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The bathroom is complete with a deep soaking tub and a walk-in shower room lighted by a set of wall lights and chandelier backed up by sinks equipped with marble countertop.Trulia



The master bathroom is complete with a deep soaking tub and a large walk-in shower area.Trulia




The bathroom is complete with a soaking tub and a shower and has access to the closet.Trulia


The bathroom is complete with a soaking tub and a walk-in shower area.Trulia


Another look of the bathroom showcasing the sink and powder area.Trulia


The bathroom offers a freestanding soaking tub and a walk-in shower along with a sink equipped by marble countertop.Trulia


The bathroom offers a drop-in soaking tub and walk-in shower area while also offering a powder space perfect for the likes of Tyra.Trulia


The bathroom offers a corner tub and a single sink together with a couple of wall lighting.Trulia



Bathroom with freestanding tub and single sink featuring smooth marble countertop. Photo Credit: Adam LetchSAOTA


A view of the home’s bathroom with walk-in shower and small skylight ceiling. Photo credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


The property’s bathroom with free standing bath tub, white walls, and recessed lighting. Photo credit: Julien KerdraonGOM House


Another look of the house’s bathroom in white tiled walls, single sink and recessed lighting. Photo credit: Julien KerdraonGOM House


GOM House’s modern white bathroom. Photo credit: Julien KerdraonGOM House


Pure white bathroom with open shower and tiles flooring and walls. Photo credit: Janet KimberNova Tayona Architects


Contemporary bathroom featuring a vessel sink with a wall lighting. Photo credit: Mickaël Martins AfonsoDesigned by: Martins | Afonso atelier de design


Bathroom with a vessel sink and a wall lighting. Photo credit: Mickaël Martins AfonsoDesigned by: Martins | Afonso atelier de design


Contemporary bathroom with walk-in shower surrounded by white walls. Photo credit: Mickaël Martins AfonsoDesigned by: Martins | Afonso atelier de design


Contemporary bathroom inside the master suite featuring a double sink, a soaking tub and a walk-in shower room. Photo credit: Alex MaguireLLI Design


Vessel sink with a wide mirror and stylish tiles wall. Photo credit: Alex MaguireLLI Design

White is the perfect color to decorate any room with when you have no idea where to start. When you start with white you have a blank canvas that you can slowly start adding more too. This gallery will feature many stunning white bathrooms. Some of them are completely white, some combine white with warm and cool colors and some keep it nice and simple with all neutrals.

White is a very popular color choice for styling the bathroom. It comes in being the second most popular out of seven different colors.

How White Affects the Feeling of a Room

Each color in a room affects how you feel and perceive that space. White is unlike most neutrals that give no emotions because it does have an effect on the room it’s in. White is portrayed as cool and clean and suggests simplicity. Too much white can give off a sterile feeling which is okay in the bathroom. However, you shouldn’t use to much white in other rooms that you want to feel cozier.

Designer Tips for Using White in the Bathroom

Since white is a neutral color, it is conveniently flexible. There’s a lot of cool stuff you can do when you play around with it. These are some tips on how designers use white in the master bathroom.

Make Surroundings Disappear to Embellish a Focal Point

If you have the main feature in your bathroom that you really want to stand out, such as a giant spa bathtub, beautifully tiled countertops, old-fashioned architecture or even a lovely painting, then this is a great option. Use white on the walls or furniture surrounding the feature you want to be the focal point. This will make everything else seemingly disappear.

Use White as a Space Enlarged or Light Reflector

You can use white along with other cool colors to help your bathroom space feel bigger. Also if you don’t have windows or any natural light, then white works well to make it seem brighter. You can combine white with a huge mirror for to reflect even better.

Use White to Counteract Rough Rich Woods

Rough, rich woods are so popular right now, especially in rustic styling. Different wood materials add a lot of character and charm to the bathroom. You can use white and wood tones for the perfect combination to create an upscale and modern look.