This bathroom shows how the simplest touches can pretty up a space for the holidays. Here, a mini tree pairs with accents like a pom-pom garland, a reindeer and a snowflake for decor that's elegant and subtle.
In this guest bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2013, two simple iron sconces illuminate the vanity top, clad in natural quartz. Nickel-plated knobs lend a touch of shimmer, and a bouquet of white cymbidium orchids with tacca leaves provide a subtle nod to island decor.
This spare bathroom feels simple and serene thanks to minimal decor and soft, neutral walls. A chrome towel rack waits just outside the glass shower and ensures the owners don't have to go far for their essentials.
A marble floor gets a modern twist with an intricate tiling pattern in this master suite bathroom. The rest of the decor is kept simple and understated to allow the floor to receive it's due attention.
If the countertops are in good condition and a neutral color, a simple bright tray can really jazz things up. Designer Jennifer Foster redid this 1990s builder bathroom for a client who did not want childish decor that her two sons would soon outgrow. The red metal tray fits with the primary colors in the pictures of Matchbox cars hanging on nearby walls, which Foster’s husband photographed specifically for the space.
The lower charcoal gray section of the two tone walls adds texture and color to the simple design of this bathroom. A mounted oval mirror and black and white hand towels finish the vanity space. Coastal shadow box displays add depth and decor to the room.
Quirky, colorful book cover wallpaper makes a major statement in this small bathroom. Simple decor, like thin brass wall sconces, a wooden mirror and white marble vanity, balance the bold paperback pattern.
This particular style of décor isn’t just a trendy look to emulate, it also happens to be a a really healthy mindset, as well. Keep it as simple as possible, using only things that are absolutely necessary or have personal meaning for you. You don’t need a lot of STUFF. A clutter-free bathroom equals a clutter-free mind, or at least that’s what we think is happening here and we really like it.