Published at Saturday, 15 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
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.
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.
River rocks, polished stones or just pebble tiles that usher in a whole lot of textural contrast – there are plenty of different ways in which you can add that spa-inspired feature to your home. Pebble tiles and river rocks give the bathroom a more soothing and stylish look. It can be the area around the bathtub, the corner shower space or even just a section of the bathroom floor in the corner – pebble tiles make a big difference almost instantly. And you are bound to see more and more of them in the seasons ahead!
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