Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
For reasons we cannot absolutely pinpoint, but can strongly vouch for, orange looks smashing in any industrial style room and does so with complete ease. Orange coupled with gray can give you a balance of something exciting and something understated while a wall of burnt orange is a complete hit as an accent addition. Make sure though that you do not turn to glossy shades of orange as they tend to overwhelm when used in excess.
Yellow is a perennially popular color in bathrooms and in a space that is draped predominantly in white, pops of yellow make a big impact visually. You can start by introducing yellow accents in small fashion and then expand by adding a yellow accent wall or even a ceiling painted in yellow. A smart, sunny bathtub in bold yellow set against a smart white background is another showstopper that will uplift the mood inside the bathroom with class and ease.
Industrial style bathrooms come in a wide range of forms and you can combine a variety of different styles with industrial overtones to create a cool combination. Classic industrial elements like exposed metal elements, duct pipes, large windows with black frames and beautiful brick walls give these rooms a more authentic industrial appeal. Then again, you can choose what you love and mix them with these different color schemes (you will notice that white is omnipresent!) for a truly relaxing and rejuvenating bathroom.
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