Creating a Spa-Style Hamptons Bathroom
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Creating a Spa-Style Hamptons Bathroom

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A Hamptons bathroom can share so many features with a high-end spa. The soothing, neutral colour palettes and beautiful accessories and linens are a few examples of these similarities.

Even if you’re not ready for a full-scale bathroom reno, with the use of certain accessories and design elements, you can turn your rather plain bathroom into a Hamptons oasis.

Key Features

Some of the elements you’ll often see that serve as the foundation of a beautiful Hamptons bathroom are:

  • Shaker-style vanities and cabinets, often in white or grey.
  • Oversized soaking tubs.
  • Plenty of natural light.
  • Clean, simple tiles such as subway tile backsplashes, or sometimes tiles are used to add colour or make a design statement.
  • Eye-catching light fixtures, like chandeliers.
  • Symmetry, such as double vanities and mirrors.

Beyond the core elements of bathroom design, the following are some of our favourite ways to accessorise.

Ceramic Stools

One of the most versatile pieces you can add to a Hamptons bathroom is a ceramic stool. This can be used to hold towels and other items, and you can also use these in your shower as a seat or as a place for books, magazines or plants.

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Styled by Natalee Bowen from Indah Island 

  

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Baskets

A bathroom is about combining form and function. With that in mind, woven baskets, bamboo shelves, and other naturally-inspired storage elements are the perfect places to put fresh, white towels, and other linens.

A woven basket can be placed beside the tub, so you can easily and readily grab a towel after your soak, for example.

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Rugs

Adding rugs to a bathroom creates layers and visual interest and also makes for a soft place for your feet.

You can go with a patterned rug if your bathroom colour palette is simple or something woven in a natural material. Indoor/outdoor rugs work especially well in bathrooms since they are so durable and can withstand not only wear and tear but moisture as well.

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Other Decor Accents

At Lavender Hill, we also have other accessories that work beautifully in a Hamptons bathroom. We like an unexpected but still traditional twist with the integration of blue and white ginger jars, for example. You can put them on countertops or beside your bathtub.

You can organize all those small items that find their way into your bathroom with our rattan trays, while faux orchids and other naturally-inspired accessories can bring colour and liven up a bathroom.

Ginger Jars

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Rattan Trays, Faux Orchids & Coral

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Styled by Natalee Bowen from Indah Island 

Styled by Three Birds Renovation

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A Hamptons bathroom is anything but boring. It’s tranquil, tastefully accessorised, and it becomes a place where you can imagine unwinding for hours as if you truly were at a spa.

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