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The Allure of a Traditional Bathroom Design


Traditional bathrooms have such a luxuriating, regal feel to them, it’s no wonder traditional bathroom design is so popular in luxury homes. Envelop yourself in a classic design or consider adding a touch of contemporary to your traditional space. We show you how to do both in a way that not only works but will result in a space you’ll love and won’t want to keep private!

Soft but not Simple

traditional bathroom design with powder bluevia

White is the primary color in many traditional bathrooms. This one includes and ever-so-soft powder blue on the walls and ceiling. Heavy crown moldings, a traditional fixture and decorative details define this classical space.

Peek into the Past

traditioanl bathroom design with dark wood cabinetryvia Beautiful Habitat

A rich, dark wood vanity contrasts nicely with the marble countertop, floors and shower tile. A graceful chrome fixture complements the lighting and other details of the room. The feature wall tile in this guest bathroom is an over-sized contemporary version of a classical tile pattern. See more bathroom inspiration ideas.

Update on a Period Look

traditional bathroom design with contemporary tub


Ultra-traditional fixtures, — check out that high-tank toilet — sinks, chandelier and marble tile work create the classic vibe in this space. A contemporary take on a classic tub style brings this room into the 21st century.

Soften the Look

traditional bathroom design with fabric window treatments


While traditional bathroom design is elegant and graceful, a plethora of marble can sometimes come off as cold. Warm up the space with fabric window coverings instead of blinds. Here, two styles of coverings in the same fabric provide variety while tying the design together.

Go Glam

contemporary bathroom design with bright cabinetry


Fundamental traditional elements such as cabinetry design and marble tile are present in the bathroom design. However, they are taken up a notch! Emerald green looks amazing on these traditional cabinets contrasted with contemporary brass pulls. A herringbone pattern creates a beautiful, yet subtle backsplash from the countertop to the ceiling.

Going Gray

traditional bathroom design with gray


Gray is such a hot hue right now. Along with the glass shower walls and fun light fixtures, it’s a great way to pull a contemporary vide into this lively traditional bathroom. Marble, traditional fixtures and moldings and trim blend the past with the present.

Let’s reimagine your bathroom together.