Published at Saturday, 15 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
You would think that a combination that is as basic as white and wood would have been around forever. Yet in the world of bathrooms, it is a newfound duo that is getting plenty of love. The spa-inspired bathrooms in white look even better when coupled with vanities and accessories in natural wood. Wood gives these polished and undoubtedly urbane spaces an inherent organic vibe filled with plenty of warmth. It is a combination of contrasts that fashions a soothing and cultured bathroom.
The popular idea among homeowners is that concrete finishes force you down the minimal contemporary route when it comes to bathroom style. But that is far from the truth and you can obviously try out the industrial style as well in a bathroom with concrete and brick wall finishes. With a dash of aging wood, rustic style makes an appearance while shabby chic also finds space when you keep the backdrop completely neutral and add in the tight décor.
Yellow is a perennially popular color in bathrooms and in a space that is draped predominantly in white, pops of yellow make a big impact visually. You can start by introducing yellow accents in small fashion and then expand by adding a yellow accent wall or even a ceiling painted in yellow. A smart, sunny bathtub in bold yellow set against a smart white background is another showstopper that will uplift the mood inside the bathroom with class and ease.
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