Crisp, pure, and clean, a white-on-white environment can have an extremely powerful effect on the mind, clearing visual and mental clutter and paving the way to total relaxation. From flooring to fixtures to vanities and showers and tubs, a room drenched in white is calm and peaceful, whether it’s steeped in tradition or sleekly modern. No matter the size of your bathroom, white palettes invite in light for a blissful, spa-like atmosphere.
A Warm & Contemporary take on the White on White Bathroom
This relaxing bath retreat blends a palette of warm white shades for a casual, slightly country vibe that’s just right for relaxing. A marble floor feels cool on sun-warmed toes, and extends up the wall for a clean look with visual texture. Add spa-like luxury with a freestanding tub and spacious, accessible Sistine Stone shower, and you can skip the day spa in favor of your own perfectly private space.
Tips for a Traditional White Bath
Satin Nickel faucets add warmth and softness to the shower. tub and vanity plus crown molding’s lend strong Craftsman-style details.
- A room with several shades of white captures and reflects light in a unique way. Bright and refreshing in daylight, it glows with warmth at dusk.
- Rinse off under a rainhead, body sprays or a handshower, all controlled by a thermostatic shower system you can program exactly to your liking.
Adding gleaming metallic accents to an all-natural white bath is a great way to infuse glamour and sparkle. As with fashion, an easy way to get the look is with accessories—in this case mixing the satin faucet and light sconces with wood walls and trim, all against a brilliant white backdrop. A sleek framed mirror and a simple vessel sink inspired by classic elements create a focal point that ties the room together beautifully.
- Blend a variety of materials to keep an all-white room from looking sterile. Warm and Satin white fixtures and gloss white tiles look softer next to a painted wood vanity.
- For a subtle yet striking decorative touch that’s far from fussy, opt for a vessel-style sink with a simple design that shows off metallic fixtures.
- Add extra interest with low-key designer influences that don’t compete with the fixtures or sink, like a fur rug, vase of flowers, plants or an upholstered ottoman.