- by Byron
Beige may have a reputation for being a boring color but trust us. It doesn’t have to be this way. Just like white, beige can be a versatile color well-suited for a variety of design styles. These beige bathrooms are certainly heavy on the charm.
Marble flooring and beige countertops help turn this bathroom into a modern masterpiece.
Image: Hugo Carter Timber Windows
Like white, beige does something very handy. It helps reflect light, making small spaces appear larger and spacious spaces looking more comforting.
Image: JPM Construction
Beige can be luxurious too. Paired with subtle lavenders, this bathroom is comforting and regal altogether.
Image: Braam’s Custom Cabinets
Beige bricks help set this contemporary bathroom apart from the rest.
Image: Amrami Design Group
Beige is versatile. These tiles and counters help this small bathroom become a luxorious hideaway.
Image: Kitchen + Bath Artisans
Paired with strong mahogany furniture, this beige bathroom becomes a work of art.
Image: Wayne Stewart Builder
This modern bathroom is aided by geometric cabinets and a spacious mirror, helping this room feel a lot bigger than it really is.
Image: Benham Builders
This Tudor style bathroom manages to be both pleasantly classical and comfortable all the same. That’s partly thanks to the marriage between beige and blue in this bathroom, two colors that work especially well together.
The contrast between black and beige helps this bathroom become even more grand.
Image: Meynell Hoolahan Architects
This ranch style bathroom benefits from using beige as a wall color, since this allows the wood paneling present throughout the bathroom to speak for itself.
Turn of the century cabintry and pops of dark marble give this bathroom an inspired Tuscan feel. If the cabinets were white instead of beige, it wouldn’t blend together nearly as well.
With the wallpaper and curtains, this bathroom is transformed into a french country hideaway.
Image: Harwick Homes
Marble decor and shower lining help this bathroom become a European inspired den. Note how the beige helps complement the ample lighting present in the room.
Image: Red Rock Custom Homes, Inc.
Decked out with handy shelves and wide windows, this bathroom may be beige but it’s far from bland.
Image: Higgins Architects
Another excellent European bathroom, this one relies on beige to compliment and contrast with the darker elements of the room.
Image: Peter Zimmerman Architects
Wood flooring and grand wall decor help turn this bathroom into a Turkish inspired hideaway.
Image: Malgosia Migdal, ASID, CID
Beige walls and wood cabinets play well together in this spacious bathroom.
This bathroom makes a strong case against white. Were the walls white, it would be too utilitarian. Beige, however, adds warmth but still acts bright enough to work in a contemporary bathroom.
Image: Harrell & Co Architects
While beige might not contrast as sharply with black as white does, it still provides a mature, hardy contrast.
Image: Allwood Construction Inc
A beige that’s almost strong enough to be pink helps complement the white marble set throughout the bathroom.
As seen here beige doesn’t have to be bland. Throughout these other bathrooms, beige shows that it can be just as versatile, if not moreso, than white.