Published at Saturday, 08 September 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
A bathroom setup like this one, in addition to being practical and user-friendly because of the separate sinks and generous storage, also looks very refined, welcoming and sophisticated. It‘s an interesting option for open bathrooms that seamlessly blend into the bedroom suite.
Speaking of scalloped tile designs and colors, a cool idea can be to combine three or more colors, one of which is a neutral. The others can be different shades of the same color or can contrast with each other for a more vibrant and eye-catching display. There are many different ways to introduce color into a bathroom, including painting the walls, choosing a particular type of flooring, through certain types of fixtures but also through accent details such as the fixtures and the little things like the color of the towels, a potted plant or a curtain. Keep in mind that a luxury bathroom rarely has very bold colors in its design.The bathroom mat can also be a source of color for this room. Of course, if the bathroom is large and spacious, you could actually have an area rug in there and that means a basically unlimited source of colors, patterns and interesting designs. There also certain combinations of colors which are known to look good and to suit certain styles. For example, in a modern or contemporary bathroom you might use shades of gray and yellow in combination with white. You can use these colors in a lot of ways, including on the furniture, the walls, the floor or even the little things like the soap dispenser, the towels or a bathroom plant.
Symmetry can be a good thing as it makes spaces seem more welcoming, comfortable and familiar and you can take advantage of that if you`re planning to have two sinks in your bathroom anyway. Here`s yet another example of how double sink vanities with symmetrical designs can look exquisite. In this case the bathroom mirrors with lights also help to emphasize the elegance and sophistication of the space.
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