By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Interior. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 20:03:13 PM.
I’m starting a new section from which you will get inspiration for your designing ideas that you want to implement in your home (or in someone else’s in case you’re an interior designer). The first article in this section is about bathroom interior design. It may not be the most important part of the house but it’s a necessity to make it classy.
The main idea behind bathroom design is to create a space which feels homey, but looks modern, and that’s a challenging task. You can either take the shortcut of applying a modern neutral-vivid scheme which won’t be popular in few years, or go the extra mile to find the right little touches that can make it both cozy and luxurious. These accessories are everywhere around us, and their cost is rather modest, but you have to know how to combine them in a contemporary theme which can attract attention.
Freestanding tubs are a staple for modern bathroom designs. Balance is key, so keep things symmetrical and sharp by strategically placing your tub in a spot that enhances the feng shui of your bathroom. Traditionally bathtubs are the familiar oval shape, however give a rectangular or pedestal tub a try.
Floating fittings visually max the space, as more of the floor can be seen, and make cleaning a breeze. You can always use the area underneath to store toiletries in pretty wicker baskets. A palette of off-whites and tonal greys will make your bathroom feel large and airy, while wall integrated taps keep the look minimal and well-finished.
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