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.
The thing about a copper bathtub when you look at it from afar, it almost seems like it 's a part of an altar, just waiting there to be worshiped. Build your bathroom around the tub and treat every bathing time like a ritual! This bathtub has a strong antique charm and will definitely appeal to those who like worn-out elements! The shabby look and copper 's vintage presence are absolutely marvelous!
What is a relatively small bathroom instantly gains in space when it has a diagonal checkerboard floor! The pattern is perfect for narrow spaces that need the illusion of expansion. Say goodbye to claustrophobic bathrooms and hello to ones that feel like a dynamic cozy space!
Blush is one of today 's biggest color trends. Yes, pink is almost a neutral in today 's design realm. Take advantage of pink 's popularity in your guest/kids ' bath, especially since selections like these Organic Jacquard Bath Towels in Pink are at the ready. Bonus: they 're crafted from 100% organic cotton.
A turquoise bathroom is easily called a magical place. It has a certain charm that cannot be found in other colors, due to its canny resemblance to clear ocean water that fits so well with the bathroom theme. If you decide to go with the minty look and dress up your bathroom in the striking color of mint, your bathroom may end up looking a little retro. It 's a great choice for a smaller but open bathroom that needs to feel intimate and welcoming.
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.