Published at Saturday, 15 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
Recycling and reusing materials helps both you and the planet immensely. In a design world that is far more eco-conscious than ever before, it is barely a surprise that ‘fashionable trends’ also come with a heavy green tinge. Last year we harped on about the use of reclaimed wood in bathrooms and its many benefits. Today, it is the turn of upcycled bathroom vanities and all the charm that they bring! Old bicycles, bedroom dressers, forgotten slabs of wood in the basement, wooden crates and a whole lot more – pretty much everything and anything can be converted into a bathroom vanity these days.
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.
There are plenty of ways in which you can create a gorgeous feature wall in the bathroom, but we once again suggest you go down the tiled route this summer and fall. Tiled backdrops that paint a lovely picture are a hot trend you simply cannot miss while a colorful backdrop using subway tiles is a less flashy, more common alternative. Accent wood walls in the bathroom do require a bit more in terms of care, but they are well worth the extra effort in a sophisticated contemporary bathroom that is devoid of warmth.
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