25 Curvaceously Provocative Bathroom Designs Just For Her

Why spend hundreds or thousands of dollars each year on spas when you can treat yourself at home? Ranging from classic to glitzy to straight-out-of-Vegas, these designs will lure you to luxuriate in the comfort of your own bathroom. A few easy fixes and you too can bring the perfect hotel get-a-way bathroom into your own.


The best part about bathroom designs is that – get this ladies—the details matter.  Accessorize to the max. Flowers, candles and lamps all make the difference in the look and feel of the room.  And if the details are too last season, a quick trip to your favorite knick knack store will instantly transform the entire room.

Note the splashes of feminine red and use of mirrors in this Japanese bathroom.


The use of metallic silver is perfect.


This light pink shade invites one to stay a while – welcome to a small country home in France!


Glitz meets retro with a bang


Satins and curves give this all-white room charm.


Coordinating the hues of the wallpaper, paint, flooring and accessories create a relaxing atmosphere.


Pinks & Purples Plus


Remember that things don’t need to be pink to be feminine – purples, blues and greens can be just as womanly.  This is your space. Allow metallic paints and accessories to highlight the array of hues in the room.

Pink highlights this modern bath.


Rememeber that it’s not just about color – textures and lines also play and equal and important role in setting the tone for your perfect private personal place to get away (and possibly stay away) from it all.


Traditional style in bone ivory with a touch of gold.


Pretty in pink with both angular tiles offset by textured curvy walls.


Wallpaper cleverly becomes the centerpiece of this classic marble room.


Your New Spa Away from the Spa

The grey and white overtones create the serene atmosphere you won’t have to pay any longer for.


These simple neutral shades and design match the master bedroom, giving a feeling of “completion” to the space.


Perhaps the greatest benefit to the use of neutral tones is that one can combine a myriad of styles without drowning  a single one out.

Lighting plays a key role in setting the tone.


This beach style room invites one to stay and ponder the day.


The sleek design attracts both the masculine and feminine eye alike.


Splashes of coordinated colors can bring any bathroom to life.


Putting on the Glitz

Sometimes, you need to go big or go home. Wait! You are home! May as well go big too then.  Crystal chandeliers, curbed vanity stations and free-standing bath tubs are sometimes just what the doctor ordered.


Note the light picked up by the wallpaper adds an additional dimension to the room.


There are few wrong answers when it comes to tile selection, wood floor grains, furniture and gilding. Let glamour be your guide.


Making the most of your space might include innovative designs like curved ceilings, mirrors and glass-like marble floors.


Jets anyone?


Feminine in this case is spelled V-I-N-T-A-G-E.


By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'