Gorgeous Beach Cottage Bathroom Inspiration

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There’s something about a beach cottage that just oozes relaxation. Maybe it’s the fresh sea air, or the sound of the waves crashing on the shore. Or maybe it’s simply because beach cottages are typically decorated in a very laid-back, carefree style. Whatever the reason, there’s no doubt that beach cottages have a certain je ne sais quoi that make them the perfect place to unwind and relax. And what better place to relax than in the bathroom?

Beach cottage bathrooms are usually characterized by their simple, clean lines and lack of clutter. They often feature all-white or light-colored walls and floors, with plenty of natural light coming in through windows and skylights. Breezy curtains, soft towels, and seashells or starfish accents are also common features. But perhaps the most defining characteristic of a beach cottage bathroom is its sense of peace and tranquility. It’s a place where you can go to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and simply relax.

So if you’re looking for some bathroom inspiration that will help you create your own little oasis, take a cue from these gorgeous beach cottage bathrooms. From sleek and modern to cozy and rustic, there’s sure to be a style that speaks to you. So go ahead and start planning your own tranquil retreat today!

Beach Cottage Bathroom ideas

I enjoy watching home remodeling programs, especially when they take an old or tiny bathroom and give it a complete makeover. These beach cottage bathroom ideas have given me the inspiration to bust out the power tools, or at the very least partake in some online power shopping. Who’s with me?

Beach Cottage Bathroom Ideas

Beach Cottage Bathroom
Photo Credit: Onekin Design

I love this design because it manage to give off a beach cottage vibe without going the route of blue. 

Beach Cottage Bathroom 1
Photo Credit: Nat Rea Photography via Home Bunch

Yet I love this design because of the gorgeous blue walls. That under sink towel storage is perfect too. 

Beach Cottage Bathroom Inspiration
How awesome are these rope fixtures? Believe it or not it’s totally DIY and all you need at large eye bolt screws and some thick 1″ jute rope!
Beach Cottage Bathroom 3
Photo Credit: The Wow Decor

I adore the wainscotting in this bathroom with the pedal stool sink. Its a simple, clean vibe. 

reclaimed wood double sink bathroom vanity beach cottage -  - Gorgeous Beach Cottage Bathroom Inspiration
Photo credit: Pottery Barn

Open shelving can make your bathroom feel bigger and we love this gorgeous reclaimed wood double sink bathroom vanity from Pottery Barn. Yikes on the price, but I bet you could hire a local cabinet maker to recreate this for you at a fraction of the cost!

Beach Cottage Bathroom 5
Photo Credit: The Wood Garage

How awesome is this pallet shelf? It would be great made with driftwood as well. 

Beach Cottage Bathroom Inspiration
Photo Credit: Sustain My Craft Habit

I love how easy this driftwood towel rack project is. Just screw some rustic hooks onto a piece of driftwood and mount it on your wall using any old plank of wood painted white.

I love the subtle beachy colors of this luxury linen shower curtain and the wood buttons really top it off. Best part is that it’s an incredibly reasonable price!

Beach Cottage Bathroom 9
Photo Credit: Homebunch

I love the tones in this room and the circular mirror gives us a fresh, fun vibe. Everything about this space is very unique. 

Beach Cottage Bathroom8
Photo Credit: Homebunch

Who wouldn’t want to laze about in that deep tub? We’re also really drawn to that chair railing. 

Beach Cottage Bathroom 11
Photo Credit: Wisteria

I’m so obsessed with these coral inspired shelves. They’re gorgeous and yet still really functional with weight limits of 20-35 pounds. Plus, they’re ocean-friendly as they’re made with plaster. 

They aren’t for sale anymore, but you could easily make these yourself. Just glue some fake coral pieces to the underside of white floating shelves!

Tips for Creating the Beach Cottage Look in Your Bathroom

Use light colors: White, cream, and other light colors are perfect for creating a beach cottage feel in your bathroom. Not only do they give the space a bright and airy look, but they also help to reflect the natural light coming in from windows and skylights.

Keep it simple: When it comes to beach cottage bathrooms, less is definitely more. Avoid clutter and opt for sleek, clean lines instead.

Bring in natural elements: Seashells, starfish, driftwood, and other natural elements are the perfect way to add a beachy touch to your bathroom. Scatter them around the space or use them as accents on towels, curtains, or walls.

Let in the light: beach cottages are known for their bright and airy interiors. So make sure to let in as much natural light as possible by opening up curtains and blinds, and using mirrors to reflect light around the room.

Add some green: A few potted plants or some fresh flowers can go a long way in adding some life to your beach cottage bathroom. Just be sure to choose plants that can thrive in humid environments.

Create a focal point: Every room needs a focal point, and your beach cottage bathroom is no exception. A statement mirror or piece of art is the perfect way to add interest to the space.

What do you think? Is a beach cottage bathroom right for you? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

6 thoughts on “Gorgeous Beach Cottage Bathroom Inspiration”

  1. I want my entire house to feel like a beach retreat home. Light, Airy and not cluttered but yet I just have the one half bath so far. My husband and I made the pocket door ourselves and used same wood to hide the sewer drain pipes that cut into bathroom space.
    How do I add or send photos to show?

    • Hi there. Sorry for the late reply – your comment was hiding in the spam section! I’m sorry I don’t know where or even if they can be purchased. Honestly, they look like a simple DIY project to me! Just buy some floating shelves and glue coral pieces to the underside :)


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