Instead of using common tiles, you should consider installing beadboard to provide such traditional accent for your bathroom. This Beadboard Bathroom article is going to give inspiring ideas about bathroom wall and ceiling.
First of all, you might have heard about wainscoting and were wondering its difference with beadboard. Wainscoting is actually a broader term that explains decorative paneling for bathroom wall; in short, beadboard is one of the types of wainscoting.
Somehow, beadboard is useful to divide your bathroom wall, or to make bathroom look taller if you install it up to the ceiling. Even in a monochromatic environment, beadboard could create slight contrast with the wall paint.
Put a row of narrow wood planks, either horizontally or vertically, on the wall; that is how you get your beadboard.
Bathroom decor is all about doing balanced mix and match; Beadboard Bathroom is definitely one of those tools.
Simple Beadboard in Farmhouse Bathroom
If colourful interior is not your style, but you still want to own unique bathroom appearance, you should consider installing beadboard.
Unlike other common beadboard designs that you might have seen before, this beadboard bathroom has tall panels up to the ceiling.
This beadboard style is useful for bathroom that has low ceiling; since it can visually create taller room look.
This bathroom also has corner window for giving sufficient amount of sunlight during the day, along with wall cabinets nearby.
Pink Beadboard in White Bathroom
Generally, most of beadboard bathroom designs are painted in white, since this neutral colour can be possibly combined with any shade.
On the other hand, the white bathroom below has such remarkable soft pink beadboard that looks cute and feminine.
A colourful beadboard over white bathroom wall is essential to create contrast; thus, the bathroom has strong colour composition.
Later on, do not leave your white bathroom wall empty, you could put some accessories like mirrors, wall lamps, and pictures.
Horizontal Beadboard and Soft Blue Bathroom Wall
Designing beadboard bathroom is so exciting, besides using different colour composition, you could try installing horizontal panels instead of vertical ones.
The bathroom wall is painted in soft blue tone, you could change it into blue-green colour as well to get neat bathroom environment.
The bathroom itself is quite large, the deeper part contains cabinets and is covered with beadboard up to the ceiling.
Most of the bathroom elements have white colour, such as toilet, sink, mirror frame, and floor.
White Beadboard Bathroom and Ceramic Tile
The combination of white and soft blue colours could produce a beautiful interior decor, especially if you apply it for bathroom.
Take the bathroom in the image below, for instance; the short beadboard just completes the modern bathroom appearance.
Apart from white and blue tones, the bathroom also has brown colour, as you can find it on the vanity and ceramic tile.
There are two levels of window shutters here, you could only open the upper shutter one when you need some privacy.
Pale Grey Beadboard for Master Bathroom
Having white bathroom is fairly manageable, since you could use any colour for its supporting elements to complete the room composition.
The bathroom in the image below combines white and grey colours, as you can see the grey beadboard and window frame.
Putting several cabinets in your bathroom should be useful to put bathroom tools like soap and towel, as long as the bathroom is large enough.
The bathroom floor seems so classic, you could replace it with subway tile pattern for getting simpler appearance.
White Beadboard in Beach-Style Bathroom
This bathroom is combining white beadboard and soft blue walls, those two elements produce such noteworthy beach-style bathroom environment.
The beadboard itself is quite tall though, it reaches up to the half-height of bathroom window and mirror; so, the bathroom ceiling would seem taller.
Wainscoting or beadboard definitely could be an easy option if you want to have such decorative bathroom decor.
Beside the beadboard, this bathroom also gets additional pattern and texture from its dark blue floor tiles.
Tall Beadboard Bathroom and Wooden Accessories
The bathroom in the image below is uniquely composed of so many DIY-able wooden elements, like wall cabinets and tables.
Somehow, it is quite uncommon to put sewing machine in your bathroom, but it is still useful for beautiful accessories.
As you can see, this bathroom has tall beadboard up to the ceiling; thus, it can visually create higher bathroom appearance.
Besides the brown wooden things, the remaining bathroom elements are painted in dull grey, including the wall and swinging door.
Grey Beadboard in Small Bathroom
Beadboard should allow you to think of more decorating ideas for your bathroom, since beadboard will give strong character.
You could install it in various ways and sizes, either under the window height or up to the ceiling, each style gives different vibe.
The bathroom itself is not that large, but it still contains essential bathroom elements like toilet, bathtub, sink, and mirror.
It only has three colours; brown is used for floor, meanwhile the remaining things are painted in grey and white tones.
Grey Beadboard in Cottage Bathroom
After looking at these previous images, you should have realized that beadboard could possibly replace your entire bathroom walls.
As you can see, this cottage bathroom is fully enveloped with soft grey beadboard, from the top to the bottom.
This approach successfully creates beautiful bathroom appearance, especially when you put brown vanity that could produce cute colour composition.
Later on, some accessories are installed to complete the bathroom beadboard, such as vintage wall lamps, two round mirrors, and towel bars.
