The trend for color in the bathroom remains neutral or white in order to showcase elements like a beautiful free‐standing tub or a wall of gorgeous metallic tile. But a bathroom needs a graphic dose of pattern somewhere and bold flooring is the latest. The fluid and seamless curvy design of computers and electronics today is also coming to your bathroom. Boxy angles are out, while beautiful curvy shapes are becoming more available in the bathroom product market.
Today many of us live in small apartments and face the problem of lack of space. Tiny kitchens, tiny bedrooms, tiny kid’s rooms and tiny bathrooms are reality and we should find more and more cool soultions to accomodate everything we need yet get a stylish space, and today I had like to share one of such ideas, special for small bathrooms. Toilet and sink combos are an awesome modern idea that allows saving a lot of space without sacrificing the style.
All homeowners look for bright, open spaces. The brighter your bathroom, the larger it looks. And if you are investing time and money into upgrading your bathroom, do not let your design choices go unnoticed in a dark, shadowy room—lighting will showcase your bathroom remodel investment beautifully. Three ways to create a brighter bathroom, Add windows and skylights, use lighting for different purposes throughout the bathroom, choose finishes and surfaces that are reflective and light. When thinking about remodeling your bathroom, be sure to ask yourself if each item fits the three features above.
This bathroom vanity was made from an old wooden filing cabinet with metal handles. A white marble top provides ample surface space, in addition to two sinks. Stylish credenza. A buffet or sideboard is a long and low piece of furniture most often found in a dining or living room. Though it is typically used for storing utensils, table linens, serving dishes and the like, it provides lots of functional storage and surface space when repurposed as a bathroom vanity. This one has circular design details that contrast with the rectangular wall tiles. Its light khaki color and wood top add warmth to the room.
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