We all love to have a look at someone else’s house, and when thinking about redesigning your bathroom it’s great to look at what other people have done with theirs. Luckily the rise of the blogging world has given us all the opportunity to satisfy our curiosity and find inspiration from the many interior design blogs now available. While blogs dedicated solely to bathroom design are scarce, lots of great interior design blogs have sections devoted to bathrooms. Here is our pick of the best blogs for bathroom design inspiration.
This website is a cornucopia of ideas for stylish modern living – from food to travel, and of course incredible interiors. The blog features a mix of tips for budding interior designers and sneaky peeks inside some of the most stylish homes, mostly in USA but also across the world. While it doesn’t have a dedicated section for bathrooms, you can easily search the blog for ideas – or start with this fantastic post featuring some seriously stunning bathrooms.
Back on our side of the Atlantic, this blog seeks to bring together the best of British when it comes to interior design. The brainchild of London-based Natalia Alexandrou, this is a great place to find homegrown inspiration. The bathroom section includes handy hints about designing your bathroom as well as ideas for small-scale renovations and reorganisations to bring new life to the room.
This blog is perfect for you if you prefer uncluttered, minimalist styles. Brooklyn-based creator Maxwell Ryan is committed to providing people with ways of making their homes simple and streamlined yet still luxurious. The bathroom category includes some amazing renovations, tips on latest trends and suggestions for making the most of your space. As the site is mainly devoted to apartments, it is particularly good to visit if you are short on space – although some of the homes featured are far more grandiose than British flats tend to be!
From minimalist chic to bohemian style – Moon to Moon brings together eclectic and exotic interior design ideas from across the web. The blog was created when the author, Gabi, couldn’t find any blogs dedicated to her tastes in interior design and so it is a great choice if you prefer more unconventional and worldly styles. The bathrooms featured on the blog draw inspiration from across the globe and will help you create a truly unique room.
Run by sisters Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman who are based in Midwest America, A Beautiful Mess is not just about interiors – it’s a whole lifestyle blog with inspiration for every part of your life. This makes the batroom section an exciting mix of design tips, DIY projects and crafty ideas to really personalise the room to your tastes. From bath bomb recipes to bathroom makeovers, this blog covers pretty much everything you need to fully enjoy a good soak!
Here’s an interior blog with a twist – Retro Renovation is a must for vintage lovers as it guides you through the process of transforming your home into a time warp! While this is an American blog, and so some products may be unavailable in the UK, it is nevertheless a great source of inspiration if you are interested in ‘re-dating’ your mid-century home. Their bathroom help category has some fabulously kitsch design ideas while also going over safety aspects associated with using vintage bathroom furniture.
As you might guess from the name, this UK-based blog is dedicated to the use of colour, and combines interiors with other aspects of art and design as well as looking at culture more broadly. Affiliated with, but not solely a promotion for, paint company Farrow & Ball, this site will inspire you to use colour confidently around your home, including in your bathroom.
Finally, we’re hopping back over the pond for Phoenix-based interior designer Jenny Komenda’s blog which promises to deliver ‘Adventures in Design’. While bringing in other aspects of art and life, this blog focusses largely on interiors, and the images of lavishly designed rooms are to die for. The bathroom section is filled with great ideas on how to transform your bathroom into a den of luxury – and even how to take photos of the end result!