Farmhouse Bathroom with White Beadboard
Generally, beadboard is highly suitable for farmhouse and rustic bathroom designs, since both of them have identical vintage vibe.
This kind of homey bathroom environment could exist since the bathroom combines neutral colours, like white and grey, and earth-inspired brown.
The white beadboard marks the contrast difference with the grey wall; thus, most of the bathroom elements are also in white.
Do not forget to install wide window to make sure your bathroom will get proper air and light circulations.
Beadboard Bathroom in Mint Green Colour
Putting dull mint green beadboard should be a worth thing to try, especially if you have dominant white elements in your bathroom.
Besides the beadboard, this bathroom is dominantly composed of neutral tones, such as the vanity, sink, mirror frame, toilet, and hand towel.
The corner window is essential to make sure the good air circulation, especially if it is installed just above the toilet.
Looking at the room elements, everything is quite DIY-able; thus, no need to expense money for interior designers.
White Bathroom with Two-Level Beadboard Wall
Beside painting your beadboard with various colours, you could also make it more interesting by installing two-level of beadboard wall.
This design can be done by attaching two different sets of panels, where you put row of wood in the middle.
Nearly every single element in this bathroom is put in neutral white, including its sink, vanity, floor, mirror frame, and wall lamp.
This kind of all-white decor is quite manageable though, it is suitable for plain bathroom or some easy wainscoting features.
Remarkable Beadboard in Pale Blue Bathroom
After looking at its initial shape and appearance, you should have realized that beadboard will not easily suit into modern bathroom decor.
It is made of wood and naturally contains vintage vibe, especially if you paint it some retro colours like turquoise or blue-green.
The soft blue bathroom has beadboard to cover its bathtub, along with half part of the bathroom wall.
Some accessories are placed on top of the beadboard, such as colourful flower, picture, glass, and basket for towel.
Bathroom with Wooden Beadboard Wall and Ceiling
Installing wooden beadboard wall and ceiling, as you can see in the image below, should be one of exciting decorating ideas for bathroom.
The bathroom itself is dominantly painted in brown and white, such as the beadboard, upper wall, floor, sink, and vanity.
The sink area is complemented with some features like wall lamps, round mirrors, and curtain-less window in between.
However, it is uncommon to have beadboard to cover the shower area, since tiles are better for wet environment.
Decorative Beadboard in Small Bathroom
It is alright to have such small bathroom, since you could still put beautiful features here and there to complete the decor.
The pale white beadboard is covering the entire bathroom wall, this approach successfully creates tall bathroom appearance.
You may not realize that beadboard is useful to add pattern in your bathroom, just the similar impact when you install subway tile for the floor.
This bathroom also owns some elements to cover the wall, such as pictures, wall lamps, and mirrors.
Simple Beadboard Bathroom with Monochromatic Tone
Somehow, it is quite challenging to install beadboard or wainscoting with similar colour as the bathroom walls without being unnoticed.
This condition may occur if you have bathroom with monochromatic tone like in the image below, especially if the bathroom is in white tone.
This bathroom has white beadboard with normal height, which is half size of the bathroom wall itself.
It has corner window just near the sink and mirror area, the window is covered with simple curtain.
Black and White Bathroom with Beadboard
Your black and white bathroom will look complete by the addition of white beadboard that properly covers the black wall.
Do not install the beadboard higher than the bathroom mirror, since you still need to have large portion of the black wall.
Later on, the remaining bathroom elements should be painted in white, such as the sink, vanity, cabinet, drawer, and floor.
The addition of colourful accessories, like flower, is quite reasonable as long as it does not take over the neutral colour composition.
White Beadboard in Pale Grey Bathroom
Up to this point, you should have realized that white beadboard is quite more popular among other colours, as various decorating ideas can be done with it.
The bathroom below has similar condition, the white beadboard is installed in such pale grey bathroom.
Several large cabinets are placed in the corner of the room, you could use it to safely keep your bathroom equipment.
The vintage stool nearby can be used to keep your phone or towel while relaxing in the bathtub.
Stained Wood Beadboard in Comfortable Bathroom
Besides using common white colour, you could also install stained wood beadboard to cover your entire bathroom walls.
This bathroom has such beautiful decor as its wall has two levels of beadboard, horizontal panel for the lower part and vertical panel for the upper one.
The classic bathtub is completed with large window and white curtain above, so you could enjoy morning sunlight while relaxing in the bathtub.
Apart from the brown beadboard, the remaining elements in the room contains white and grey colours.
White Beadboard Bathroom and Small Vanity
A small bathroom generally puts toilet and sink, along with its vanity, close to each other since they will use a same plumbing system.
Later on, additional beadboard should be needed since they could be a proper wall protector from water.
Some beadboard installations are considered as DIY and weekend projects though; thus, no need to spend extra money for hiring manpower.
