If you want a toilet place that is organized, decorated and, to top it off, easy to clean, you are in need of a bathroom with a niche! This item that can be hung or built into the wall will bring a touch of practicality and elegance to your room.
A niche is basically made to organize things, in its traditional version, it is made with a hollow bottom, and that is, it has only the sides. It can be nailed to the wall or embedded in a closet or on the wall itself, the niche has the ability to give a striking touch where it is placed.
There are several models of colors, shapes and materials that can make your bathroom stand out. So, if you want help choosing the best options, keep reading and see the 80 photos we’ve separated for you to be inspired!
Bathroom decoration with niche
If you like a minimalist environment and want to have a decoration as simple as possible in your bathroom, using the niche as a decorative item will be an excellent option. On the other hand, if you want to use it as a frame for your decorative item, we have brought different options for this combination that will allow you to have a decorated bathroom.
If you are a flower lover, the niche can serve as a frame for this work of nature. In addition to being beautiful, the flowers and plants bring a freshness into the room by referring to nature. Small pots will make the bathroom more delicate. The colored flowers, on the other hand, are ideal for environments with neutral colors.
But, if you have an exclusive bathroom for a child, this space, in addition to decorating, will help organize toys. Here it is important to leave the lowest niches so that it is within reach of the little ones.
It is possible to abuse the colors and formats and place them in unusual places, such as built-in cabinets under the sink, for example.
However, if you don’t like plants and don’t have children at home, there are several other items that can be displayed in the niches such as towels, toilet paper, books and even matching containers.
The golden tip is not to overdo the decoration, a niche with several different items or several niches with different types of objects can end up giving the feeling of a disorganized bathroom.
Image 1: Black and white bathroom with three niches on the wall behind the toilet.
Image 2: Small bathroom with large wooden niche built into the wall.
Image 3: Bathroom with recessed niches in a horizontal and a vertical strip.
Image 4: Niches made of crates on a bathroom wall.
Image 5: Bathroom with built-in wooden niche coupled with a mirror above the sink.
Image 6: Bathroom with niche decorated with tiles.
Image 7: Niche embedded in the left corner of the wall in a vertical strip with decorative items and hygiene utensils.
Image 8: Round niches decorated with toilet paper, plant and rope.
Image 9: Bathroom with recessed niches on top of the toilet and beside the bathtub.
Image 10: Children’s bathroom with blue niches decorated with toys.
Image 11: Three different sized niches decorated with white tablecloths.
Image 12: Colorful bathroom with niches built into the closet and hanging on the wall in the shape of a house.
Image 13: Bathroom with yellow niche and decorated with potted plants.
Image 14: White bathroom with pink details and three niches decorated with small plant pots.
Image 15: Minimalist bathroom with wall width niche.
Image 16: Bathroom with built-in niche next to the toilet.
Image 17: Niche placed on top of the vase and decorated with small potted plants and a mirrored bottom.
Image 18: Bathroom with an organizer niche next to the sink to store hygiene utensils.
Image 19: Wooden niche coupled with a mirrored cabinet and minimalist decoration.
Image 20: Bathroom with built-in niche decorated with a potted plant and a suspended lamp.
Picture 21: Bathroom decorated with pink niches and pictures on the wall.
Image 22: Bathroom with niche filled with partitions and decorated with plants, perfumes and organizing glasses.
Image 23: Dark bathroom with built-in and illuminated niches.
Image 24: Bathroom decorated by Tura da Monica and a niche organizing the toys.
Image 25: Bathroom with glass niche fixed in the mirror.
Image 26: Bathroom with built-in niche decorated with books.
Image 27: Bathroom with colored niches built into the closet.
Bathroom with built-in niche
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Synonymous with sophistication, modernity and elegance, built-in niches are here to stay when it comes to bathroom decoration. They are more common on the walls inside the box, but nothing prevents them from being colored in other areas such as the wall above the sink or the toilet itself.
Placing a niche on the central wall, that is, on the wall facing the door, will provide greater attention to the item, so it is important that it is always organized so as not to make a bad impression on visitors.
When the niche is built in, it allows you to decorate it with its own coating. In fact, this model differs from the traditional one by having a decorated background. An excellent option is to use the same lining as the bathroom insert.
Image 28: Bathroom with large recessed niches next to the bathtub.
Image 29: Wood niche built into the wall and with built-in lighting.
