The loft is often the most untouched area of the home. They often store unused items discarded from elsewhere in the home. I recently blogged about converting loft space into a bedroom, but this often overlooked square footage can also be converted into a stylish bathroom. Whether modest or grand, you can utilize the space to create a place to relax and unwind. These inspirational loft bathrooms are full of panache.
In the center of this loft bathroom rests a striking pedestal tub.
Loft space often comes with awkward angles and sloping ceilings. Despite the structural constraints, this loft bathroom was able to accommodate a shower, soaking tub and two sinks. Crisp white walls and a restrained color palette keep the space light and airy.
Clean simple lines and sleek finishes give this loft bathroom a modern vibe.
Gorgeous marble tile add a luxurious feel of this loft bathroom. A small boxy vanity and sink sit adjacent to the tub, utilizing the limited space.
A vibrant wood floor adds warmth to this stark white loft bathroom. Allowing the wood to continue up the sides of the tub almost makes the bathtub disappear. Limiting the structural and design elements, while keeping the lines clean and simple, creates a modern airy aesthetic.
Rustic stone tile, a pedestal sink and tub infuses the space with period details. The juxtaposition of textures adds interest to this charming serene loft bathroom. Windows flood the space with natural light.
Occassionally walls need to be created where none exist. Such is the case with the ebony tiled wall that provides the perfect backdrop for two tall white cylindrical sinks and rectangular mirrors.
The ceiling height creates a feeling of spaciousness, while the wood beams enhance the rustic charm. The wood floor and limited use of tile create a space that is warm and inviting. Without the bathtub and sink, the room wouldn't even look like a bathroom.
Serene and compact, this loft bathroom maintains a simple yet stylish aesthetic. I like that the walls have been completely tiled, creating a seamless look. The shower almost disappears.
A small porthole window lets in additional light and adds that element of surprise.
Crude wood beams cover the walls of this loft bathroom and give it a rugged countrified aesthetic. Painting the tub bright blue adds that unexpected splash of color.
Often the attic space available will require creativity and ingenuity to include all the essential elements. I love the small round mirror cleverly attached to the towel bar with a full length mirror placed close at hand. The vanity contains a place to store towels.