Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018. In bathroom. By Marea.
It is amazing how blue and white as a color duo works in every room and almost any decorating style that you can think of. Blue and white industrial bathrooms feel a lot more modern than those in other hues and yet have a raw, elegant aura about them. Working with this color scheme allows you to easily switch between styles down the line and you can use accessories and accents to enhance the industrial side of the bathroom without committing to it fully.
Thinking of taking a more classical approach to decorating the industrial bathroom? Then the black and white color scheme is a route that always works. It also allows you to use large, dark metallic frames with ease and the white backdrop ensures that all metallic accents and industrial elements stand out visually.
Choosing tiles for the small bathroom is a touch tricky because you do not want to visually fragment an already compact space. Once again, it is the white subway tiles that emerge as the leader of the pack here, but for those looking for something different, the 6-sided tiles are the trendiest option. Hexagonal floor and wall tiles are currently a hit and from the large ones in gray to tiny penny sized copper wonders; you have a delightful array of options to pick from.
There are some trends that vanish within no time whatsoever. Then there are trends that last beyond just a few seasons and become part of an entire generation. When industrial style was back in trend, many felt that it was going to vanish away in absolutely no time at all. That was barely the case and even several years down the lie, homeowners today are only falling in love with modern-industrial style over and over again! With that in mind, it makes plenty of sense to explore the latest in industrial style design and decorating and find out ways in which it has evolved and adapted to meet the needs of fast-paced world today.
There was a time when wood, brick and any other unpolished surface was considered simply ‘unacceptable and regressive’ in the modern bathroom. Unsurprisingly, that wave has passed and the trends of 90’s are starting to give way to more organic design elements. If you are not already on this bandwagon, the mirrors with wooden frames give you a fine and easy start. Once again, view this as a piece that brings warmth and contrast to a bathroom that is otherwise sophisticated and largely monochromatic.
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