Beach house bathrooms always make for a fun decorating project. As the typically smallest rooms in a home, they tend to be the least intimidating. And, because they’re removed from the living spaces, most homeowners feel more free to be creative and daring with their style. Below are some of our favorite examples and tips for styling a nautical bathroom.
To keep a bright space feeling light and clean, choose an accent color to use on the ceiling while keeping the walls and accessories white. Add a fun piece of art in your accent color to the wall.
An oversized driftwood mirror doubles as wall art above the tub, and is a great way to reflect light if your bathroom is lacking in windows.
It can be tempting to go overboard (no pun intended) with beachy accessories. Stick to one type of item repeated throughout the space. Repurposed buoys add a fun twist to this waterfront home’s bathroom.
In lieu of traditional vanity lights, add a nautical lantern on either side of your mirror. A patinaed onion light adds nautical flair without getting kitschy.
A weathered bench adds extra storage and charm to a bathroom.
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