Whether you use your bathroom as a place to soak or a practical space to get ready, getting the design right is key to having a space that suits you.

It is important to consider lighting, as this can affect the feel of space. Similarly, choosing colours and styles of walls, flooring and fittings carefully can impact the atmosphere of your room.

From wetrooms to large suites, we share a selection of bathroom schemes to inspire your project.

Image above: Low-toxicity lino flooring has been used in this bathroom as part of a sustainable self build project. A large window offers views outside, while the window is half frosted for privacy. View project →

bathroom-amor-view-windowA picture window has been placed above this bath so that the rural views can be enjoyed. The white suite, floor and wall tiles are all from Porcelanosa

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Baker-kit-bathroomA white, modern bathroom in this self build home contains sanitaryware from Laufen, supplied by Riverside Ceramics, with large PVCu Whiterock wall panels from Altro to give a smart finish to the shower enclosure

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bancroft-house-bathroom-blackThis en suite bathroom is clad in grey porcelain tiles from Atlas Tiles, supplied by Abacus direct, who also provided the towel rail and sanitaryware from their Vessini range

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Beaumont-traditional-red-yellow-bathroomA freestanding oval composite bath sits on a raised level to create a statement. Exposed beams are complimented by historic colour tones of red and yellow to give the room a traditional feel

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Berwyn-Mill-Wetroom-scandinavianA rustic, Scandinavian-style shower room has slatted birch detailing, with a mirrored wall to increase the illusion of space

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Bloom-bathroom-recessed-showerAn alcove space has been reworked to create a large walk-in shower, where black tiles from 23 Degrees give a striking contemporary look

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bathroom-lakha-jucuzziMood lighting offers a relaxing atmosphere in this high tech bathroom, and a large Jacuzzi bath offers a place to unwind

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dudgeon-Frameless-Glass-Extension-Bathroom-greenThis en suite bathroom is tucked behind a wall and features a green vanity unit from Ripples, which contrasts with the simple white wall tiles and wood-effect ceramic floor

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Hauck-white-dark-woodThis contemporary bathroom features contemporary fittings from Baufritz, including a large feature tub

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kelly-house-bathroom-lightA calm atmosphere is created with neutral shades and luxury sanitaryware from Villeroy & Boch in this self build project

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bathroom-kirkwell-minimalFor a simple look this bathroom mixes neutral toned wall and floor tiles with a dark, statement vanity unit

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maxwell-bathroom-blue-tileAlthough appearing understated in design, this bathroom is fitted with underfloor heating, with towel rails on a separate system to ensure warmth. A rooflight provides natural illumination

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bathroom-meadow-neutralAn off-the-shelf bath from Wickes has been transformed into a striking sunken tub by recessing the bath into a wooden frame, which was then tiled with travertine

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staveley-new-build-stately-home-green-cream-traditional-bathroomIn a Georgian-style self build country home, a stately bathroom has been created with opulent gold fittings and enough room for a cosy chair

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bathroom-swannell-double-sinksThis traditional en suite feels bright thanks to the clean palette of white metro tiles and clerestory windows. The timber washstand was handmade

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taee-eco-bathroom-colour-popAccessed by steps leading from the master bedroom, this bathroom area with twin basins and Duravit sanitaryware is accented with a blue feature wall

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bathroom-toomer-contemporaryThis en suite bathroom has been designed as a grown up sanctuary. The room has views over two aspects as it is positioned in the corner of the property

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Townley-Stone-Barn-Conversion-BathroomIn a converted stone barn, this family bathroom is decorated with a monochrome palette, designed by Inside Out Buxton with sanitaryware from Travis Perkins

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Wilkie1-bathroom-beamsA free-standing bath sits against an opulent backdrop of marble from Stonehouse Tiles, which combines perfectly with the property’s oak frame

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Wilson-Bathroom-whiteThis bathroom features a NO-CODE suite from Burge and Gunson. The clean palette of floor and wall tiles plus plenty of natural light makes this room feel fresh

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