Beige doesn't have to translate to 'blah' when it comes to decor. Especially in a bathroom, beige reads very tranquil and relaxing, and allows accessories and appliances to shine. From beige paint to beige ceramic tile, the opportunity to incorporate beige into bathroom design is abundant.
In this beige bathroom, a stone chair rail pairs perfectly with beige walls and window treatments. Dark hardwood flooring grounds a gold chandelier and mirrored sconces. Coordinating white on the bathtub and ceiling pulls eyes upward and around the beige walls and moldings.
Blush and Beige
Natural stone is a go-to option for beige bathroom tiles. This beige and white bathroom matched the beige paint to the floor, and added subtle silver accents for a little bit of glam. Blush pink accents keep the space bright and warm.
Unique patterns drawn in neutral colors are both bold and subtle in this beige bathroom. The print on theis bathroom's Roman shade is mirrored in the white-and-beige bathroom tile floor. Gray and dark wood accents look lovely beneath their white counterparts.
This bathroom marries beige and white beautifully. Warm beige tiles coat the floor in a honeycomb pattern. Tan sconces on either side of the mirror match the tones found in the beige bathroom vanity top. Lighter beige walls tie the two natural tones together.
Beige-and-white bathrooms make for timeless designs. Straight edges and geometric shapes modernize this neutral bathroom. The beige walls are a happy medium between white marble flooring and warm wood drawers on a contemporary vanity.
A beige-and-white bathroom is ideal when pairing with a backyard view. An expansive window lets color in year-round, so the neutral beige paint color is perfect for matching each season's shades. A white-and-beige mosaic tile floor flows into this bathroom's identical wall mural, while the beige wall color calls out metallic fixtures and white trim.
Texture and Textiles
A blue-gray bathroom vanity highlights the veins in this bathroom's marble floors and countertop, while textured beige wallpaper softens the natural stone. Although small, the parallel lines of the vanity and tub create a lengthening effect on the room. Mirrors above the vanity and tub further expand the space of the tiny bath.
Work of Art
When framing art in the bathroom, a clever trick for a cohesive look is to mat the art in a color identical to the walls. These framed pieces are the perfect beige bathroom accessories to pair with beige walls and wainscoting. White marble and gray stone pick up shades in the artwork.
Beige on Beige
A tranquil place for bathing, this built-in bathtub is the ideal combination of colors to complement its neutral surroundings. A soft beige rug sits atop creamy beige bathroom tiles, while window coverings seamlessly blend into the walls—also beige. A patterned chair slides into a vanity that matches the tub.
Soak in this glamorous white-and-beige bathroom. Warm beige linens hang from curtain rods, while a white fur bath mat waits at the ready. Gold accents add unexpected class, and a window seat cushion covers hidden storage.
A custom vanity is the hightlight of this bathroom. Pale sage green is the perfect understated color to pair with the low-profile beige walls. Warm beige seating under the vanity adds another layer of warm neutral color and matches the beige bathroom tiles that line the floor and half-wall that hides the toilet.
Soak with a View
An antique wood ceiling beam highlights this bathtub set in the perfect recessed corner. Beige bathroom accessories accent the tub's surround, while tan and beige bathroom tiles create a stunning Tuscan-style backsplash. Enjoy views out of a large bay window as you soak in luxury.
Beige and gray wallpaper gives this neutral space the wow factor. Light beige curtains bring softness to the large window, while the vanity and side table pick up the gray tones from the walls. Beige bathroom accessories like the vase next to the tub and a vanity chair warm up the room's cold fixtures.
A beige bathroom vanity takes center stage in this tranquil retreat. The room's stone features, like the shower and beige tile floor as well as the paint and cabinet colors, echo the vanity's hues. White towels stand out against the warm walls.
A country French bath is the perfect means for relaxation. Vintage and rustic pieces combined with soft fabrics and fresh lavender make this the perfect soaking tub. A beige chair rail tops the room's beaded-board lower walls, creating cozy texture.