Published at Saturday, 15 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
Recycling and reusing materials helps both you and the planet immensely. In a design world that is far more eco-conscious than ever before, it is barely a surprise that ‘fashionable trends’ also come with a heavy green tinge. Last year we harped on about the use of reclaimed wood in bathrooms and its many benefits. Today, it is the turn of upcycled bathroom vanities and all the charm that they bring! Old bicycles, bedroom dressers, forgotten slabs of wood in the basement, wooden crates and a whole lot more – pretty much everything and anything can be converted into a bathroom vanity these days.
Concrete walls in the bathroom make an impact instantly and do so in an understated fashion that they are so very capable of. You will notice the sudden shift in ambiance and while you might want to add a few wooden elements or even a couple of indoor planets to usher in bit more warmth, there is absolutely no doubting the minimal sophistication that concrete brings. It keeps things simple and you are often forced to de-clutter to keep up with its refined appeal.
There was a time when wood, brick and any other unpolished surface was considered simply ‘unacceptable and regressive’ in the modern bathroom. Unsurprisingly, that wave has passed and the trends of 90’s are starting to give way to more organic design elements. If you are not already on this bandwagon, the mirrors with wooden frames give you a fine and easy start. Once again, view this as a piece that brings warmth and contrast to a bathroom that is otherwise sophisticated and largely monochromatic.
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