Striking sculptures, colorful paintings, and more.
Any room can benefit from an eye-catching piece of art, whether it’s a sculpture, black and white paint, or a colorful vintage photograph. But while you may only consider incorporating art into your bedroom, living room, or entryway, there’s one space that’s often overlooked—the bathroom. Scroll down for 10+ creative bathroom art ideas. These photos are a reminder to give your bathroom the decorating attention it deserves.
1 – HERMÈS MEDALLION
For the master bathroom in his West Village home, Jonathan Adler chose to pair a medallion from an Hermès boutique with a collection of vintage female portraits.
2 – ABSTRACT MURAL
A black and white mural by Shantell Martin gives the powder room in an upstate New York ranch house a spacious feel.
3 – WOODEN SHIP
Wooden ship artwork found in Europe graces the wall of a white-washed bathroom in a restored Long Island farmhouse.
4 – NAPOLEON BUST
The antique bust of Napoleon adds character to this bungalow bathroom in Oakland designed by Patrick Punty.
5 – BOTANICAL PRINT
A Hugo Guinness painting and checkerboard-painted floorboards in Farrow & Ball’s All White serve as focal points in this Northern California bathroom.
6 – GALLERY WALL
To make a big impact in this small Greenwich Village penthouse bathroom, etchings by James Brown were hung in a gallery style.
7 – WHITE SCULPTURE
In French architect, Jacques Grange’s Paris apartment, a sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks the bathroom.
8 – GRAFITTI MIRROR ART
Rashid Johnson’s graffiti-style mirror art injects personality into the guest bathroom of a Manhattan loft.
9 – BUDDHA SCULPTURE
Along with a bronze statue of a reclining Buddha, a wall of mirrors, and a Vanitas leather chair by Versace Home Collection complete the master bathroom in Donatella Versace’s Milan apartment. Space was decorated by the office of Renzo Mongiardino.
10 – BLUE WALL SCULPTURE
Sometimes all it takes is a pop of color to transform a space, and this white bathroom with a cobalt blue wall sculpture by Helmut Pizzinini is proof.
11 – 18TH-CENTURY PAINTING
Alice Childress and Christopher Daniels’s Manhattan loft bathroom features an inherited 18th-century painting, along with an antique freestanding marble tub and a vintage Italian chandelier.
12 – BLACK AND WHITE DRAWING
A black and white Robert Longo drawing complements this Upper East Side powder room’s natural tones.
13 – CANDELABRA ART
This elegant master bathroom in hotelier Alan Faena’s Miami Beach property features candelabra artwork by Peter Tunney, a Philippe Starck chair, a Mexican ottoman, and a Louis XV mirror.