adds personality and often elevates the space,” says Grace Tsao Mase, founder and CEO of BEYREP.

Fun fact: First lady Mamie Eisenhower popularized the color pink in powder rooms in the 1950s, when her husband was in the White House. She loved pink so much that the color was also known as Mamie Pink and First Lady Pink. She had a pink tub in her Gettysburg estate, which made way for a plethora of pink tubs in many American homes between 1946 and1962.

Get the look: Bring some vintage vibes into your home by refinishing your tub using this DIY guide and this shade of pink.

4. Modern farmhouse vanity

Already rocking the farmhouse look? Then you might just want to take it a step further with this modern farmhouse vanity.

Modern farmhouse is the perfect combination of cozy and homey elements fitting into a room with elegance and sophistication. For this style, we love seeing neutral-colored and natural material furniture, paired with modern materials such as marble, gold, and metal.

Get the look: Shop this double-bath console featuring reclaimed wood and lacquer.

5. All-blue powder room

Blue is so much more than a color—it’s a mood. And if you love baby blues as much as we do, you’re going to want to give this bold and beautiful look. Single-tone bathrooms can be difficult to pull off, but when the styling is thought through, it can be a showstopper in any home. An all-blue powder room is grounded by the chic white marble countertop and rustic gold fixtures. Rather than feeling dated, it feels classic; rather than feeling kitschy, it feels coastal. By choosing a lighter color, the room brightens up and becomes more useful for freshening up.

Get the look: Transform your bathroom into something baby blue-tiful with this Daleville shabby chic vanity or this deep-sea toile wallpaper.

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