Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Next IMAGE 1 OF 17 Perfect Blue Aqua Bliss Simply Twilight Aqua Stonework Antique Feel Classic Space Mirrored Beauty Muted Turquoise Soft Blue Stormy Hue Victorian Vibe Blue as the Sky Gray Meets Blue Blue Delight Elegant Floral Crisp Periwinkle Pale Blue Perfect Blue Though the whole world is wrapped in soothing cerulean sky and vibrant teal ocean, most cultures only pinned a name on blue after they had named the rest or the colors on the spectrum. That’s probably because it’s so ever present, it can almost escape notice. Which is why blue is also a wonderfully calming color—not in your face, just there. Perfect for the place where you most want peace and quiet: the bathroom. We here at This Old House happen to love blue bathrooms. And we do see a lot of them; it’s probably the most common bathroom color out there. So if you’re thinking of going azure, indigo, sapphire or robin’s egg in your favorite washroom, we’ve picked out some of our favorites to give you inspiration. Pages12345…next ›last »
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Boldly Blue  Designer Megan Winters asked the homeowner to choose the color palette for her new house in Lake Forest, Illinois. “Navy blue is my favorite color,” says Julie Eckert. “But, I said, ‘It’s hard.’ Her response? ‘Don’t worry; I’ll get it.’ And she did.” Thanks to Winters’ expertise, Julie’s favored blue-and-white palette connects every room. In the master bath, navy blue accents pop against white walls and polished statuary-marble flooring—especially the Roman Shades made from “Slendang” ikat patterned linen from Nobilis. Gilded étagères and custom mirrors inject glamor.  Designer: Megan Winters Tour this new home dressed in navy and indigo.
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Designer Megan Winters asked the homeowner to choose the color palette for her new house in Lake Forest, Illinois. “Navy blue is my favorite color,” says Julie Eckert. “But, I said, ‘It’s hard.’ Her response? ‘Don’t worry; I’ll get it.’ And she did.” Thanks to Winters’ expertise, Julie’s favored blue-and-white palette connects every room. In the master bath, navy blue accents pop against white walls and polished statuary-marble flooring—especially the Roman Shades made from “Slendang” ikat patterned linen from Nobilis. Gilded étagères and custom mirrors inject glamor. 
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Love to decorate with blue? We do, too. Especially when it’s paired with white to transform a run-of-the-mill bathroom into a crisp, clean oasis. But don’t think that all blue-and-white lavs look the same. We’ve gathered some of our favorite master baths, guest baths, and powder rooms to show that blue and white can do everything from contemporary to Country French. Keep clicking and see for yourself. Designer Kriste Michelini infused warmth into her home’s clean-lined master bath by choosing a concrete trough sink in glowing chambray blue. The walls are clad in David Hicks geometric hexagon wallpaper from Cole & Sons. The fixtures are by Dornbracht.    Designer: Kriste Michelini Visit this family-friendly California home.
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Perfect Blue Though the whole world is wrapped in soothing cerulean sky and vibrant teal ocean, most cultures only pinned a name on blue after they had named the rest or the colors on the spectrum. That’s probably because it’s so ever present, it can almost escape notice. Which is why blue is also a wonderfully calming color—not in your face, just there. Perfect for the place where you most want peace and quiet: the bathroom. We here at This Old House happen to love blue bathrooms. And we do see a lot of them; it’s probably the most common bathroom color out there. So if you’re thinking of going azure, indigo, sapphire or robin’s egg in your favorite washroom, we’ve picked out some of our favorites to give you inspiration.
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Love to decorate with blue? We do, too. Especially when it’s paired with white to transform a run-of-the-mill bathroom into a crisp, clean oasis. But don’t think that all blue-and-white lavs look the same. We’ve gathered some of our favorite master baths, guest baths, and powder rooms to show that blue and white can do everything from contemporary to Country French. Keep clicking and see for yourself.
