228 Bathroom Pendant Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

Floral tiles bring pattern and a peaceful color palette to this bathroom.
Bespoke mosaic tiles on the walls and floor in several shades of matte and gloss pink and red Bisazza tiles were used to give a unique and dramatic ombre effect. The light above the bath is a special-edition, red version of the 2LG Studio Capsule collection designed in collaboration with Cameron Design House. "Pink and red aren't a traditional color combination, but they work really well here,
This powder room with feather wallcovering, a custom floating vanity, and antiqued mirrored walls sports Rocky Mountain hardware throughout, including a Silicon Bronze Brushed Designer series privacy door handleset in a white bronze dark finish, with a black leather insert and Jane lever. Sarah Latham designed this room as part of a high-end remodel in Sun Valley, Idaho, that did not hold back on the luxurious details.
The bathroom has a richly textured material palette, including a copper towel rack, natural stone basin, and white ceramic tiles. The painting reflected in the mirror depicts draumstafir, magical Nordic staves.
The bathroom of a Tucson territorial-style midcentury features tadelakt walls done by a talented local craftsman and Neolith floors. The tub, from Blu Bathworks, sits on a Douglas fir base, so as to look as though it’s floating. Douglas fir wood was used to match the original wood in the home. "Similar to the rest of the home, we wanted to keep the space minimal and austere in design, yet highly functional," says architect Darci Hazelbaker. "With the additional square footage gained from the closets, our intention was to allow that additional space to stay ‘empty.’"
A beautifully renovated apartment in the capital of Sicily echoes the colors  and textures of the sea. The bathroom in particular evokes water, with textured tadelakt cement and Wet System Wall & Deco wallpaper.
A blown glass and chrome pendant light by Carlo Nason for Mazzega hangs above the soaking tub.
A previously muggy master bathroom was transformed into a light, open space.
The bathroom counter tops are crafted from concrete, which was cast on-site and polished.
The glazed corner detail allows natural light to flood the shower in the master bathroom.
In the smaller bathroom, Rossi embraced the cozy with dark paint and subway tile.
Another one of the bathrooms.
In one of the home's bathrooms, a sink from Lindsey Wherrett Ceramics gracefully sits under a circular mirror from Clearlight Designs. The Ilde Wood S pendant is by David Abad.
The bedroom freely flows into an open bathroom area.
The crafty couple made all of the bathroom's copper fixtures, as well as the mirror. The 196 wheeled cabinet was an eBay find.
The tiles in the bathrooms are by Clé Tile and Zia Tile.
The art of bathing extends beyond the outdoor spa—a standalone soaking tub in the master bath looks out to the redwoods. The lighting fixtures are from Anthropologie, Serena & Lily, and Warmly.
This bathroom features a custom-designed vanity with Kohler fixtures.
"The wash nook in the hallway references the Japanese bathing tradition of having a bath and shower separate to the washbasin and toilet," explain the designers. The separation of spaces is also crucial in this home, which has three bedrooms.
The Bentleyville Residence’s bathroom features large windows and folding doors that provide expansive views of the surrounding woodland.
The powder room is now situated near the entrance. It is clad in panels made of lab-grade, chemical- and water-resistant material.
A guest bathroom includes cabinetry built by the couple.
Light pours through clerestory windows in the master bathroom. Staying true to the home’s overall aesthetic, Sweet used simple, contrasting materials—white oak for the cabinets and Ann Sacks white tiles for the walls.
guest bathroom with my favorite tile & custom vanity cabinets made by our friend
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Thin, slatted wood paneling adds warmth to this bathroom.
Above the Kohler toilet hangs a custom cabinet by Barrett Karber. The contemporary mirror and shelf were also made by the furniture designer.
A Duravit sink is paired with a Kohler faucet.
In the downstairs bedroom, the closet was transformed into a full bath.
The master bath has a polka-dot soaking tub, and it opens to a dressing area.
