17 Amazing Modern Bathroom Interior Design & Decor Ideas

Discover our exclusive collection of modern bathroom design and decor ideas. Find all home inspiration photos in one place: luxury and rustic styles, small space saving tips.

Clean lines

Make your bathroom ultra modern with a lot of straight, clean, minimal lines. White, grey and black always look good together and I love how these three tones provide contrast. In this bathroom, the clear shower screen with the black windowed lines adds a dramatic feature while matching nicely with the mirror edge, tap fittings and towel rail.

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Make sure everything fits

This is one of the most important things. We tend to go overboard when we start a remodel, a lot of things we like might not be the perfect fit for our bathroom, but we still go ahead and buy them and try to figure out the layout afterwards. This is why it is so important that we take measurements first, make out a detailed layout and then and only then start our shopping. Everything from the size of your shower and washing machine to the depth of your shelving matters so as to create a perfect space that won’t feel too crowded nor will it lack in functionality.

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Mid-Century Modern Style

Mid-century modern design is defined as the architectural, furniture, graphic and interior style of the mid-19th century (1933-1965). The mid-century modern look is made up of geometric shapes, natural colors and straight lines. Bathroom fixtures and furniture is great place to start when designing your modern bathroom.Create a focal point by placing a modern chair in the corner or even a small sofa. Look for patterns and colors that fit mid-century style. You can also find this style used in modern bathroom faucets, showerheads, mirrors and other bathroom hardware.

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Monochrome Mosaic Tile

Perforated black panels are a recurring theme throughout this renovated home from architecture firm Carter Williamson. Despite the dark color palette, the home is still able to find plenty of light. The bathroom echoes the monochromatic style of the rest of the house, and features an asymmetric pitched roof.

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Minimal Spa Bathroom

Sometimes the essence of luxury isn’t in abundance but in the absence of what is not necessary. This bathroom with lots of open space is a great example of getting that spa feel with only what is needed. A simple freestanding tub, a classic marble countertop, and a refinished chandelier give this space all the character it needs.

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