Published at Saturday, 15 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
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.
You would think that a combination that is as basic as white and wood would have been around forever. Yet in the world of bathrooms, it is a newfound duo that is getting plenty of love. The spa-inspired bathrooms in white look even better when coupled with vanities and accessories in natural wood. Wood gives these polished and undoubtedly urbane spaces an inherent organic vibe filled with plenty of warmth. It is a combination of contrasts that fashions a soothing and cultured bathroom.
There are a few trends that change with passing seasons and years and some that start to define an entire decade or two. When it comes to using hexagonal tiles in the bathroom, we could well be looking at the latter with these geometric tiles finding space in both kitchens and bathrooms across the globe. Be it in bright, brilliant hues or in neutral colors, the hexagonal tile is instantly noticeable in any space it adorns. In the bathroom shower area, these tiles appear even more gorgeous with the rest of the bathroom remaining as neutral as possible.
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