Welcome to our Tropical primary bathrooms photo gallery showcasing multiple tropical style primary bathroom design ideas of all types.
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This is a spacious bathroom with a long two-sink vanity that has a beige tone to match the floor. On the far end, you can see a freestanding bathtub placed by the window.
This primary bathroom is equipped with a stunning decorative light fixture and a marvelous deep soaking tub that has an earthy textured exterior flanked by walk-in showers.
This gorgeous Tropical-style bathroom has a miniature tropical garden surrounding the freestanding bathtub with its area illuminated by natural lights cascading from the skylights above and the wide window behind it. This is paired with a wooden floating vanity with two simple sinks.
This amazing bathroom has a whole wall that opens due to sliding glass doors. It gives access to this enclosed small area that has a hot tub made of gray marble and it is accented with a tropical garden on the side that provides a dash of color to the simple white vanity area and the black shower area.
This Tropical bathroom has a relaxing and zen aura to its simple black glass-enclosed shower area that is contrasted by the white vanity across from it. These are balanced by the gray flooring tiles as well as the shuttered tall windows with glimpses of the tropical trees outside.
This freestanding white porcelain bathtub stands out against the black flooring tiles. It works well with the light gray walls that is brightened by the natural lights coming in from the windows that feature a nice tropical scenery outside.
This Tropical-style bathroom has a shower area with a glass door leading to an outdoor area with a potted plant and wooden slat flooring that are all illuminated by the sunlight coming in. This serves as a nice background for the shower area that has earthy red textured tiles on its wall and blue patterned tiles on the flooring.
This Tropical-style bathroom has a row of wooden shuttered folding doors that open up to let in the sunlight on the white freestanding bathtub that stands in the middle of the hardwood flooring. This is accented with a large circular artwork near the foot of the bathtub.
The highlight of this Tropical-style bathroom is the gorgeous view of the sea right outside the large glass window by the freestanding bathtub that is complemented by the beige flooring tiles as well as the beige walls and wooden ceiling.
This is a spacious Tropical-style bathroom with a wooden cathedral ceiling that matches the wooden walls that blend with the wooden vanity on the far wall. This is separated from the sunken bathtub area by a wooden built-in bench with orange cushions and pillows.
The large stone bathtub matches the stone structure of the two-sink vanity on the far wall. These are surrounded by stone walls that are accented by tropical plants placed by the wall and lit with yellow lights matching those mounted on the wooden arched ceiling.
The lovely dark wooden bowls of the two sinks stand out against the light wooden butcher block countertop that is held by thick tree trunks. This goes well with the lush greenery presented by the large window that serves as a background for the two hanging vanity mirrors.
This is a simple tropical bathroom with brown marble walls and flooring that contrasts the white freestanding bathtub. This is accented with decorative lighting above made of shells. This setup is intended to pull the focus to the amazing scenery outside the large glass doors.
There is a large bathtub beside the toilet that stands out against the brown marble walls and patterned flooring tiles. The highlight of this bathroom is the outdoor shower area surrounded by tall textured stone walls that are augmented by the natural lights.
This simple Tropical-style bathroom has a gray concrete freestanding bathtub that pairs well with the dark flooring tiles and backsplash as well as the wooden walls that blend with the wooden vanity beside the tub that has a textured brown basin sink.
This Tropical-style bathroom has a bathtub that is surrounded by tropical trees and plants making you feel like bathing in a pond inside the forest that shades you from the sun. There is also a relaxing sitting area beside this that has purple cushions and pillows.
This bathroom has the bathtub and the shower area inside the same glass-enclosed area with gray walls. The far wall is textured and adorned with tropical plants that complement the white freestanding bathtub that is illuminated by a skylight above.
This Tropical-style bathroom has an outdoor bathing experience with its gray stone bathtub that is surrounded by tropical plants and within a lush tropical landscape of stone and potted plants with the sound of trickling water in the background.
There is a glass-enclosed shower area in this Tropical-style bathroom that is illuminated by the skylight above it. Beside this is the freestanding bathtub with yellow lights underneath and a wonderful view of tropical plants outside its window.
The round stone bathtub of this Tropical-style bathroom pairs well with the pebbled flooring as well as the wall behind it that is made of various stones and adorned with flower artwork. These are all illuminated by the tall glass window that is blurred by running water for privacy.
This relaxing Tropical-style bathroom has a round bathtub that is embedded into the wooden flooring. Beside it is a small statuette of a woman holding a water jug serving as the water source for the tub. The charming tropical landscape outside serves to complement this setup.
This beautiful bathroom is bright with the abundance of natural lights coming in from the skylights. The gray stone outdoor-style flooring works well with the wooden countertops of the vanity topped with wooden mirrors. On the far corner is the toilet area.
The natural lights coming in from the large glass window makes the freestanding bathtub shine. This is contrasted by the brown marble flooring and the wooden bamboo walls and wooden vanity. There is a beautiful view of the riverside scene that complements the simple tones of the bathroom.
This charming Tropical-style bathroom is dominated by the various bamboo materials used. The wooden ceiling is supported by thick bamboo while the walls are adorned with thin strips of bamboo. The frosted glass wall of the shower area is also framed with bamboo.
