Burnt orange tile makes a bold statement in this traditional bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2010. A wide green stripe trails the wall, matching a whimsical mirror. Orange and white bath towels coordinate with the color scheme.
Classic white cabinets pair with black granite countertops and blue toile wallpaper for a sophisticated yet whimsical look in this kids' bathroom. A bold mirror and modern pendant lights pop against the elegant background.
Lead architect Patrick Ahearn designed the kids’ bathroom across the hallway from the kids’ bedroom for privacy and convenience. Cheerful décor continues throughout the bathroom through duplicated patterns and colors.
The fun, whimsical color palette continues from the kids' room into the bathroom. The large mirror reflects the colors in the space, making the bathroom appear larger, while a chic, modern vanity adds a touch of style that will grow up with the kids. Drawers provide storage, while a shelf gives the family easy access to linens and artwork finishes the space.
Many designers believe that every high-end space should have a few playful elements to add personality and whimsy. To add a lighthearted look to this black and white bathroom, a pair of iron robe hooks featuring male and female rabbit heads were installed on the subway tile wall.
Inspired by David Hockney's 1978 artwork" Swimming Pool with Reflection," designer Gregg De Meza created a whimsical bathroom for the young boy at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Street artist Jeremy Novy painted the bright yellow no-diving symbol, while a floating blue vanity and pooling mosaic tile on the floor invoke a sense of pool water.
This spacious bedroom has a decidedly global feel, with closet doors crafted from a blown-up photo the client acquired in Bangkok. A cork accent wall provides both a conversation piece and sound absorption, since the wall is shared with an upstairs bathroom. Casual textiles complement the unique artwork.
Inspired by art depicting a yellow diving board set above blue pool water, designer Gregg De Meza created a whimsical bathroom for the young boy at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Street artist Jeremy Novy created the bright yellow no diving symbol, while a floating blue vanity and pooling mosaic tile on the floor invoke a sense of pool water.
Traditional and modern elements are combined in this 1920s-era bathroom. The black-and-white tile is a nod to tradition, but the look is updated with a glass tile mosaic that features a whimsical message in pixilated type.
Powder rooms are an excellent space in which to go bold with design. The bathroom in this coastal New Hampshire home features bold, watery blue subway tile, which echoes other blue design elements used throughout the entire home. Exposed bulbs strung from a metal pole above the sink and toilet offer a playful look in the space.
A powder room in the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse bathroom space was inspired by the “Swan Lake” wallpaper by Nina Campbell for Osborne & Little. Designer Clary Bosbyshell said she wanted to pull out the hot pink colors as seen in the towels and flowers. The white plaster sconces are custom made by Julie Neill Designs.
Funky robot wallpaper sets the tone for a whimsical Tribeca nursery bathroom, while the streamlined pedestal sink and toilet bring contemporary style to the room. A sleek-lined mirror is functional and also helps to expand the space visually.
By cutting the center of the cabinet door fronts out with a jigsaw, painting the back panel fire engine red, then inserting chicken wire as decorative detail, the designer added both extra storage space and a high-energy focal point in this bathroom. Chalkboard-painted walls provide a perfect way to leave notes for guests.