We already talked about how the material you choose for the black vanity can define the style of your bathroom. Take this a step further by carefully selecting the finish of the vanity and the fixtures and accessories around it. Beyond the glossy lacquered and matte finishes, think of the material used for vanity handles, sink, countertop and the bathroom fixtures. A dark vanity with white marble countertop is a hot favorite among homeowners and those who love warm metallic glint can throw in brass handles and bathroom fitting. If you prefer cooler metallics, then chrome handles and fittings are the way to go.
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.
Pink might not really be a color of choice for most in the modern bathroom, but it surely stands out from the pack and gives the gray bathroom a snazzy, cheerful appeal. Since the color is inevitably associated with all things feminine, you cannot really escape this aspect while using it in the bathroom as well. But those daring enough to try hot pinks and bolder fuchsia will be able to fashion a modern bathroom that is anything but girlish! Look beyond the stereotype and you will easily see how this combination of gray and pink can create a cozy and comforting escape.
Last but not least, while current powder room trends seem to favor neutral tones, don 't be afraid to add bold pops of color. Vivid bath towels and mats are a great way to bring in a big dose of personality. And there are plenty of modern designs that both children and grown-ups will love.
Blue bathrooms are simply timeless, and they never fail to impress. But this winter, try out something beyond the usual and venture beyond the classic color duo of blue and white by bringing gray into the spectrum. Gray and blue as a combination is far more exciting and it presents you with a wide range of opportunities, as you can even add white as the third color in the room. Lighter shades of blue can also be used extensively, even as gray takes a backseat in these elegant bathrooms.
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.