Published at Friday, June 08th 2018. In bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
There is a reason why the classics are the classics and if you love a bit of timeless traditional charm in the bathroom, then now is the time to shed the modern cloak and give the space an upgrade. Giving the bathroom a more classic appeal comes with bathroom fixtures with warm, metallic glint, a touch of gold here and there and plenty of textural contrast as well. You can still choose a predominant style – be it eclectic, rustic, art décor or shabby with a touch of elegance! A vintage bathtub, weathered wooden vanity and a lovely chandelier should complete this refined space.
You need not always commit to concrete in a grand fashion and those wanting to start out small can obviously try out the concrete floating vanity before they take a bigger plunge. Couple it with floating wooden shelves or even marble surfaces and you have a more inviting and relaxing bathroom with a spa-styled ambiance. The smaller concrete elements offer textural contrast in otherwise monotonous contemporary bathrooms and do so without altering its color palette.
There are some trends that vanish within no time whatsoever. Then there are trends that last beyond just a few seasons and become part of an entire generation. When industrial style was back in trend, many felt that it was going to vanish away in absolutely no time at all. That was barely the case and even several years down the lie, homeowners today are only falling in love with modern-industrial style over and over again! With that in mind, it makes plenty of sense to explore the latest in industrial style design and decorating and find out ways in which it has evolved and adapted to meet the needs of fast-paced world today.
The popular idea among homeowners is that concrete finishes force you down the minimal contemporary route when it comes to bathroom style. But that is far from the truth and you can obviously try out the industrial style as well in a bathroom with concrete and brick wall finishes. With a dash of aging wood, rustic style makes an appearance while shabby chic also finds space when you keep the backdrop completely neutral and add in the tight décor.
We are always exploring new ways in which we can bring color and pattern into our homes. Of course, we want to do this in a curated and classy manner. It should not feel forced. Finding the right setting for the right theme and style is essential here. And there are few rooms in our homes where we can try out ‘something new’ without it being garish or over the top. The powder room is undoubtedly one of these places. It allows you to experiment with ‘hot trends’ before bringing them to the living room, bedroom or the kitchen. Today, we explore one such trend with ‘modern Mediterranean’ style and ways in which it can be used to revamp your tiny powder room.
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