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20 Ways to Add Plants in the Bathroom

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Although we can see plants around the house in the outdoor area, we can also add it in the indoor. For sure you have seen how plants are being used inside the house. Aside from making it look beautiful, it creates a refreshing appeal and it makes the space even more inviting. Have you ever thought of adding plants in the bathroom? Well, don’t hesitate to do that because the bathroom is humid and plants can thrive in it. Aside from that, it will also look really nice with plants in. Not convinced? We have collated some images of bathrooms that has plants inside it. After seeing the roundup, you will surely realize that your bathroom will look better. Check out the images below. Transitional Elegance Landmark Lofts Placing a few leafy plants in the bathroom will add an organic, eco-friendly accent to the bathroom. It gives the bathroom the perfect spa-at-home look. Astell Street City Interiors Usually, bathrooms are white but it can also be black like this one. What I like here are the plants on the wall that are being highlighted with built-in lights. Parke Rd, Barnes SW13

VC Design Architectural Services Create a simple statement bathroom like this one in a small space. Notice that it added a few plants to add some pops of green and freshness in the area. Glengowrie Hastings Design Love the combination of wood and white in this bathroom. Adding one small plant in the side creates a huge difference in its aura as it compliments with the wooden features. Manly Penthouse C+M Studio Introduce green in potted plants or small trees to add life to an all-white bathroom. Taybridge Rd MAC Building Solutions An elegant mosaic tile floor bathroom with claw-foot bathtub. It looks good with black and white colors in it. Bathroom Renovations Kate Harris Interior Design A compact bathroom with textured walls that add warmth to it. It used two different tones for the wall which makes it look even more beautiful. Adding a few plants will alleviate its appeal. Home Show Expo 2017
Accents + Interiors Tone on tone neutrals are seen in this bathroom. It has mixed materials that keep the bathroom feeling fresh and bright. The Clovelly Project Liebke Projects This bathroom seating can be used for more than just sitting on. It can be the perfect place to rest rolled up towels for the guests and also to display potted plants. Yorba Linda Master Bathroom International Custom Designs A master bathroom that uses natural materials and textures to create the feeling of bathing out in nature. It is Japanese inspired with a modern mix in its design. The use of a bamboo ladder gives it a Japanese feel. Hardinge Road, Kensal Rise, NW10 Domus Nova You can boost your bathroom storage adding a few plants. A simple wire-shelf unit is used here as a space-savvy solution. Bathrooms can often benefit from foliage since it can create a clinical vibe. Leichhardt LSA Architects Gray is the preferred palette for today’s bathrooms. It looks great with the wooden features in it. Pickle Factory Bright Common Architecture & Design This bathroom has a subtle industrial feel in it but its look is being upgraded with the hanging plants in it. It has black flooring tiles which is the perfect contrast. The Greja House
Park + Associates This luxurious bathroom has plants just outside its window. It has glass all around it and I love how they did the layout. Traditional Bathroom
Linherrhollingsworth A timeless master bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and an under mount sink. The planters also has a big impact to the overall appeal of the space. Thole Residence Design Platform White tiles and marble tile porcelain floor are used in this bathroom. The tall plants on both sides of the window look really nice. Koh Samui Peti Lau Inc. A luxury spa-styled bathroom that brought nature into the area with an assortment of tropical plant. All these plants create instant calming effect. Natural stone Wetroom White Rose Tiling & Bathrooms A trendy master bathroom with beige tiles, a vessel sink, open cabinets, and medium tone wood cabinets. It also used wood countertops and a wall-mount toilet. Of course, let us not forget the plants being added into it. Carlsbad Master Bath Coastal Designs Inc. This contemporary bathroom has ceramic flooring with limestone countertops. It has a glass enclosure for the shower area. Harrogate Bathroom Little England Invite nature in the bathroom with house plants from mini-succulent families to orchids. You can even add terrariums and plants under glass cloches. After seeing the above images, you will no doubt believe us that any space would like fresh and beautiful with plants in it. That is why, it would be nice to bring in plants into your home whether it is the bedroom, bathroom or living room. It is like you are bringing the beauty of nature inside the house. For sure, you will agree with me that the bathrooms above look beautiful with plants in it. Imagine the spaces without plants and you will realize the difference! Now, would you consider adding plants in your bathroom?

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