Any room can benefit from an eye-catching piece of art, whether it's a sculpture, black and white painting, 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.
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.
A black and white mural by Shantell Martin gives the powder room in an upstate New York ranch house a spacious feel.
Wooden ship artwork found in Europe graces the wall of a white-washed bathroom in a restored Long Island farmhouse.
The antique bust of Napoleon adds character to this bungalow bathroom in Oakland designed by Patrick Punty.
A Hugo Guinness painting and checkerboard-painted floorboards in Farrow & Ball's All White serve as focal points in this Northern California bathroom.
To make a big impact in this small Greenwich Village penthouse bathroom, etchings by James Brown were hung in gallery style.
In French architect Jacques Grange's Paris apartment, a sculpture by Louise Bourgeois overlooks the bathroom.
Rashid Johnson's graffiti-style mirror art inject personality into the guest bathroom of a Manhattan loft.
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. The space was was decorated by the office of Renzo Mongiardino.
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.
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.
A black and white Robert Longo drawing complements this Upper East Side powder room's natural tones.
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.
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