Mediterranean-styled rooms are beautiful and warm. Here is how to specifically design a Spanish bathroom. It’s easier than you might think!
Create a Dome.
Arches are a common element found in Spanish décor and they can make a bathroom gain some traditional charm. The dome area in the bathroom could be the perfect spot for a large mirror or a creative space that includes potted plants or candles to make it pretty.
Terra Cotta Tiles.
Bright tiles in the bathroom are a must-have! These prevent a Spanish bathroom from looking plain or boring, which is the last thing it should be. You can even mix ’n match different tile designs for a more eclectic style.
Get a Taste for the ’20s.
Wooden walls in the bathroom can sound odd, but they create a fashionable atmosphere. They can become a focal point of the bathroom, accentuating the warm aspect of Spanish design. Wood also works well with various colors, bringing a solid and earthy element to the fiery décor.
Darker Wooden Details.
Darker wood can be an appealing side to Spanish bathrooms, especially if you are designing a vintage room, so choose bathroom cabinets or wooden shutters in dark, polished wood. This calls to mind rural Spain but it can also work in a modern style.
Throw in Spice!
Don’t be afraid to make your bathroom a melting pot of many different colors – and not just when it comes to your tiling options. Earthy tones work especially well when designing a Spanish bathroom, but choose a few colors in bright shades for maximum impact. In the above image, the mix of blue, green, orange and yellow is a delight.
Mediterranean Marvel with Lighting.
A chandelier can be a great addition to a Mediterranean bathroom. It exudes class and creativity, making the bathroom feel like a sanctuary. Choose a modern or vintage fixture depending on the look you want.
Beam Me up!
Add exposed beams to the ceiling as a tricky way to draw attention upwards. Exposed beams also blend well with a statement chandelier to secure Spanish style in your home.