Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
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.
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.
It is amazing how blue and white as a color duo works in every room and almost any decorating style that you can think of. Blue and white industrial bathrooms feel a lot more modern than those in other hues and yet have a raw, elegant aura about them. Working with this color scheme allows you to easily switch between styles down the line and you can use accessories and accents to enhance the industrial side of the bathroom without committing to it fully.
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