Ready for Valentine’s Day: Bold Red Bathrooms Take Center Stage

traditional-powder-roomBarenz Builders

Make your bathroom your home’s hidden gem with a vivid new shade of red. When designing bathrooms and closets, my number one goal is to make it seem like a jewelry box – filled with glitz, glam, and color! Make sure to showcase your new hue at its best – focus on proper lighting and use lacquered surfaces, chandeliers, glass and mirrors to best reflect color and add a sparkle to your finished product!

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Younique Designs

This bathroom used a vintage-style red wallpaper and paired it with my favorite pattern – a tortoise mirror! Just fabulous!

Patrick Designs

A quartz countertop makes this powder room seem like a tiny, hidden cave. Two wall chandeliers on each side add to the ambience and create a mysterious wave of romance.

red valentines flower wallpaper eclectic-bathroomErnesto Garcia

If you already have existing white floor tiles in your bathroom, you are in luck! Leave the floor and focus on easier updates to match your new wall color such as chrome hardware and a new countertop.

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Patrick Designs

Black and red is bold and demanding, but this designer managed to set it off with a wooden vanity, a oversized mirror, and most importantly, lots and lots of light.

SV Design

Soften up a fierce red with textured lighting fixtures like this flower petal motif chandelier. The Moroccan style mirror also adds a little fun and sense of relaxation to the overall look. If you like the look of a simple, minimalist styled bath, BPM Bathrooms in London have a stunning show room I visited last weekend. Simple and clean styles work great and require a lot less upgrades and cleaning.

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Tineke Triggs

Stuck with a sloped ceiling? Match the color of your wallpaper and paint it the same shade instead of wallpapering it. This way, you can seamlessly break up your wallpaper and wrap the whole room together, perfectly.

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Patrick Designs