Modern bathroom ideas for your home

19 Jul

Modern bathrooms help create a clean and simplistic atmosphere and space. To create this perfect bathroom design your modern bathroom should embrace geometric shapes and patterns, enhance minimal colours and showcase mid-century furniture. When you embrace these elements, your bathroom can become a modern sanctuary for cleanliness and comfort. Here are some ideas to give you some inspiration:

Simplistic decor ideas

- Arrange framed geometric shaped mirrors on bathroom walls
- Hang up modern prints with a classic frame 
- Place flower pots in white on shelves 
- Try a floor to ceiling mirror 
- Emphasise wood and concrete elements 
- Avoid a colour pop and stick to grey and white towels

Create a simple and minimalist design

Modern design means simplicity. Keep your space free from clutter and use the tricks of built-in shelving to hide any clutter and personal items. Ensure you leave all toiletries and novelty items out of your bathroom space. Choose backsplashes and tile designs with geometric shapes to add a hint of character and interest without taking away from the minimalist design you have created. 

Add elements of green

By adding a touch of greenery to your bathroom, you create a unique connection between your outdoor and indoor space. Organic design goes hand-in-hand with modern design, which means that the natural outdoor space will always work well with your indoor areas. Bring the outside in with a couple of indoor plants. 


Picking the perfect lighting is crucial to modern bathroom design and the great thing is you are spoilt for choice. Modern design is fixated on embracing and enhancing geometric shapes, so keep that in mind when you are looking around for windows, light fixtures and where you should place your lighting. Also, the quality of the light is more important than the actual light itself. A great idea is the use of skylights as they add more natural light and interest to your bathroom.

If you're interested in designing your dream bathroom then contact BPM Bathrooms. Alternatively, pop into our bathroom showroom in Battersea for more information, advice and inspiration.