Paradise Bath:  Bathroom by Mahesh Punjabi Associates

10 images of bathrooms from Indian homes

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Here's your opportunity to view 10 gorgeous pictures of bathrooms from professional Indian interior designers and try to copy these ideas for free! These designs were made specifically for Indian homes, so they are well-adjusted to the needs of a typical Indian household. There are designs for every kind of budget and style here, from the minimalist style to the more luxurious and elaborate designs—you will be spoiled for choice, don't worry. 

In every image, we will point the most striking elements of the bathroom design so that you can easily see how the same could be implemented in your bathroom. Before deciding on any particular design, consider the size and shape of your bathroom, and also how much space you will assign to each area of the bathroom, for example the sink area, toilet, shower room, bathtub, storage space and so on. 

We hope you will be inspired to try out some of these amazing bathroom design ideas in your own home soon! 

1. Round bathtub

If you have a rather large bathroom, a round bathtub in the middle of the room would look simply exquisite and amazing. However, do not try this design on a small bathroom—it will look overcrowded and weird. With the bathtub right in the middle, there is already a grandness about this bathroom, and the decorative elements such as the elaborate mirror, wallpaper, fake ceiling and mood lighting enhance this grand feeling even more. 

2. Laundry room and bathroom in one




The majority of urban modern homes are relatively small so this is a great design for the bathroom, where laundry room is also included, and plenty of space for storage is prepared.

3. Spacious bathroom

Spacious bathrooms can afford to be intensively decorated, so don't be shy. As you can see here in this example, this bathroom has been decorated with framed pictures on the wall, and lots of flower vases and other decorative elements. The bathtub at the end of the bathroom also sets centre stage in this bathroom design, adding a sense of grandness to it. 

4. Sink area

Mr. Doshi's Residence:  Bathroom by Banaji & Associates
Banaji & Associates

Mr. Doshi's Residence

Banaji & Associates

The sink area is a great place for storage if designed properly. The wall for the mirror would be more effective if it had a bathroom cabinet with a mirror as pictured here. And the space below the sink can also be utilised for storage. 

5. Scandinavian style

Independent Bungalow - Mr. Modi:  Bathroom by DECOR DREAMS

Independent Bungalow—Mr. Modi


Light-coloured wood and a minimalist approach are the key traits of the Scandinavian style. We think it's a look that suits modern Indian homes very well. 

6. Neatly decorated

If you don't have much space for decoration, take advantage of the bathroom mirror wall and jazz it up with patterns and lighting. 

7. Classy marble walls




Classy marble walls will never go out of style, but they are a luxury of course. And if you're going classy, then be prepared to be able to add in furnishing with the same class of style or the bathroom will look awkward. 

For more inspiration, here are some majestic marbled bathrooms.

8. Cosy mood lighting

For a simple but impressive look, focus on cosy mood lighting and try to create a small niche in every area of the bathroom. 

9. Minimalist style

The minimalist style sticks to neutral colours and an overall simple design with clean straight lines and minimal decorations. For more ideas, have a look at our article titled, a Bangalore house with minimalist interiors.

10. Luxurious and elaborate

In our final example, we see a luxurious and elaborate bathroom with lighted steps leading to the bathtub and an elegant chandelier hanging overhead. The chic stand alone sink design also looks pretty impressive with its recessed lighting. 

We hope you've been inspired by the gorgeous bathroom designs here. For more related ideas, check out 5 essentials of Indian bathrooms.

Which bathroom design did you like best? 
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