20 Beautiful Traditional Style Bathroom Ideas

When many people think of transitional style décor, they may think of boring or bland, but the truth is, you can create a dramatic and elegant traditional style for any room in the house, including the bathroom. People spend a great deal of time in the bathroom, getting ready for their day, and at the end, it’s the room where you can relax and rejuvenate in a hot bath or shower and wash the worries of the day away. You want your bathroom to be functional, yet beautiful and inviting, and traditional style themes are one way you can get the best of everything. It’s classic and timeless, and you can use your own style and taste to create a beautiful space for you to prepare for your day and end it. Here are some ideas for traditional style bathrooms that will give you some fresh ideas for your bathroom makeover.

1. Materials

Classic materials, such as tile, porcelain, metal, marble, and wood, are all timeless materials that can be used to dress up your traditional bathroom. These materials, used right, and in various combinations, can bring just the desired look and feel to your bathroom, whether you are going for a vintage classic look, or a modern traditional appeal. Traditional bathrooms are designed with the use of all types of materials, whereas other types of design themes may be more limited in their usage of materials, so mix and match, play with materials and find out what combinations best meet your desired, traditional look.

2. Color choices

Traditional décor has a wide open range where just about anything is possible. The colors found in traditional bathrooms run the gamut, however, keep in mind that when most people think of traditional, or classic style, they tend to envision more primary colors, with most focus being directed at the light and darker ends of the primaries. Bright whites, off whites, even grays and blacks are commonly used in the classic look of a traditional bathroom.

3. Traditional ideas

Traditional ideas can run a gamut of different ways, from relaxing spa-like designs, to elegant mid-century designs. TO create a spa-like look, you can combine a beautiful clawfoot bathtub with a pedestal sink and white marble countertops. White cabinetry really ties in the look and feel of luxuriousness, sitting atop lustrous white floor tiles. If white isn’t your color and want a richer look, dark hardwoods and cherry cabinets look great with a stonewall behind glass shower doors. Add splashes of color throughout your bathroom to accent your main, focal colors.

For more ideas, take a look at the following 20 beautiful traditional style bathroom ideas.

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