Get your inspiration fix with 15 of our favourite QH bathrooms

Are you planning on renovating your bathroom or thinking of designing a luxury wet room for your new home? Then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve flipped through the pages and dug around in the Queensland Homes archives to find you just some of our favourite featured bathrooms. Get ready for an inspiration overload.

Eclectic glamour is the only way to describe this bathroom beauty in the Paddington home of Leith Anderson-Reid. The round bathtub with pressed metal detailing is more than divine! Styling by Tahn Scoon / Photography by John Downs.

This textured antique Indian side table has been repurposed and turned into a stunning bathroom unit that demands attention. Designed by Melinda Boundy and photographed by Steve Ryan, Rix Ryan Photography.

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The grand old renovated Queenslander, Pen Y Llechwedd, by Fernbrooke Homes deserved a new bathroom that respected its rich history. This navy and white-themed beauty, complete with freestanding clawfoot bathtub, is perfect for the era of the house, and for the modern family who now calls it home. Styling by Rachael Honner / Photography by Hannah Puechmarin.

Design company Cedar and Suede prove that a bathroom doesn’t always need be flashy to create an impact. Photography by Natalie McComas.

Not a fan of all-white bathrooms? Well, then this Marc&Co Architects and MCD Construction bathroom, with its zesty pop of orange and retro-inspired patterned blue feature tiles could be just right for you. Photography by Toby Scott.

Make an impact with minimalism – clean lines, white space and bold black highlighting make for a pretty spectacular style statement. Designed by Sarah Waller and photographed by Anastasia Kariofyllidis.

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This elegant space proves that taking a more classic-inspired design cue from a bygone era makes for an incredible luxe bathroom suite. Designed by Greg Natale and photographed by Anson Smart.

The natural palette and materials like stone and wood bring Bali home to Brisbane. And we do love an outdoor bath! Photography by John Downs.

This master bathroom pays homage to the curves and colours of the ocean, befitting a contemporary coastal home in Noosa. Designed by Paul Clout and photographed by Anastasia Kariofyllidis.

Hello, storage! It’s not a successful bathroom without plenty of hiding spots for all your products. Designed by Lily G and photographed by Anastasia Kariofyllidis.

Showing just why simple black and white never goes out of fashion this light-filled bathroom in Toowoomba’s historic home, Bunya Park meets a classic and contemporary divide perfectly. Photography: John Downs

Talk about a shower with a view! This jaw-dropping scene awaits you in this new home, perched on the side of one of Brisbane’s western mountains. Designed by ETS Architects, built by Scattini Construction with interiors by Kim Duffin of Sublime Architectural Interiors. Photography: Steve Ryan, Rix Ryan Photography.

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Glossy black subway tiles and brass tapware and fittings, plus some statement feature lighting take this industrial-inspired bathroom by Surroundings and MCD Construction to the next level of wow. Photography: Camera Obscura.

Classic marble combines with the original character windows of this Shaun Lockyer renovated post-war home in Brisbane to create a light-filled, sumptuous space. Photography: Scott Burrows.

A fusion of Calacutta marble, blackbean veneer cabinetry, stunning green mosaic tiles, generous stone Apaiser bath and two beautifully simple, cut-crystal Lee Broom bulb pendants are understated luxury at its finest. As seen in The Courtyard Residence by Blueprint Architects and MCD Construction. Photography by Scott Burrows.