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Seaworthy Stripes Interior designers Susan Anthony and Maureen Wright used creative details to visually enlarge this 6×7-foot guest bathroom while celebrating the homeowners’ love of the color blue. Their first decision? Wrapping the room in horizontal ribbons of blue and white subway tiles. “We chose a soft, pretty hue that’s reminiscent of the nearby sea,” Anthony says. Plus, a glass shower enclosure allows bathers to see the stripes from every vantage point. “They appear to go on and on, encouraging your eye to keep moving and making the bathroom feel bigger than it really is,” she says. See a closer view of the vanity area on the next slide. Designers: Susan Anthony and Maureen Wright Check out our favorite blue bedrooms.
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Navy Blue And White Bathroom

Though the whole world is wrapped in soothing cerulean sky and vibrant teal ocean, most cultures only pinned a name on blue after they had named the rest or the colors on the spectrum. That’s probably because it’s so ever present, it can almost escape notice. Which is why blue is also a wonderfully calming color—not in your face, just there. Perfect for the place where you most want peace and quiet: the bathroom. We here at This Old House happen to love blue bathrooms. And we do see a lot of them; it’s probably the most common bathroom color out there. So if you’re thinking of going azure, indigo, sapphire or robin’s egg in your favorite washroom, we’ve picked out some of our favorites to give you inspiration.
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Interior designers Susan Anthony and Maureen Wright used creative details to visually enlarge this 6×7-foot guest bathroom while celebrating the homeowners’ love of the color blue. Their first decision? Wrapping the room in horizontal ribbons of blue and white subway tiles. “We chose a soft, pretty hue that’s reminiscent of the nearby sea,” Anthony says. Plus, a glass shower enclosure allows bathers to see the stripes from every vantage point. “They appear to go on and on, encouraging your eye to keep moving and making the bathroom feel bigger than it really is,” she says. See a closer view of the vanity area on the next slide.
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Chip and Joanna reconfigured and opened up the bathroom, stealing space from an adjacent linen closet. They also gave it a whole new look with painted shiplap, white subway tile and rich navy wall paint.
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Mood Indigo Jane Brown dreamed of making her master bath a watery oasis, a response to delightful summer vacations at Lake Michigan. So designer Andrea Schumacher chose indigo-patterned drapes and bold blue tiles to bring the essence of water into the space. Carrara marble surfaces create a polished framework for the splashes of blue. A Murano-inspired chandelier draws attention to the sculptural white tub below. The finished space delivers on the color scheme’s promise of tranquility. “It’s hard to keep my daughter and son out of there, and even the dog has used it,” Jane says. “Lucky for me, the door has a lock.” See a tile detail on the next slide. Designer: Andrea Schumacher Experience indigo blue, a decorating classic. 
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Whisper of Blue While much of this Florida vacation home focuses on entertaining, the master suite offers a luxurious retreat. The suite’s relaxed vibe starts with its color palette—part of the homeowners’ desire to reflect the beauty of Florida’s Gulf Coast without overt beach references. “I kept it neutral and monochromatic and chose the same shade of blue for the bathroom walls as for the bedroom ceiling,” says designer Mary McWilliams. White cabinetry with polished-nickel pulls offers a subtle contrast. See this room’s tub area on the next slide. Designers: Mary McWilliams and Kenson Bates Check out this elegant vacation home.
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Breezy in Blue In this historic Atlanta home, slanted walls and ceilings set the stage for a precocious powder room clad in an exuberant ocean blue-and-white ikat paper from Thibaut. “Using something so patterned camouflaged the angles and eaves more than if we’d painted,” says designer Heather Dewberry. Classic white fixtures and woodwork provide moments of calm. Designers: Heather Dewberry, Will Huff, and Beth Barfield Tour the rest of this Buckhead home
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If you’re in the mood for color, don’t be afraid to add it to the walls. Be daring and thoughtful with your approach. In this bathroom, one wall gets mosaic tiles; the other gets a coat of navy paint. If your palette flows together, the space will feel cohesive.
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Left Arrow Right Arrow 9 of 16 Grid View See All Case of the Blues If you’re in the mood for color, don’t be afraid to add it to the walls. Be daring and thoughtful with your approach. In this bathroom, one wall gets mosaic tiles; the other gets a coat of navy paint. If your palette flows together, the space will feel cohesive.

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