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    5 Dramatic Looks Guaranteed To Make Your Bathroom Instagram-Worthy

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    There are bathroom designs, and then there are bathroom designs—innovative and impactful looks that go above and beyond any bathroom we’ve ever seen. And this week we are bringing them directly to you.

    Like we always do, we scrolled through hundreds of posts on Instagram to find the most popular decor, this time with a view to the loo. And right now, “drama” seems to be the decor mantra du jour.

    With dark and sumptuous wallpaper and stunning romantic extras, this week will give you more than a few inspired ideas to take your bathroom out of its pandemic phase, and into the realm of magazine-style interiors. Here are five bathroom looks that are quite simply beyond.

    1. Window mirror

    Is your bathroom looking a little dark and gloomy these days? Then bring in some light with a window mirror like this one from @stacyzaringoldberg.

    “There is no design law written that you must have a plain mirror in your bathroom,” says Michelle Harrison-McAllister of Michelle Harrison Design. “This one mirrors the look of a window and brings a touch of the old world to your box-size restroom.”

    The unexpected piece is a conversation starter that could spark your guests’ memories of past European vacations.

    Get the look: Shop this Barnett metal mirror from Overstock to bring that old-world charm into your bathroom.

    2. Terra-cotta everything

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    I haven’t posted in almost a week because I’ve been working really hard on the snug room makeover. Hoping to show you some of what I’ve been doing over the next couple of days. As much as I’m excited for cosy nights in watching films in there, I’ll miss the garden massively over autumn/winter. Does anyone else feel like that? ☀️ ☹️ . . . . . . . . . . #bathroom #bathroomdecor #bathroominsoo #bathroomsofinstagram #terracottapaint #sumatranmelody4 #cinammonsprinkle #stencilledfloor #stencilling #bohemianvintage #colourfulinteriors #colourfulhome #bohemianbathroom #apartmenttherapy #interior4u #bathroomgoals #pinkbathroom #whitewalls #interiorismo #interiormilk #bathroomflooring #cornerofmyhome

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    Although pink is very much still having its moment, there’s also a new rosy hue in town—and we’re seeing it on everything, like on this door and tiling featured by @iamhayleystuart.

    “Terra cotta has been around for quite some time, making it a comforting color,” says designer Amy Peltier of Peltier Interiors. “This space works well paired with the softer blush tones of the cabinet.”

    Many Spanish-style homes have also embraced terra-cotta floors of late because they’re traditional but also work with modern schemes, Peltier adds. In fact, the red-brown hue was even Sherwin-Williams’ color of the year in 2019.

    Get the look: Grab a can of Cavern Clay by Sherwin-Williams, and put some desert rose vibes in your bathroom.

    3. Dark ‘jungalow’ walls

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    Dark and dramatic bathroom goals belonging to @ferns_and_filigree. 🖤There’s not a single detail that we don’t love in this maximalist design and we think our Witch & Watchman Folia Wallpaper – Dark completes the design perfectly! Thanks for sharing your beautiful home with us @ferns_and_filigree 🖤 . . . #darkbathroom #darkbath #darkbathrooms #bathrooms #bathroomsofinstagram #bathroomdesign #bathroomrenovation #darkinteriors #mydarkhome #myeclecticspace #maximalistinteriors #maximalist #myeclectichome #myeclecticmix #bathroomvanity #bathroomtile #tilefloors #tiledesign #rockettstgeorge #rockettstgeorgestyle #iloverockettstgeorge #makeeverythingbeautiful #surroundyourselfwiththethingsyoulove

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    Bathrooms are a great place to experiment with a little drama, and nothing gets the job right quite like this dark “jungalow” (“jungle” and “bungalow”) wallpaper featured by @ferns_and_filigree.

    “Dark colors are back,” says Brenna Morgan of Brenna Morgan Interiors. “But we haven’t lost our love of botanicals, and this trend is a perfect mix of the two. Dark jungalow wallpaper can really make a statement in a small space like a powder room.”

    Get the look: Set the mood with this Ashford House Fiji Garden wallpaper from DecoratorsBest.

    4. Wall-mounted faucets

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    When a clean bathroom looks like a great Friday night. 💙 Design: @studiomcgee Photo: @lucycall We’ve posted this before, but some things are worth repeating. Still in love with this #smcaliforniatraditional home by @studiomcgee. They used the Katie sconce by @visualcomfortco in bronze and paired it with brass plumbing + @benjaminmoore’s Polaris Blue on the cabinetry. And for anyone who has a tough time mixing metals (myself included), they’re showing us how it’s done – matching hardware to your light fixture and doing a contrasting color on your plumbing creates an effortless, layered effect that when combined with your own personal touches (baskets, accessories, towels, etc) really blends and creates a cohesive space. Wishing everyone a beautiful weekend! ✨

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    When your faucets are as flashy and artsy as these ones from @mmlighting, they deserve their own wall space.

    “Wall-mounted faucets are an awesome design trend that will level up your bathroom game,” says Morgan. “Wall-mounted faucets take up less precious countertop real estate in a bathroom and add a little element of surprise.

    “Faucets and fixtures are the jewelry of the bathroom, so make it count,” she adds.

    Get the look: Find the perfect statement for your bathroom by shopping this collection of wall-mount faucets from Lowe’s.

    5. Dresser vanities

    Why have a boring vanity when you could have your sink tucked inside a gorgeous vintage-style dresser? This dresser sink from @thesassybarn is giving us all the decor feels.

    “My vintage-loving heart is a big fan of dressers as sink bases,” says Morgan. “Mostly because the sky’s the limit on the configuration of the vanity, and if you find a dresser or chest of drawers that you love from a vintage store or consignment shop, a skilled tradesman can make it into a vanity for you.”

    Get the look: Start scouring local antiques shops, or take a shortcut by shopping this collection of dresser sinks from Etsy.

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