If a monochromatic look seems a little too intense for your home there’s an easy way to brighten up the space while adding more visual interest: Just add natural materials such as wood stone or metal. Choose one or incorporate a variety.
Opt for larger floor tile in a small bathroom: When selecting floor tile choose larger units and patterns that are subtle rather than busy. Less breaking up of the floor lines equates to less visual chopping with your eyes. Flooring should compliment your bathroom and by using small floor tile you will detract from your goal of enlarging the space.
The idea of using gold in a bathroom may seem outdated. But this look has recently been experiencing a resurgence and let us assure you that it certainly brings the luxurious touch that one would expect.
In fact over 50% of new builds in the United States are now equipped with a whirlpool bath. Spa equipment has grown by 10% year on year and is set to continue its growth in 2014.
Traditionally choosing furniture for a modern space meant staying within the Art Deco Shaker or Mission styles. More recently Scandinavian-inspired products have also been included in this category. Whichever design your bathroom furnishings are try to ensure that they are as simplistic as possible and have a clearly defined shape.
The key to using gold in a modern context is to focus on cutting-edge shapes. Look for items like waterfall faucets and minimalist shower controls in this finish. Also remember that when it comes to gold less is more. Use it as an accent in your design rather than a main component.