Vast and luxurious bathrooms already have a grandiose look to them, but if you don 't want to get too carried away with the modern look, a checkered floor will balance the scale with its vintage flair.
Despite having to shop for décor and vanity that saves space, one does not really have to forego their ‘style ambitions ' for the bathroom. A small art deco style vanity in the corner can be a big hit and give your bathroom an alternative look that takes it away from the mundane. These ornate, slim and at times sculptural pedestal sinks and modest vanities can help in completely reimagining the bathroom space. Those who prefer a more ‘organic ' vibe can opt for the natural wood look while ones seeking a bit more glitz and glam can consider shopping for a vanity with mirrored finish and Hollywood Regency style. The choices are well and truly endless!
Vitae—meaning ‘life '—comprises fluid lines that conjure up images of flowing water. As a vital source of life, how does Vitae 's design ensure water is managed sustainably? A responsible use of water is vital and when designing Vitae, we kept this in mind. As a result, Vitae bathroom taps incorporate a water flow rate limiter of 5 litres per minute, when the standard flow rate is 12 litres per minute.
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.
Green and gray is a less common combination in the bathroom (or for that matter, in any room of the house), and it is hard to pull off unless you get the balance absolutely right. You might want to stay away from very dark shades of green when combining it with gray in the bathroom, as it can create a dull and at times garish atmosphere. Lighter tones of gray combine with lime green and olive green, with a matte finish working well in classic, Victorian and shabby chic style bathrooms, while contemporary bathrooms in gray benefit from simple pops of green.
Apart from offering textural contrast inside the modern bathroom, a live-edge vanity top can also be a smart space saver when placed in the corner of a tiny powder room where every inch matters. Since you do not need too much storage or even counter space, a small slab of wood will do the trick, and combined with the right sink and plumbing, you can create a wide range of styles that vary from industrial to rustic. Sconce lighting next to the mirror or a simple pendant light along with the frame of the mirror used in the powder room can define this style and reinforce it with ease.