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.
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.
It is amazing how blue and white as a color duo works in every room and almost any decorating style that you can think of. Blue and white industrial bathrooms feel a lot more modern than those in other hues and yet have a raw, elegant aura about them. Working with this color scheme allows you to easily switch between styles down the line and you can use accessories and accents to enhance the industrial side of the bathroom without committing to it fully.
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