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People Are Sharing All The Strange And Wonderful Bathroom Designs They’ve Seen In Homes (32 Pics)

If you’re reading this site, you’re probably in the bathroom right now. We’re not judging.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a bathroom that you enjoyed spending time inside? That’s what we’re here to explore today.

There’s a Facebook group devoted to sharing the weird and wonderful designs and random things people find around the world. Today, we’ll focus on the cool bathrooms we wish we had in our homes.

Why are we doing this? Why not? You wish you had a bathroom like this.

Here are the most delightful and interesting bathroom designs people shared on a Facebook group devoted to finding great designs:


1. The Shell Toilet Seat.

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2. MY BATHROOM IS COOL.

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4. My moms 1929 original bathroom in her house. The shower was redone but they saved most of the tile to redo it. The floor of course is not original in the shower.

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5. Our bedroom has a master bath attached, that’s hidden behind a “painting” door.

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6. When we moved house and walked into this bathroom our mouths dropped. We had never seen a roman bath in a rental before.

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7. It’s a 1940’s stucco bungalow originally built to house Italian prisoners of war in Arizona.

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8. Chicago bungalow circa 1930. Beautiful pink crackle subway tile. I would never change it!

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9. Mine is my favorite room in the house. 1910 Victorian.

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10. The bath was a swap for a table and chairs. The rack inside the bath I found in a friends back yard.

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11. Very small cat on a very large sink, or…?

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12. Untouched seventies bathrooms in my new house.

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13. My great grandparent’s upstairs bathroom. This was my favorite room!

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14. The pink tile is my favorite detail of my apartment.

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15. They owned the house since 1968 and had a fun hobby of drinking lots of alcohol and mod podging the labels onto the bathroom walls over the course of 50 long, loving, fun filled years.

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16. Grandma was obsessed with owls.

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17. My grandparents built this house in 1985 and I bought it 2 years ago. This is my favorite room!

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18. Since our home was built in 1929 our bathroom looks a lot like the bathroom from The Shining.

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19. My old bathroom. Complete with a hand painted mural of a cat and a gold rimmed sink.

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20. Meet the psychedelic orange bathroom.

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21. This is my parents. Instead of changing it when they bought the place, they just embraced it.

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22. Goth bathroom.

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23. Our vintage wallpaper uncovered during our bathroom renovation.

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24. When we bought my boyfriend’s grandmother’s home from his family a few years ago we inherited many of her belongings with the house purchase.

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25. Inviting!

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26. The untouched seventies bathrooms in my new house.

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27. Satan’s bathroom.

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28. This is our guest bathroom in our mid-century ranch.

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29. Metallic zebra print wallpaper and cow print plush curtains PS: this is in a basement and those are fake windows.

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30. Our house built in 1939 came with this crazy under the stairs bathroom we call the “mole hole.”

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31. Even the countertops are mirrors!

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32. I also didn’t care for it when I bought this place 30 years ago, but I ended up decorating around it.

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h/t Weird And Wonderful (Secondhand) Finds