100+ Beach Themed Bathroom Ideas

When you own a beach home, you generally have two or more bathrooms to decorate. You might have half bathrooms off the kitchen or living room along with a master bathroom off your bedroom. And when you are decorating your beach themed bathroom, you can implement coastal decorations throughout.

We decided to put 101 beach themed bathrooms below that are great for inspiration. The designs are all unique and you will find a variety of colors, styles, themes, flooring, cabinets, countertops, showers, bathtubs, and more. So whether you have more of an airy light blue theme or a darker nautical color scheme, you will be able to find something. The coastal themed bathrooms below are absolutely perfect.

101 Beach Themed Bathrooms


Bathroom by Tara Seawright Interior Design



Coastal Retreat Guest Bath by Southern Studio Interior Design



Easton House by Patrick Sutton



Bathroom 2 by Whitten Architects



Master Bath by Natalie DiSalvo



Bayshores Drive by Brandon Architects Inc



Nantucket Cliff Road Area by Jonathan Raith Inc



Santa Monica Beach House by Evens Architects



Beach House Retreat by Laura U Inc



Bathroom by Whitten Architects



Florida Beach Cottage by Village Architects AIA, Inc.



Harbour Point by Celtic Home Gallery



Nautical House on the Bay by Austin Patterson Disston Architects



1512 Dolphin Terrace by Spinnaker Development



Rhode Island Beach House by Rachel Reider Interiors



Bathrooms by GDC Construction



Upper Brookville by Robert Kocis



Coastal Casual by Refined LLC



Marthas Vineyard Beach Cottage by Elizabeth Swartz Interiors



Maryland Projects by Josh Killingsworth



Muskoka Cottage by Lisa Stevens and Company Inc



Coronado by Burnham Design



Beach House Master Bathroom by AHR Designs



Seafaring Family Home by Judy Cook Interiors LLC



Smythe St by Southeastern Custom Homes



Bath 2 by Rethink Design Studio



Bathroom 3 by Whitten Architects



Kennebunkport by Irvin Serrano



Amagansett Beach Retreat by Kitchens and Baths Linda Burkhardt



The Summer House by JS Interiors LLC



White Lake by Francesca Owings Interior Design



1960s House by Gabriel Holland Interior Design



Fox Run Residence by Z Architects LLC



Bathroom Over The Sea by Kate Jackson Design



Ocean Inspired by Marrokal Design and Remodeling



This Old House – Cambridge by Elms Interior Design



1512 Dolphin Terrace 2 by Spinnaker Development



Fair Winds by Taste Design Inc



Shelter Island Beach House by Wettling Architects



Bathroom Ideas by R. Popvitch Builders



Breakers Beach House by Viscusi Elson Interior Design



West Bay by Blackband Design



Concord Green Home by ZeroEnergy Design



Hills Beach Cottage by Whitten Architects



Darien Beach House by Shelter Interiors LLC



Master Bathroom by John Kramer and Sons



Provincetown Beach House by Mary Prince Photography



Bayshores Drive 2 by Brandon Architects Inc



Sophisticated Key West Style by Pinto Designs and Associates



Underwood Residence by CM Natural Designs



Dynamic Stripe by Jules Duffy Designs



Coastal Living Bathroom by Marcus Gleysteen Architects



Seaward Corona Del Mar by SC Homes



Seaborne Breeze-Monarch Beach by Jodi Fleming Design



Spring Lake Beach Chic by Threshold Interiors



The Beech House by Windover Construction



The Ladue House by Carolhwall



Linwood Circle by Wilkes Architects Princeton Design Guild



Walden 9 by Plantation Building Corp



Beach Street Bathrooms by Melissa Lenox Design



Amagansett Beach Retreat 2 by Kitchens and Baths Linda Burkhardt



Duneseye by Sylco Cabinetry



Cliff Road Area – Nantucket by Johnathan Raith Inc



Owners Bath by Echelon Custom Homes



Beach Vacation Home by Creative Touch Interiors



Dynamic Stripe 2 by Jules Duffy Designs



Cedar Point by Hutker Architects



Beach Side House by BDR Executive Custom Homes



The EverBank Field Stadium Home by True Design Studios



Waterfront Retreat by Bruce Palmer Interior Design



The Yellow Cottage by Perfect Stays



Updated Beach House by Pamela Pennington Studios



Lakefront Living VII by Mike Schaap Builders



Amagansett Beach Retreat 3 by Kitchens and Baths Linda Burkhardt



Balmy Project Master Bathroom by XTC Design Incorporated



Seahound Ranch by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design



Stageneck Modern by Marcye Philbrook



Lake Minnetonka Children’s Bathroom Remodel by Castle Building and Remodeling



Coastal Virginia Idea House by Progress Lighting



Cape Cod Renovation by Kelly McGuill Home



Cliff Road Area – Nantucket 2 by Jonathan Raith Inc



Profile by Siemasko and Verbridge



Family Residence by Oliver Burns



Beach Street Bathrooms 2 by Melissa Lenox Design



New England Style Home West Sussex by Randell Design Group



Palmetto Bluff 15 Nottingham Road by Palmetto Cabinet Studio



