Published at Monday, July 02nd 2018. In bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
We already discussed about how popular white is in the small bathroom. It is one thing to use it in order to fashion a relaxing bathroom and a whole different ball game when you want an all-white bathroom. Small, all-white bathrooms look absolutely gorgeous, but they require plenty of care and maintenance. Since bright and old colors are either limited or non-existent in these settings, you actually need to choose a style and stick to it ardently in order to give the bathroom a personality of its own. A dash of pastel power and metallic magic can also enliven these monochromatic settings.
You do need the right style and size to get it spot on. Even in the most polished contemporary bathroom, the upcycled vanity is a welcome addition that provides textural and visual contrast. It is even more at home in rustic, farmhouse and industrial style bathrooms.
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 is a reason why the classics are the classics and if you love a bit of timeless traditional charm in the bathroom, then now is the time to shed the modern cloak and give the space an upgrade. Giving the bathroom a more classic appeal comes with bathroom fixtures with warm, metallic glint, a touch of gold here and there and plenty of textural contrast as well. You can still choose a predominant style – be it eclectic, rustic, art décor or shabby with a touch of elegance! A vintage bathtub, weathered wooden vanity and a lovely chandelier should complete this refined space.
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.
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