Published at Wednesday, June 13th 2018. In bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
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.
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.
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.
Feel that your small contemporary bathroom is lacking a hint of warmth and elegance? Nothing balances this environment better than wood. Floating wooden vanities fit in seamlessly with modern and transitional styles and they give the tiny, white bathroom a smart focal point. Apart from the obvious textural contrast one gains from the addition, you also are creating an opportunity for a blend of decorating styles down the line.
Finally, we take a look at undoubtedly the most popular bathrooms that welcome exposed, raw concrete gleefully – those with a minimal style. Minimalism and concrete finishes go hand in hand and its seemingly cold, distant aura adds to the appeal of minimal bathrooms. You want to keep bright bold colors away from such spaces as much as possible. But a splash of blue and gray always work well in these dashing bathrooms.
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