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5 Tips for Doing All-White Bathroom Designs Well

By Danielle Miller

29 April 2017 3minutes

There are so many beautiful bathroom possibilities in all different hues, but for this blog, we are going to focus on white bathrooms. White bathrooms are a popular choice for many people, likely because many associate white with being modern and clean. On the other hand, many other people find all white bathrooms to be boring and stark. 

If you do like the all-white style bathroom, there are ways to design your bathroom to be interesting and stylish.  The key to designing an all-white bathroom is to pay attention to the details such as using materials with texture and being bold with accessories. On the other hand, an understated white bathroom can definitely veer toward cold and dull. 

We’ve put together a list of tips from these stunning bathrooms designed by MyHome to inspire your all-white bathroom redesign

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Tip #1: Change Your Vanity  

When designing your all-white bathroom, consider a fresh new vanity.  Vanities are the principal piece of your bathroom and a great way to add some chic color to your all-white bathroom.  A wood vanity will break up the all-white and by adding wood to your bathroom design, you will ground your space and give it an inviting and homey feel.

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Tip #2: Set the Tone with Your Faucet 

In the grand scheme of your bathroom design, the faucet seems like a trivial detail, but the faucet can set the tone for your design.  You will discover a wide selection of faucet choices to pick.  This choice will depend on if you prefer traditional chrome or something with a little more style such as bronze.  Most clients doing an all-white design choose chrome because chrome does compliment the white perfectly. 

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Tip #3: Use an Eye Catching Mirror

An ordinary rectangular mirror will unquestionably get the job done in your bathroom, but mirrors are such a gigantic part of our daily routines.  We hardly give the mirrors a second thought, but an attention-grabbing mirror can really change your entire design.

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well  

Tip #4: Design With Subway Tiles

 If you skim through any home magazine, you will surely find bathroom designs highlighting subway tiles. Subway tiles have a long reputation for being the tile design that goes with everything. Subway tiles never go out of style and they can be dressed up or down. 

By habit, subway tiles are installed in a brick pattern. Though this is an enduring design, you can always spice up your design by adding a fresh new twist. If you want to be daring, you can achieve a more contemporary and stylish design by stacking the tiles in a more linear design. You can also change the color of your grout that surrounds your tile which will give your subway tile design a bold look.

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Tip #5: Install a Mosaic Accent Wall

The prospects for selecting your tile palette in a bathroom can be flat out overwhelming and costly. One fantastic way to mix in a pricier tile is to use a box or two of pricier tiles as accents. One of the effective places to do this is in a shower stall.

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

Design Your All-White NYC Bathroom Well

All-white bathrooms can be a modern, clean style for your bathroom renovation. Use these five tips as inspiration to design your all-white bathroom well.

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We hope you found this bit of information helpful, inspiring, and motivating toward making plans to renovate your kitchen and bathroom.

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