Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
Thinking of taking a more classical approach to decorating the industrial bathroom? Then the black and white color scheme is a route that always works. It also allows you to use large, dark metallic frames with ease and the white backdrop ensures that all metallic accents and industrial elements stand out visually.
For reasons we cannot absolutely pinpoint, but can strongly vouch for, orange looks smashing in any industrial style room and does so with complete ease. Orange coupled with gray can give you a balance of something exciting and something understated while a wall of burnt orange is a complete hit as an accent addition. Make sure though that you do not turn to glossy shades of orange as they tend to overwhelm when used in excess.
We are always exploring new ways in which we can bring color and pattern into our homes. Of course, we want to do this in a curated and classy manner. It should not feel forced. Finding the right setting for the right theme and style is essential here. And there are few rooms in our homes where we can try out ‘something new’ without it being garish or over the top. The powder room is undoubtedly one of these places. It allows you to experiment with ‘hot trends’ before bringing them to the living room, bedroom or the kitchen. Today, we explore one such trend with ‘modern Mediterranean’ style and ways in which it can be used to revamp your tiny powder room.
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