Welcome to our site where you will find creatively designed orange bathrooms. Orange is a color that is often associated with optimism and energy. Whether you want to go bold or more subtle with accents, we have some options for you to consider. If you’re looking to get energized or excited by your design, then you may want to consider the color orange.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Orange & Black Traditional Orange Bathroom
Black and white tile floor mixes well with a beautiful muted orange paint on the walls. A traditional square pedestal sink is mounted against the wall with hand mirrors hanging above as a creative design. White walls, doors and moulding compliments the orange and black.
2. 1970’s Inspired Orange Bathroom
The honey-comb pocket door and bold orange paint take me back to the 1970’s in this maximalist bathroom. A cherry blossom painting hangs on the wall opposite the wood vanity and mirror. Orange moulding and paint cover the entire bathroom to create a cocoon-like feel and cozy design.
3. Pop of Tangerine Modern Bathroom
Pop of tangerine paint mixed with white walls and a dark gray tile floor create a cool and contemporary designed bathroom. A wood floating vanity and medicine wall cabinet which doubles as the main mirror, make a good use of the narrow space. A floor mounted towel warmer is located to the right of the vanity as well as the walk-in shower which is tiled in all white.
4. Diamond Wallpaper Orange Bathroom
Super cool diamond pattern wallpaper adorns the walls of this beautifully designed bathroom. A bright orange floating vanity with white countertop and decorative round mirror that hangs above creates a charming sink area. The shower features a white and tiny orange pattern tile on the walls and floors with all glass doors that look very modern.
5. Cheerful Circle Wallpaper Bathroom
This cheerful and bold wallpaper makes a wow statement in this bathroom. Orange and blue circle wallpaper is paired with a class floating pedestal sink and small beveled mirror that hangs above. A freestanding claw-tub is placed to the right with vintage style hardware and faucet. A hanging soap dish and towel hook finish out this charming pattern-filled bathroom.
6. Orange Tiled Bathroom
Bright tangerine-orange tiles cover the walls of this modern bathroom. A white speckled terrazzo tile floor contrasts well with the orange hue tiles that adorn the shower & bath combo and remaining walls. A floating vanity in a muted orange tone adds a nice compliment to the design.
7. Blue & Orange Modern Bathroom
Bold cobalt blue tiled wall and bright orange tones dominate this modern styled bathroom. A reed style orange vanity with brass base and wall faucet is installed against the cobalt blue tile base of walls and the honeycomb tiled flooring. Off-white walls adorn the remaining area of the upper walls and ceiling and vertical light sconces flank the rectangle mirrors above the vanity.
8. Beautiful Gray & Orange Claw-Tub Bathroom
A black & white vintage claw-tub and orange wall dominate this gorgeous bathroom. Black & white vintage hexagon tile is laid on the floor with a border pattern and contrasts nicely against the orange accent wall and remaining gray walls. A classic wall mount pedestal sink with chrome hardware and faucet is installed against white subway tile with a rectangle mirror that hangs above.
9. Retro Black & Orange Bathroom
This modern primary bathroom features bold orangeand black tiles on the walls and wood floors. Rectangle white tile is hung on remaining window wall and a white floating vanity sink is installed on the opposite wall of the freestanding tub and shower combo.
10. Multi-Orange Tone Tile Bathroom
Primary bathroom with bright multi-orange tiles on the walls and large orange tile on the floors. The room features a rectangle ceramic vessel sink and a large drop-in bathtub with a tiled shower.
11. Gorgeous Textured Orange Bathroom
Gorgeous orange vanity with lucite knobs and damask style wallpaper dominate this beautiful bathroom. The muted orange and white wallpaper pairs nicely with the rich vanity color and the white tiled flooring. Brass faucet, mirror frame and light sconce compliment the color tones of the room and create a classic style.
12. Bold Orange Tiled Bathroom
I get major retro vibes in this bold modern orange bathroom. Small tiles on the wall with an oval opening to the shower and white tiles on the floor. An oval white vanity and round vessel sink on top are installed against an orange textured prefabricated wall. The unique round mirror has a white extension to left with under lighting for the vanity area.
13. Traditional Orange Accents Bathroom
Traditional styles mixed with pops of orange in this lovely decorated bathroom. Matching white vanities are paired with ornate orange mirrors and marble countertops. Stripe rugs throughout the room add texture and pattern and contrast nice against the off-white flooring. A beautiful classic claw-tub is paired with a floor mounted faucet in chrome, under the large window with white shutters.
14. Maximalist Orange Bathroom
This orange accented bathroom is a maximalist’s dream design. Muted orange door and moulding contrast against the gray animal wallpaper and white marble flooring. A light natural wood vanity with storage compliments the patterned print runner rug. A pink shower curtain covers the bath and shower combo that has a can framed bathtub.
15. Small Tiled Orange Bathroom
Small orange tiles are dominate in this modern and sophisticated bathroom. A floating wood and white pedestal sink is mounted against the orange tile and a white modern style toilet sits to the right. The tile continues into the walk-in shower and light streams in through the large window above toilet.
Orange is a bold choice and it can work well in any bathroom with the right color palette and complementary colors. It may not be your first choice for a primary bathroom color, but there are several shades of oranges that you can play around with, from those with pinker undertones to bright, eye-popping orange. Because orange is the brightest color in the spectrum, you don’t need a lot of the color, a little can go a long way.
When orange is used in the bathroom with light grays and white, it can add a touch of fun color while also making your bathroom feel warm. Orange is one of the most favorite colors to use in a Southwestern bathroom, where colors mimic those used in Mexican or old Western architecture and their landscapes. For some inspiration from orange primary bathroom design ideas, we encourage you to check out our photo gallery.
Using Orange in Your Primary Bathroom
When you think of orange, your mind likely goes to a bright, eye-catching, almost-fluorescent orange. But, orange comes in many shades, some bordering on pink, yellow, and red. Before you add orange to your bathroom, consider how much of the color you want to use and the size of your bathroom.
A medium bathroom is the most common size of the 318,703 we analyzed, accounting for 50.27%, or 160,220, of them. Small or medium bathrooms can use yellow-oranges to open up space, whereas a large primary bathroom can use darker, red-to-brown shades of orange without feeling too closed in. If you only want an orange accent wall or pops of orange with décor, almost any size bathroom can accommodate some splashes of orange.
Make It Charming, Not Tacky
Too much of any color in the bathroom can make it look tacky. Orange tends to work well when a bathroom is bright by using plenty of natural light from windows or skylights, white furniture, and even mirrors and glass showers to allow light to bounce around the room. Since most orange tones are bright themselves, the overall atmosphere of your bathroom should match that.
A couple of elegant chandeliers can create a cozy feeling in your primary bathroom while also brightening up space and making it more of a high-end look. White cabinets – the most popular choice of the 298,214 bathrooms we analyzed, found in 97,349, or 32.64%, of them – can provide the perfect contrast to orange walls while creating an open and airy bathroom.