Published at Sunday, June 17th 2018. In bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
There are some trends that vanish within no time whatsoever. Then there are trends that last beyond just a few seasons and become part of an entire generation. When industrial style was back in trend, many felt that it was going to vanish away in absolutely no time at all. That was barely the case and even several years down the lie, homeowners today are only falling in love with modern-industrial style over and over again! With that in mind, it makes plenty of sense to explore the latest in industrial style design and decorating and find out ways in which it has evolved and adapted to meet the needs of fast-paced world today.
If you think about it, the spa-inspired bathroom design is not all that far off from the simplicity, unassuming elegance and light-filled radiance that Scandinavian style is renowned for. Adapt this style in the already white bathroom. It even helps with your spring cleaning objectives by decluttering the space and giving it a fresh, spacious and cheerful appeal. We do suggest adding a bright, possibly colorful or visually attractive focal point in the form of tiles, vanity or artwork to make it a space with a touch of distinctive personality! At the end of the day, it is YOUR bathroom!
When it comes to decorating your home, there are three rooms that you need to get absolutely spot on – the bedroom, kitchen and the bathroom. Yes, other spaces like the living room, dining area and home office are also essential. But if you carefully look at the time you spend in your house, you will realize that it is the former trio that defines the quality of your life! Having already shared with our readers small apartment dining room and bedroom ideas, we feel it is only apt we give them a glimpse into the best tiny apartment bathrooms. This is a collection that you just cannot miss!
Of course, trying out a surface clad in concrete means you will have to design a room that can adapt to its raw, unpolished and industrial appeal. Rather than being a limiting factor, concrete as a material opens up new decorating avenues and today we share with you the best bathrooms clad in concrete. Some embrace it fully with walls and flooring in concrete while others take it slow with just a concrete vanity. No matter, which look you prefer, this is a look at how you can bring concrete to the bathroom in style!
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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