Image 30: Built-in niche with towels in the bathroom partition wall.
Image 31: Bathroom with “L” niche inside the box.
Image 32: Bathroom with niches on the shower’s dividing walls.
Picture 33: Bathroom with black cladding wall and white niche.
Image 34: Box with niche built into the window wall.
Image 35: Children’s bathroom with colored niches built into the mirror cabinet.
Image 36: Two green niches embedded in a mirror.
Image 37: Niches organized with baskets on the wall beside the sink.
Image 38: Black and white bathroom with internal lighting in the niche.
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Image 39: White bathroom with yellow “L” niche and internal lighting.
Image 40: Blue wall with built-in niche inside the box.
Image 41: White bathroom with a small niche built into the box and four more beside the toilet.
Image 42: Illuminated niche with glass shelves.
Image 43: Bathroom covered in neutral colors with decorated niches next to the sink.
Image 44: Niche as wide as the wall and decorated with inserts.
Image 45: Bathroom decorated with niches of different shapes.
Image 46: Bathroom box with niche on a blue and white background.
Image 47: Decorated niches with tablet bottom and small potted plants.
Image 48: Box with large niche with coating that offers a feeling of spaciousness.
Image 49: Central wall decorated in different shades of blue and a lighted built-in niche.
Image 50: Bathroom with three recessed niches on the right side of the sink.
Image 51: Black and gray bathroom with built-in niche.
Image 52: Bathroom with vertically fulfilled niche and glass partitions.
Image 53: Bathroom with bathtub and recessed niche in the side wall.
Image 54: Niche with a bottom covered with the same tile as the floor.
Image 55: Built-in niche beside the sink with wooden shelves.
Image 56: White tile wall with built-in niche with blue background and wooden shelves.
Image 57: Bathroom with two white and round niches on the shower wall.
Image 58: White and blue bathroom with niches on the shower wall and beside the sink.
Image 59: Minimalist bathroom in neutral colors with niche on the shower wall.
Image 60: Illuminated “L” niche with two beauty products.
Image 61: Bathroom with wood wall and white niche beside the bathtub.
Image 62: Box lining in gray with built-in niche and white sink.
Image 63: Bathroom decorated with niches with plant vase and hygiene and beauty products.
Image 64: Gray bathroom with recessed niches inside and outside the box.
Image 65: Round niche in the middle of the white and blue wall.
Wooden niche in the bathroom
There is a very special reason for us to post a topic focusing only on a bathroom with a wooden niche. The first and foremost reason is that most items found are made of this material, however, it does require some care.
Although it is very beautiful and matches almost any bathroom color, wood should not be used in areas that are more prone to getting wet. As it is a natural coating, wood ends up deteriorating more easily in areas where it is in frequent contact with water.
Also, another reason this topic is extremely important is that you can get your hands dirty and make your own niche. It is common that sometimes there is a piece of furniture that is no longer used at home, and why not reuse this material?
As the famous “do it yourself” you can make niches however you want, including the size, shape and color. This way, you will have a bathroom with a much more special niche.
If you like rustic indoor decorations, be sure to read our article on rustic wooden furniture with over 48 inspirations to get inspired.
Image 66: Bathroom with wall decorated with colorful tiles and two wooden niches with potted plants.
Image 67: Colorful bathroom decorated with wooden niche and colorful crates with towels.
Image 68: Horizontal niche under the mirror decorated with few items.
Image 69: Bathroom with wood cladding and two niches of the same material with potted plants and a black and white painting on the wall.
Image 70: Bathroom with three wooden niches on top of the toilet.
Image 71: Wooden niches embedded in a bathroom with a white tile wall.
Image 72: Wall lined with wooden inserts and niches with matching organizer pots.
Image 73: Bathroom niche made with wooden box.
Image 74: Wooden niche matching the woody tone of the cabinet and floor.
Image 75: Bathroom with several niches of different sizes placed around the mirror.
Image 76: Rear wall to the vase with wood cladding and recessed niches.
Image 77: White bathroom with white and brown wooden niches on top of the toilet matching the sink cabinet.
Image 78: Three wooden niches hanging on the wall beside the sink.
Picture 79: Bathroom with modern sink and two wooden niches hanging on the side wall.
Picture 80: Bathroom with wall next to the toilet lined in wood with a niche decorated with plant pots and decorative item.
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