20 Beautiful Blue Bathrooms – Blue Bathroom Design Ideas

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Sara Ligorria-Tramp

A few coats of paint can easily transform any room. That said, when it comes to bathrooms, many people stick with classic color schemes like clean whites, soft grays or timeless combos like black and white. But perhaps, nothing is quite as fitting as the color blue, often associated with calm and tranquility. For that reason, browse these inspiring blue bathrooms to give your space a spa-worthy upgrade.

From navy and baby blue to midnight and sky, there are a number of beautiful blues that you can incorporate into your bathroom’s design, whether big or small. Play up the feeling of relaxation in the already soothing space by painting the walls in a light blue or installing peel-and-stick wallpaper that exudes a similar softness. Or if you’d rather make a single blue statement, consider lining the bathtub with teal tile, painting the vanity in an eye-catching hue or simply, dotting the shelves with vibrant decorative accents. No matter you’re looking for, get all the inspiration you need by scrolling through the designs below.

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Blue Tiles

Cover the lower half of your bathroom’s walls with diagonal tiles to bring texture and color into your space. For added dimension, opt for tile with a balanced mix of lighter and darker shades, like the one shown here.


Nautical Design

This royal blue shade works well with silver or bright colors, such as yellow. Lean into the nautical aesthetic with a submarine-style mirror and ocean-inspired art.


Bold Flooring

You can’t go wrong with blue and white. Keeping the color on the floor brightens the space without being overwhelming.


Pops of Color

Brighten up an all-blue bathroom with contrasting colors, like yellow and orange. In this case, a yellow pendant light and framed artwork offset variations of cobalt.


A Touch of Glamour

The touches of navy throughout this bathroom — from the underside of the tub to the window’s curtain — bring the drama (and it’s a perfect match for the gold accessories).


Brush Stroke Wallpaper

With warm blue hues and clean patterned lines, this wallpaper evokes a zen feeling. Keep the rest of the space completely white, so the blue can really pop.


Dusty Blue Accent

Paint the vanity in a dusty blue shade to complement the bathroom’s timeless elements, including the herringbone tile backsplash and brushed gold hardware.


Moody Blue Walls

A textured wall covering instantly enhances even the smallest bathroom. Add even more color with fresh flowers and decorative accents in contrasting hues.


A Powerful Color Combo

By painting the walls blue, everything else in the room — the clawfoot tub, medicine cabinet and shower curtain — is given the space to shine.


Painted Tub

Adding a coat of cool blue to the underside of your bathtub brings the illusion of a spa-like space.


A Farmhouse Look

Let your bathroom door do the talking. Paint the door bright blue, then keep the rest of the space neutral to stay true to the farmhouse aesthetic.


Mother Nature

Bring the outside in with botanical-inspired wallpaper, like designer Kerry Hoyt-Pack did in this ultra-glam space. Sprinkle in gold and white accents for a nice contrast.


Mix Chevron and Floral

Chevron tiles never go out of style, especially when they come in the color blue. Pair ’em with bold floral wallpaper and gold accessories like Ginny Macdonald did in this colorful bathroom.


Tile All Over

Vintage meets modern in this bathroom with blue tile walls, a statement pendant and gold embellishments.


Bright Blue Vanity

Designer Tamara Day makes the most of this small bathroom by turning the blue vanity into a focal point, paired with a hexagon mirror and geometric tile.


Cornflower Blue Accents

With the basic shower stall and rustic-style sink, the blue linen curtains offer a splash of color.


Skirted Sink

Hide the under-the-sink mess with a striped skirt, which also adds a dose of color to an otherwise all-white space.


Cool Blue

Cool colors refresh any space. Go for powder blue cabinetry instead of traditional white for a subtle statement.


Soft Blues and Whites

This soft shade of blue transforms any bathroom into a warm and calming atmosphere. Pair it with off-white furniture for a continued sense of ease.


Vertical Shiplap Wall

Areeba of Mint Candy Designs painted a shiplap accent wall in a smokey blue with a satin finish. Paired with the brass vanity lights, barn-style mirrors and simple white vanity, the blue makes a bold statement.

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