Bathroom mirrors have come a long way in the last few decades with options ranging from the simple and minimal to those that are far more ornate and bring back the charm and glitz of art deco at its flowing best. And if you are thinking about revamping your bathroom or want to plan for an entirely new bathroom, then we have the latest and trendiest collection of mirrors to get you started in the right direction. Enjoy!
Small yellow accents in the gray bathroom such as a stylish stool or side table next to the bathtub in bright yellow, a gorgeous rug in mustard yellow, or even a shower curtain and a few towels in gold or canary yellow can make a huge visual impact. But you can take this a step further with a shower curtain or a tiled shower wall that ushers in bold stripes or even the chevron pattern. Instead of just blocks of yellow set against a gray backdrop, geometric shapes and even eclectic patterns can enhance the impact of yellow, even as the gray background keeps things uncluttered and urbane.
This rustic bathroom setting combines the stone sink with an antique mirror and wooden surface, proving that incorporating other natural materials together with the vessel sink is a fantastic idea! A rustic bathroom will absolutely be the perfect home for a stone vessel sink.
There 's something so special about a turquoise bathroom that we can easily compare it to a spa. Bathing in such a captivating space will feel like a ritual, thanks to the cold color palette creating an extraordinary ambiance! A blend of different turquoise hues creates much diversity in the space, balancing the bold dark tiles with the light mint bathtub. The interior feels harmonious and consistent, perfectly capturing both sides of the turquoise color; the side that is bold and the one that is peaceful!
A glamorous and posh bathroom that already radiates in many elements of gold and the bright white interior can only be improved by energizing gold-toned checkerboard tiles.
A modern turquoise bathroom seeks inspiration in coastal decor, highlighting the color 's resemblance to the sea. When paired with white elements and bright lights the room almost gives an illusion of being at the beach. An open bathroom with a lot of daylight benefits from light turquoise interior. It creates a feeling of familiarity and security, the soft colors not dominating the room but rather making way for the abundance of natural lighting.