As it is in life, so it is in home decor: there 's more than just black and white, dark and light. There are many shades in between and sometimes they are the perfect piece to capture the balance. Often decorated with creative patterns, the vessel sinks in-between will bring a completely unique element to your bathroom.
Looking for ways in which you can cut back on wastage of space even while freeing up a tiny room that might serve as your new home office, guest space or even just a cozy, relaxation nook? Combining the laundry room with the bathroom is a great start and even those who have limited space to spare in the bathroom can now give this idea a shot. Designed by Idelfonso Colombo for Scavolini, Laundry Space is an ingenious composition that blends Scavolini 's best contemporary bathrooms with smart shelving and hidden storage units for your washing machine, dryer and iron board to offer the best of both worlds.
Consider where you want to place your black bathroom vanity to create the biggest visual impact. This is where you need to find balance between practicality and form and sometimes sacrificing a few inches of precious space can give you big aesthetic perks. Repeating the hue of the black vanity in the bathrooms also helps in creating a more elegant and curated space.
The vintage coziness that comes with checkerboard floors is an absolute treat. Even though they 're black and white, the tiles will look incredibly beautiful when lit up by the morning sun!
However old-fashioned a checkerboard pattern may feel like, bringing a touch of tradition into an extremely vibrant bathroom can only stabilize it and offers another outlook on the hidden magic of gentle colored checkered patterns.
As opposed to some far-fetched, futuristic fantasy, the bathroom of the future will be made up of several essential, realistic components: sustainability, technology and good design will be key to bathroom innovation. One company in the vanguard of this is Noken, a manufacturer of bathroom equipment and part of the Porcelanosa Group.