Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
Thinking of taking a more classical approach to decorating the industrial bathroom? Then the black and white color scheme is a route that always works. It also allows you to use large, dark metallic frames with ease and the white backdrop ensures that all metallic accents and industrial elements stand out visually.
We do get quickly bored with more of the same; not just as a set of individuals, but as a collective group of people. This is probably what drives our spirit to try out new things and keeps the trends chart alive and kicking at all times. Of course, trying out new materials in your home is a tricky and even risky affair. It is not for those with commitment issues when it comes to decorating their home. But for the confident few who wish to give the trendy new finish in town a shot, concrete is undoubtedly the way forward! Nothing revolutionary and yet delightfully fresh, exposed concrete finishes are once again ‘cool’!
It is amazing how blue and white as a color duo works in every room and almost any decorating style that you can think of. Blue and white industrial bathrooms feel a lot more modern than those in other hues and yet have a raw, elegant aura about them. Working with this color scheme allows you to easily switch between styles down the line and you can use accessories and accents to enhance the industrial side of the bathroom without committing to it fully.
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