Looking for stylish concrete bathroom ideas? Concrete is increasingly becoming the go-to material in many stylish homes. Its a functional utilitarian surface that gives kitchens or living rooms a strong industrial feel, and it makes a particularly great choice for bathrooms thanks to both its strength and its versatility.
Materials used in bathrooms face a number of challenges, not least water splashing and humidity changes. Although it is a naturally porous material, concrete is uniquely suited to handling even the toughest environmental hazards. Its easy to seal with a clear chemical treatment, which will both soak into the pores and lay over the surface of the material, creating an invisible barrier.
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New print and staining techniques allow you to use concrete as blank canvas to have fun with, and it can be honed and polished down into a very smooth surface.
It’s not just for flooring, this Scandi cool design shows how it can be used both on the floor and walls to dramatic effect. Use this gallery of gorgeous bathroom designs featuring concrete in various ways as a starting point for your own concrete plans.
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The shower space was brightened up by adding transom windows that borrow light from the bedroom. Clever.
Concrete, wood and glass create a perfect balance in this bathroom.
A large basin and vanity area sits in the entrance to this master bedroom. There’s a shower space tucked away just behind it.
This luxurious space offers a peaceful retreat. The walls are not actually concrete but a painted plaster effect.
Get the look: The bath is a vintage find, which has been repainted. The pink curtains are from Lovely Home Idea.
The oversized bathtub was originally created for use as an animal trough, but it works great as a bath. The trough itself cost under £200 – though it took five men to get it in place. It could have cost four times that amount to have it made.
Get the look: The bath is a concrete trough from Mole Valley Farmers. The white pottery is from Made.com. The bathroom sink is an old wood dough bowl from eBay.
Bespoke concrete wall and floor panels create a gritty backdrop to the sculptural basins in this deliberately masculine bathroom. The Il Bagno Alessi One basins by Stefano Giovannoni for Laufen and the Dornbracht MEM wall-mounted mixers are from Ripples. The Hector Mini Globe pendants are from Hector Finch. The bespoke concrete wall and floor panels are from Ivanka.
The monochrome palette and modern freestanding bathtub with matching his and hers sinks create a chic hotel-like interior. Simple ovals, marble and a micro cement floor keep things serene and uncomplicated.
Get the look: The basins and bath are from Victoria + Albert. The taps and bath filler are by Bagno Design. The marble is from Venice Marble. The bespoke vanity unit features Buster + Punch handles. The mirrors are from The White Company.
The bateau bath, from Victoriaplumbing.co.uk, looks striking against a plain concrete backdrop. The cast-concrete basin is by White Wolf. The honed Carrara floor tiles are from Mandarin Stone. The towel rail is from Plank & Pipe and the brassware is by Studio Ore.
Concrete looks makes the perfect backdrop for strong metals, try William Holland for a statement copper bath. The artwork is by Barcelona-based artist Fernando Prats.