Palm Beach Bungalow by Jacki Mallick Designs LLC



Cumberland Drive by Palmetto Cabinet Studio



Bayshore by Prestige Mouldings and Construction Inc



Le Selva Rustic Beach Residence by Mimi Snowden Design



The Bimini Spec by Stofft Cooney Architects



Transitional Contemporary AC109 by Turtle Beach Construction and Remodeling



Clifton by Interiors Etc



Vanity Countertop by Real Stone and Granite Corporation



Mykonos Panormos Villas



Master Baths Art of Living by AlliKriste Custom Cabinetry and Kitchen Design



Okerwaw by Christophers Home Furnishings of Nantucket



Catherines Hope St Croix by Dan Forer Photographer



Tiburon Home Remodel by Mahoney Architects and Interiors



Beach Themed Bathroom by TR Building and Remodeling Inc



Sarasota Island House by MGB Fine Custom Homes


Beach Bathroom Ideas

Do you want to create extraordinary beach themed bathrooms that makes your visitors jealous? Every time you enter your bathroom, you should feel a sense of comfort and happiness. Every aspect from the paint color to the floors to the wall accents should flow and feel cohesive.

Hopefully you can discover some ideas and get inspired below to create the coastal bathroom of your dreams. We have tons of bathroom beach decor below.


Most of the time you will find either some form of tile, marble, or hardwood in a beach themed bathroom. My favorite flooring is sand-colored marble, which makes it feel like you are walking on the beach. Otherwise, white tile tends to be very popular.

Floors are an area where you can really think outside the box. Some beach homes feature beautiful drift or distressed wood floors while others use unique tiles. Check out the cobblestone or pebble tile floors in the bathroom design below.



Comforting colors like light blue or light green can help create a refreshing atmosphere. You should avoid using dark or bright colors as they don’t give the feeling of comfort. Ultimately, you really want to feel like you are watching the beach, surrounded by the sky or surrounded by water.

Wallpaper has become dated and white walls just won’t help your bathroom pop unless you have other nice colors accented throughout. Finally, you want to make sure you can match accents and artwork with your wall color, which I will get into more below.

Quick Painting Tips: Make sure you take out all of the removable items inside the bathroom before you paint. After that, use painter’s tape to avoid getting paint on the ceiling, floor, crown molding, or even your bathtub. Lastly, look for bathroom paint that is mildew resistant.


There is not much worse from a design perspective than an unframed mirror in the bathroom. Unless your mirror goes from the countertops to the ceiling, put a frame on it.

You have a lot of options when it comes to beach frames.

Cabinets and Countertops

The common color theme is generally using white for the cabinets. You usually want your counter-tops to match the floor color because it creates a nice contrast from floor to cabinets to countertop.

You will find cabinets in other colors and styles. One popular style is using cabinets that look like driftwood.

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Beach Wall Decor

One way to add a unique flare to your rooms and walls is to add artwork and accents to your bathroom. Accents can help make an ordinary room look elegant and artwork can help add a nice design touch to your bare walls.


The best thing to do is find beach artwork and coastal accents that will flow perfect with the paint you choose for your bathroom. You do not have to spend a fortune, but you need to find the right pieces for your bathroom.

Beach Shower Curtains

You may have a glass shower so you can skip this section if it doesn’t apply to you. However, the difference between a nice looking beach themed bathroom and a boring bathroom can be the shower curtain. You want a curtain that will mesh well with the wall colors and the accents you have chosen.

For example, imagine you have a nautical theme throughout your home and into your bathroom. Instead of using a plain shower curtain, find something with nautical themes like a compass, anchor, or lighthouse.

Bathroom Accessories

At the very least, your bathroom needs a towel rack, toilet paper holder, and a soap dish. These are essential items in every bathroom so I would consider them necessities.

You would be surprised at the options you have when it comes to simply choosing a towel rack for your bathroom. You can choose a set of anchors with hooks, shells with hooks, or just set-up rope circles.

The most important thing is to remember that everything in your bathroom can be customized, from the soap dish to the towel rack.

In Summary

Each of the ideas above should hopefully give you inspiration when designing your beach themed bathroom. Whether you have a cottage or nautical theme, your options are literally endless.