Published at Thursday, 13 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.
Concrete floor tiles are quickly becoming popular in homes across the world because they are much more affordable than other flooring finishes and far more durable. Concrete’s innate toughness makes it a hit in the bathroom and you will not have to worry about water damage constantly. Concrete as a flooring surface is easy to maintain and also creates a smart, neutral backdrop allowing you to add different layers of color and contrast with ease.
Blue and white is a color scheme in the bathroom that works for a variety of styles – from coastal and beach to Scandinavian and minimal. But before you pick a style and color scheme, you need to find a place for the bathroom in your already constricted apartment! Modern design and a world of multi-tasking possibilities has seen apartment owners opt for bathroom cubicles with additional space above them which can be used for everything ranging from a second bedroom to work area and storage space. Small, deftly engineered cubes serving as bathrooms can be crafted using translucent glass, wood or any other material of your choice. They appear sophisticated and do so without wasting an inch of space.
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