Don't forget to incorporate plants and greenery in the bathroom. The asymmetrical nature of growing things (in design lingo this is called fractal) will help offset the bathroom's many right angles and straight lines.
A small space, like this powder room, can be a fun place to try out bold colors or patterns. Here, green leafy wallpaper gives the space jungle fever and is imaginatively contrasted by the reds and yellows of the rug.
Every powder room should have the exotic lushness of a rainforest! Green, palm-covered wallpaper does the trick here; that it's only on the upper half of the wall keeps the space from being overwhelmed by jungle fever.
Bold Orange Tropical Wallpaper in Bathroom With Pearl Framed Mirror, Sliding Glass Door Shower and Traditional White Vanity
The bright orange patterned wallpaper is the shining star in this bathroom design. The mirror, featuring a pearl frame, is mounted above a traditional white vanity with dark neutral countertop matching the floor tiles. Glass sliding doors enclose the white shower with rainfall shower head.
Beige porcelain tile lines the floor and shower walls of this master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2013. White accents and tropical decor create a classic beach look. A frosted glass door encases the room's water closet, offering privacy and a contrast to adjacent clear glass doors.
Tropical Style Bathroom Featuring Single Vanity with Rough-hewn Marble Top
Imagine a resort in the tropics: This bathroom would fit right in! Natural fiber wallpaper sets the stage for a room that brings the outdoors in. The single vanity's counter is spectacular, fashioned from a large, rough-hewn slab of marble. The vanity itself is spacious and echoes that tropical feel.
Eye-catching pedestal sinks and wall-mounted fixtures strike a contemporary note in one of the home's four bathrooms. Crisp white curtains and dark-stained paneling keep the tropical aesthetic in tact.
The natural bamboo floor and wicker tub surround gives this bathroom a unique cabana style. Wall niches provide space for a built-in vanity with a wicker backsplash and a dresser while plantation shutters provide privacy from the backyard.