Pondering the possibilities of a bathroom renovation? We turn to Architectural Digest for inspiration and have shared a few interesting concepts below. There are two types of bathrooms: full baths and half bathrooms.

A full bath typically has four components: a toilet, s sink, a shower, and tub, or a tub-shower combo. While, half baths, sometimes called powder rooms or guest baths, have two of the four main components–a toilet and sink and are typically found on the main level of a home. Whether you’re looking to remodel a powder room or undertake a full bath redesign, here are some exciting designs to inspire your creative journey.

Below are two half-bath designs. We start with this striking powder room, designed within a mid-century home. We love the whimsical accessories, paired with playful gold & teal floral wallpaper and bold wood shelving. Photo by Ye Rin Mok.

If you prefer dark muted tones, you can't help but fall in love with the drama of this hunter-green powder room | Designed by @halleroed Photo @henriklundell

For full bath inspiration, check out the four concepts below. First, take a look at that tub! How inviting is that set up - you could spend hours in that stunning copper tub! Photo by Joseph Bradshaw

Insert this bathroom into any Victorian townhouse to give it an open, modern slant. Perfect bath lovers that indulge in a timeless ritual: facial masks, candles, bubbles and scents, reading, and sipping tea or champagne. And that chandelier! Design by Scarlett Gowing, Photo by Paul Raeside. 

In addition to the stunning cabinet found in this bathroom, the floor grabs your attention via the mesmerizing mosaic tile extended into the shower. Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson

We end with this fun bathroom for the kids – pretty in pink! Photo by Anson Smart. 

Looking for a home to exercise your interior design creativity? 
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