Let 's wrap up, shall we? As you probably noticed, the bathroom design ideas featured at The Land of Nod were a big inspiration for today 's post. Neutral walls and flooring keep the look timeless, and bright accents remind us that kids ' spaces can be created with a few colorful pieces. If the room is well thought out (storage and step stools are often necessities), the rest can fall into place. Happy decorating!
It is easy to fall in love with a color combination that is as alluring, charming and trendy as yellow and gray. Arguably one of the hottest color duos around, yellow and gray bring along with them a unique charisma that combines elegant refinement with a dash of sun-kissed goodness. It is a beautiful blend of sophistication and cheerfulness that can be used in versatile spaces ranging from the contemporary living room to the relaxing bedroom. Today, we turn our attention towards bathrooms that are draped in this hip and timeless color scheme.
It is the rugged natural edge of the vanity top that gives it a unique identity and allows you to create a custom bathroom that is truly exceptional. But it is important to ensure that the lighting around the live-edge vanity is absolutely perfect to bring out its very best and highlight all those knots, nicks and cuts that make it so very special.
The perception that black vanities work in only polished, modern bathrooms is just a misconception that is being fanned by those picture-perfect bathrooms on catalogs and décor magazines. The black vanity can easily fit into any style that you already have going in the bathroom. It all depends on the material that you choose and the finish. A vanity in polished stone or with man-made finishes obviously looks great in the minimal, contemporary and transitional bathroom. One the other hand, a dark wooden vanity with a distressed finish is perfect for traditional, shabby chic, eclectic and rustic spaces.
The Vitae collection is both organic in its design and futuristic. How did you achieve this balance? When you work with a natural inspiration such as water, it is easy to come to an organic design—it 's what we expect for a bathroom collection. Futuristic? Yes, it is also futuristic and here you can observe the hand of Zaha Hadid. So, the balance comes because of two paths joining in a unique idea.
A simple copper bathtub is a great element for a simplistic, minimalist bathroom that is in need of a compelling piece! This big and luxurious bathroom almost feels like you can get lost in it! If it wasn 't for the copper bathtub in the center, you wouldn 't even know where to look! We love how it brings all the attention to itself and is a great contrast to the dark wood interior!