Glamour has never gone out of style, but it has seen a surge in popularity in recent years as luxurious elements like metallics, faux fur, and glass have become trends. The great thing about glamour is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to achieve it in your home. It’s all about capturing the essence of it.
One of my favorite rooms in the house to make glamorous is the bathroom. There is something about having a luxurious place in which to start the day and finish it. You can pamper yourself there and feel inspired to take on whatever is ahead of you.
The following 10 glamorous bathrooms have all captured a sense of luxury in their own way, from simple to extravagant.
Glamorous Bathroom Ideas
A dazzling chandelier, gold fixtures, and the striking contrast of black and white create a classically glamorous bathroom.
Source: House Beautiful
Simplicity can be glamorous. Soft pink curtains, an elegant clawfoot tub, and gold accents are sweet and feminine.
Mirrors are always a glamorous feature to incorporate into a space. This bathroom takes advantage of them in multiple ways.
Source: Traditional Home
The mirrored backsplash reflects the stunning lighting all around the bathroom. The glass countertop also serves as a mirror.
Source: The Style Saloniste
Soft pink and taupe bring a romantic flair to this elegant bathroom.
Source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
The statement piece in this bathroom is definitely that incredible chandelier, but the other soft, elegant shapes and patterns compliment it beautifully.
All you need is some gold and pink on a black and white backdrop to serve up some glamour to any bathroom.
This black and white bathroom is super chic with a fashionable edge to it that makes it look like it’s ready for the pages of Vogue.
Source: Style At Home
Marble sinks with metallic accents bring a gender neutral touch of glamour to this bathroom.
Source: Better Homes & Gardens
On the flashier end of the spectrum, a swirling wall mural and accents of hot pink represent a more whimsical side of glamour.
Source: Elle Decor