Two tiny wall lamps should not be able to provide enough brightness, but thanks to the window that gives natural light.
Horizontal Beadboard in Cozy Brown Bathroom
Horizontal beadboard will give such fresh and homey bathroom appearance, especially if the beadboard is made from wood.
The bathroom in the image below is fully covered with the wooden beadboard, start from the wall up to the ceiling.
In addition, some other elements also have brown colour though, including the window frame and bathroom floor.
Later on, all you need to do is choosing bathroom accessories that can suit the dominant brown tone, like green towel or white flower.
Elegant Bathroom with Beadboard Ceiling
It is quite common now to find bathroom decor with beadboard for its wall and ceiling; however, the bathroom below looks different.
Unlike other bathroom designs, this bathroom still has tiny wall space between the beadboard wall and ceiling.
Therefore, you could possibly fill the gap with proper wall decor, such as artsy paintings and pictures, since empty wall is not that tempting.
Besides the dominant white colour, this bathroom also has several dark painted elements like rug and towel basket.
Elegant Beadboard and Luxurious Bathroom Elements
In spite of its initial traditional vibe, it is highly recommended to install beadboard for complementing your modern bathroom.
Just take the bathroom image below, for example; it is filled with so many gold accessories that give bold luxurious accent.
Those elements, like wall lamp, faucet, mirror frame, towel bar, and flower vase, seem distinguishable in the middle of white environment.
Many thanks to the half-covered window that provides sufficient amount of sunlight, the bathroom looks incredibly beautiful.
Light Blue Beadboard Bathroom with Vintage Vibe
This bathroom is mostly painted in two colours, white and light blue, that give such strong vintage vibe.
The light blue beadboard fills the lower part of the bathroom wall, but it gets cut near the door for giving space for wall cabinets.
The bathroom floor even has those two tones too, as the blue tiles are installed for the bathtub area.
The blue tiles contain decorative pattern that is useful to enrich the composition, you could use subway tile too.
Tall Beadboard in Tiny Bathroom
Tall beadboard is important for tiny bathroom, especially if you install it up to the ceiling, since it can make your bathroom seems taller.
No need to worry though, you could treat the beadboard as regular wall, you could still put wall decor like pictures and paintings.
In spite of its tiny dimension, this bathroom still possesses essential bathroom elements, such as toilet, sink, and vanity.
Nearly every single thing is painted in white, unless some additional accessories like plant and towel.
White Beadboard in Traditional Bathroom Design
Generally, combining white and black colours is considered as one of interesting decorating ideas in property industry.
Black tone is used for the upper part of the bathroom, meanwhile the lower one contains white, including the bathroom elements like toilet and sink.
However, several white things can also be found on the dark side, such as the painting and window frame.
Using white beadboard or wainscoting is quite common though, as it is suitable for nearly every colour composition.
Cute Beadboard in White and Grey Bathroom
You should consider using grey colour, instead of black, if you are so tired of using black and white combination.
You will get similar neutral composition vibe though; furthermore, it is easy to fill the remaining bathroom as grey is suitable for any colour.
Floating drawers are proper substitute for bathroom cabinets, since you could safely put bathroom equipment on them too.
No matter what kind of bathroom style you are using, do not forget to add interior flower for refreshing the environment.
White Beadboard Bathroom and Pink Vanity
In this bathroom, the soft pink vanity becomes such a refreshing appearance in the middle of dominant white environment.
This kind of approach, when you put one colourful element that quickly grabs attention, is worth to try especially if you have neutral room.
Do not forget to install bathroom accessories for completing the composition, like towel hanger, wall lamp, painting, and round mirror.
The beadboard is used to put towel hanger, it is quite understandable since the beadboard has perfect height.
Classic Bathroom with Soft Blue Beadboard
Up to this point, you have seen various bathroom decors that have beadboard, either for its wall or ceiling, but nothing like this bathroom.
This bathroom contains two kinds of beadboard, the soft blue beadboard covers the walls, meanwhile the common white is installed one for the ceiling.
Do not be afraid to put colourful elements in between, especially brown since it can nicely blend into those two colours.
Please make sure to provide large window in your bathroom for giving bright environment.
Low Beadboard in Classic Bathroom
You may not realize about it, but low beadboard will give you another spot for putting small pictures and paintings.
The bathroom below, for example, has many framed pictures around the bathtub; this is how you insert modern touch into classic bathroom design.
The bathroom is dominantly painted in white, with the addition of some luxurious gold accessories like faucet and sink.
Considering its small dimension, this bathroom has such large round mirror that could visually produce larger room appearance.
Beadboard is commonly used to cover bathroom walls, some people also use it for ceiling too. After all, you could still treat it as common bathroom wall where you install DIY-able wall cabinets or modern pictures.
Many decorating ideas can be done by using Beadboard Bathroom, especially if you have the white one. Finally, we hope many beautiful images in this article will give you a lot of inspirations!