The minimalist aesthetic is very pleasing and calming on the eye and is therefore a great style by which to design a bathroom scheme. Simplistic lines lend themselves to a clean environment and being in an uncluttered space is perfect for starting the day with a clear head, or to unwind in before sleep. Since we’re enjoying the minimalist aesthetic here and not the lifestyle per se, we can also add a dash of luxury to proceedings. We’re not attempting to subtract every detail that does not have a clear and intentional use, or pushing back against a bit of bathroom bling. There can be minimalist luxury bathrooms as well…
A simple yet attractive bathroom vanity light can be all the adornment that is needed in a minimalist bathroom, but a few small potted plants and neatly rolled towels help things along nicely too.
Indoor plants add a lot of life to a minimalist bathroom without adding unnecessary clutter.
You don’t have to hide away everything in minimalist bathrooms but there should be dedicated areas to hold toiletries, like this recessed wooden cubby.
Indoor plants soften the simple lines of minimalist bathroom designs.
With so many glossy surfaces in this white bathroom, a rattan and a concrete planter add a little welcome texture.
A stark scheme other than a single letterbox of light and accessories.
This understated bathroom holds a dedicated utility zone.
Contemporary minimalist bathrooms have high visual impact despite their lack of accessories. The cube shape of this WC and basin is unexpected and unique.
Pictures of minimalist bathrooms often show everything hidden away, but how about these smoked glass doors that reveal the shower, the machines in a utility closet and a huge store of toilet tissue rolls!
Minimalist futuristic design bathrooms can be a little confusing on the eye as you figure out just exactly what’s what…
At first glance this minimalist room holds nothing but a wooden towel rack, before we notice a pure white shower head and standpipes, a white radiator and a low floating shelf holding soap and lotion dispensers.
A straight walk through shower is a great fit for simple minimalist bathrooms.
This bathroom colour scheme transitions through three shades of the same hue to add interest.
Modern minimalist bathrooms can be a practical family space.
A spa-like feel can be created in luxury minimalist bathrooms with the addition of natural elements.
Small minimalist bathrooms are possible too, you don’t have to have a sprawling amount of empty space to achieve the right aesthetic.
LED strip lighting works well to accentuate detail.
This fresh green and white decor is a refreshing take on the theme.
You can even have minimalist black bathrooms. A little succulent planter adds a perfect pop of brightness.
Pure white minimalist modern bathrooms do continue to thrive in popularity though, like this one with a slightly quirky upturned hat shape basin.
Creating diy minimalist bathrooms? Introducing sections of beige to an all white space could add the warmth you’ve been looking for without overly complicating a carefully curated design. These work beautifully with light blonde wood accents and warm white LED strip lighting.
Small rustic minimalist bathrooms can benefit from a sharp little pop of colour, like the acid yellow stripe made by these tiles. The colour is an unusual but successful companion for the rustic wood cabinet fronts that are finished with leather strap handles.