Research has found that these hotel bathrooms are the most likely to make a splash on your Instagram feed. Find out more..
Image: The Silo Hotel
The bathroom isn't always the most inspiring space in the home, but if you want yours to be Instagram-worthy, some of the social media platform's most popular spaces might be a good place to start to look.
New research from Mira Showers has uncovered the hotel bathrooms most likely to go viral on Instagram - and though the majority of these hotels come with an eye-watering cost for an overnight stay, we've dug in to what lessons you can learn for your own home.
One thing you'll undoubtedly notice in this list is that the view from the bathroom is almost always as important as the bathroom itself. While you may not be able to recreate the beautiful setting of the Conrad Maldives, always try to optimise the amount of natural light your bathroom can get.
The Silo Hotel
The distinctive geometric windows are featured throughout the Silo Hotel in South Africa, proving that a bathroom doesn't have to be a blank white space. These bathroom suites also use pattern and colour in a fun way that adds to the overall 'wow' factor.
Hotel Punta Tragara
Travel influencer and blogger, @imbeingerica, explains the phenomenon that makes the likes of this hotel bathroom so Instagram-worthy: “Bathrooms are typically the least inspiring place on Earth, so when one looks like somewhere you'd want to eat your brunch at and invite your pals over to see, you know it's going to get the likes!"
The Udaya Spa & Resort
With its famous flower petal baths, it's not hard to see why this Indonesian spa retreat gets some many double-taps on Instagram. Let this serve as a reminder to bring some botanical elements into your bathroom - they're sure to help you relax. Find out which types of plants thrive in the bathroom.
The Piggery, Devon
One of only two UK entries in the top 10 most Instagrammable bathrooms, the Piggery in Devon has dual bath tubs located in the gorgeous Devonshire countryside. When it doubt double up, and while not many of us will have room for two bath tubs, his and her vanity sinks make for a more visually appealing, and more functional, space.
Which of these Instagrammable spaces float your boat? Tweet us @goodhomesmag, post a comment on our Facebook page and let us know by tagging us in your bathroom photos on Instagram!