The flooring—purple jade marble tile from Creekside Tile—is the show-stopper in the master bath. There's also a custom vanity and a Top Bath tub.
Wei outfitted the room with Heath Ceramics wallpaper from Hygge & West. “I'm just generally big into wallpaper and especially in powder rooms,” says Wei. Blue accents and plywood details are repeated throughout the home to create a consistent throughline.
Pastel blue tile and Driklolor paint in the soft, pink Pillow hue add a touch of playfulness to the kid’s bathroom. A Flower Pot pendant light from Verner Panton hangs above the round mirror and wall-mount faucet.
A guest bathroom.
The funky master bath features stained white oak cabinetry by Eby Construction, Fantini fixtures, and a deep soaking tub. Mosaic tile, laid in a graphic pattern, echoes the angles of the abstract pendant light.
A guest bathroom is awash in blush for a lighter departure from the other, featuring a Concrete Collaborative countertop and hardware and sconces from Park Studio LA.
The kids' bathroom vanity was custom-designed by Nye with fabrication by Matthew Philip Williams. The mirror, rail, and stool are by Coolican and Company.
“I’ve always been crazy about tile,” says Jessy, which is why she was heartbroken when she found the 1961 powder blue tile in the master bathroom had been scribbled on with permanent marker. “Turn right for cold water. Turn left for hot,” the wall read. The new tile is by Ann Sacks. “We tried to source products that looked appropriate for the period,” Jessy explains.
The main floor bathroom was reduced in size to accommodate the new kitchen pantry. The three-quarter bath includes a custom floating walnut slab vanity, dark blue linen-textured tiles, and chrome accents.
The new bathroom has a walnut vanity with a limestone counter. The floors are travertine. High windows bring in plentiful natural light, glimpses of treetops, and maintain privacy.
Prior to the renovation, the master bathroom was a muggy space covered in harsh black tile. It also had inadequate insulation. Blue Truck Studio opened up the space, softened up the materiality, and changed the windows to insulated glass. A freestanding Victoria + Albert bathtub sits atop Mutina tiles and below a Rich Brilliant Willing pendant light.
The powder bath also has a touch of whimsy with another pattern from Ellie Kishimoto, an Italian Fantini faucet in a custom powder-coat ,and white subway ceramic tiles.
Large-format porcelain tile wraps the bathroom.
In the renovated master bathroom the couple opted for a natural wood vanity to complement the beams overhead. A cool white color palette creates a serene atmosphere.
Even from the bathtub there are unobstructed views and connection to the lake right outside the windows.
A wall of glass facing onto a side yard floods the master bathroom in natural light. The Globe pendant by tk provides additional illumination.
Among Jessy’s favorite details are the door headers, which are the same width as the doors themselves. The bathroom tile is by tk.
Master bath wet room with views of trees.
Guest bathroom with wood grate floor and shelving.
The guest bath boasts skylights overhead and a giant soaking tub set against a backlit slab of marble.
The stylish master bath is a mix of beautifully patterned porcelain tiles and wood.
In the master bathroom, the scheme recalls the kitchen finishes, with a vanity custom-built out of natural Ashwood by Ébénisterie Gaston Chouinard.
"A lot of the interiors included natural stone—completely unpolished and unsealed that we really wanted rough and exposed," says the firm. "Because the house is so minimal and clean, we wanted to create contrast within it. Unsealed travertine is so much more beautiful and natural than when it’s completely machined over."
A skylight provides plenty of warm, natural light during the day—and lets guests star-gaze at night while soaking in the tub.

A comfortable bathroom is a key source of tranquility in your home. Whether sleek and minimal or bursting with colorful tiles, a curated modern bathroom impresses residents and guests alike. Find inspiration to create your own personal oasis with these projects featuring popular counter materials like marble, quartz, and wood; flooring options like ceramic, hardwood, and concrete; and a huge variety of sink, tub, and shower options.