The beige marble flooring matches those on the walls of the glass-enclosed shower area as well as the housing of the bathtub on the corner. This is contrasted by the dark wooden cabinets and drawers of the vanity that has a large mirror adorned with a fern in the middle.
The white rectangular freestanding bathtub stands in the middle of this Tropical-style bathroom flanked with two vanities that have the same white basin sink on stone structures. These are all augmented by the beautiful sunset view of the sea outside the glass wall.
This is a simple bathroom that is dominated by its white elements on the white flooring tiles, bathtub, walls as well as the white countertop of the vanity. This hue makes the wooden elements stand out like the drawers and cabinets of the vanity and the blinds of the windows.
The cheerful light blue walls work well with the beige marble flooring that matches the toilet and the bathtub that is placed on a corner with arched windows showcasing the beautiful tropical trees outside.
The bathtub that is housed with the same beige marble as the flooring is adorned with walls of frosted glass accented with small plants as well as a middle glass panel that has images of bamboo on it.
The gorgeous brown marble tiles of this Tropical-style bathroom is brightened by the recessed lights of the beige ceiling as well as the natural lights of the frosted glass window. This wall in the shower area is adorned with a charming depiction of a turtle.
The walls are dominated by a light brown wallpaper with a simple design that makes it look like wood, This is complemented by the marble flooring and the dark countertop of the vanity adorned with a decorative jar as well as a potted tropical plant.
The beautiful shower area of this Tropical-style bathroom is surrounded by various tropical plants and decorative earth jars. The overhead shower is shaped like a flower that complements the surrounding natural beauty and open concept.
The black faucet of the vanity is paired with a rough beige marble basin sink that matches the beige marble tiles of the walls that are complemented by the gray flooring filled with pebbles embedded into concrete extending to the flooring of the shower area.
The wooden folding chair matches with the small wooden vanity of this Tropical-style bathroom. This is beside the white freestanding bathtub that is illuminated by the large glass wall that presents an amazing seaside scenery for those relaxing in the tub.
The brilliant small blue tiles of this Tropical-style bathroom gives you a sense of being underwater. That would be a relaxing experience for those in the white porcelain bathtub while watching a relaxing movie on the wall-mounted TV.
This charming Tropical-style bathroom is right beside the bedroom without any walls. It has an overhead shower that seems like rain in its shower area that is adorned with aloe plants. Beside this is the white freestanding bathtub accented with a hedge of plants beside it.
The light pink marble housing of the bathtub is brightened by the abundance of natural lighting that comes in from the tall window that features a wonderful scenery of the sea that gives you a sense of bathing amongst the sun and waves.
This is a Tropical-style bathroom with hardwood flooring that blends with the wooden structure of the two-sink vanity that also houses the wide mirror that is flanked by wall-mounted lamps adorned with the same materials as the ceiling.
The beige marble freestanding bathtub blends with the beige flooring that is augmented by the yellow lights coming from the recessed lights and flush-mount light of the beige ceiling. These are given a nice background of tropical plants right outside the glass window of the bathtub.
People often confuse a tropical bathroom design with a beach-style bathroom. The two styles are similar, but a tropical primary bath draws more inspiration from the styles of tropical islands, rather than the more subtle colors of a general beach style. Of those we analyzed, beach-style bathrooms were more popular than tropical bathrooms, accounting for 2.20% and 0.44% of the 1,091,335 bathrooms, respectively.
If you’re interested in the tropical style for your bathroom, we encourage you to check out our tropical primary bathroom design ideas to gain some inspiration for your remodel.
Tropical vs. Beach-Style Designs
Tropical designs tend to be a bit more vibrant than beach themes and may incorporate live plants and outdoorsy elements, like natural woods, stone, and floral prints. The overall design helps pull the outdoors in and often works best in medium to large bathrooms with plenty of windows for natural light.
While beach-style bathrooms tend to lean heavily on beach and coastal décor, tropical designs use live plants and flowers to achieve the right atmosphere. A tropical bathroom should feel like a spa retreat that you’d expect to find on an island resort. The result should be an inviting, open, and airy bathroom using as many of nature’s best elements as possible.
Putting Personality Into a Tropical Primary Bathroom
When you browse tropical primary bathroom design ideas, you may notice that they’re quite different from one another. The tropical design should have a lot of personalities, making it unique to your home and tastes. One way people bring in some character is with tile work on the walls or floors that create a tropical scene or gives a simple pattern with some bold colors.
Mosaic tiles are perfect for use in a tropical bathroom, either to give a splash of color or to create a mural. Mosaic tiles used on walls were in 6.79% of the 259,595 bathrooms we analyzed, but they can also be a great material to line your shower within a tropical design.
Hardwood flooring is commonly used in tropical designs, but porcelain tile works well, too. Porcelain tile is the number one floor covering in the 284,048 bathrooms we analyzed, found in 32.60% of them, whereas hardwood was found in 7.36%. Pebble tile can be a good way to create a unique look in your tropical bathroom while making it feel even more like an outdoor retreat. Pebble tiles were used in 2,725, or 0.96%, of the 284,048 analyzed bathrooms.