We have some great ideas for panelling and surrounding your bathtub. We think once you are through with this list, you won’t be happy to settle for anything plan and boring anymore and you’ll want to spice up your bathroom a bit. Check out some of our favorite bathtub surround ideas here.
Panelled in White
We love a bathroom that looks clean, and with the panelled look on this one, it looks elegant as well. There’s a little marble-style rim that gives the tub some character but no so much that it looks messy.
While the idea of bathing outdoors scares us, this is a wonderful collection of outdoorsy decorations that creates a warm atmosphere for the bathroom. It’s cosy, but at the same time, very sophisticated and stylish.
The brick design might not work as well if it was the standard reddish-brown colour, but this blue hue is adorable. It adds some wonderful, pastel liveliness to what would otherwise be a very white room.
Dark, Natural Look
If we wanted a tub where we could just be alone and be at peace with the world and our thought, then this would be the place to do it. The lovely woodwork gives it a rougher feel that is miles away from the sterile and cold look of most bathtubs.
We could always use more storage space. These drawers not only match the tub nicely but also provides a very functional decoration to the room. The very best additions to any room are always able to look great and have some usefulness to them, and this pulls it off nicely.
Stone Cold Lovely
The stone bathtub surround is incredible enough in and of itself, but paired with the wood floors, it is absolutely perfect. This kind of stone could look too manmade for some tastes on its own, but the wood brings out its natural appeal.
Tile and Wood
This is another combination of tile work and wood, and we are starting to really like this trend. The all-white motif is a great look here, and it gives the bathroom a very clean look.
Here we have the floor and tub working together with nearly the same textures, all set off nicely against the wood and brass for an elegant look. Most everything here is very simple and easy to pull off, but it appears quite expensive anyway.
Here’s an interesting idea- making the bedroom and bathroom match. They may not have the same textures, but the same soft tones are repeated throughout and it works even better thanks to an open floor layout that doesn’t include any doors.
So, there you have it. We hope you found a few of these that inspired you to start working on your own bathroom. If you did, perhaps you’d like to share the list with your friends.