Published at Saturday, April 07th 2018. In bathroom. By Gaetane.
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.
The popular idea among homeowners is that concrete finishes force you down the minimal contemporary route when it comes to bathroom style. But that is far from the truth and you can obviously try out the industrial style as well in a bathroom with concrete and brick wall finishes. With a dash of aging wood, rustic style makes an appearance while shabby chic also finds space when you keep the backdrop completely neutral and add in the tight décor.
A bit of metallic fervor adds a whole lot of glitter and this is true for every room in your house. In the bathroom, you are at an added advantage of not having to search for opportunities to introduce bold metallic elements. Bath fixtures in brass and chrome are both equally appealing, but on the opposite ends of the visual spectrum. On feels rich, warm and classic. The other urbane, modern and cool! Metal bathtubs with a flair for the vintage and even bespoke metal-tiled backsplashes help in taking this vivacity to whole new level.
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.
Finally, we take a look at undoubtedly the most popular bathrooms that welcome exposed, raw concrete gleefully – those with a minimal style. Minimalism and concrete finishes go hand in hand and its seemingly cold, distant aura adds to the appeal of minimal bathrooms. You want to keep bright bold colors away from such spaces as much as possible. But a splash of blue and gray always work well in these dashing bathrooms.
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