Usually when you read about bathroom design ideas the master bath is the focus. While your ensuite can serve as your own personal escape it’s not the only washroom that deserves consideration. A well-thought-out guest bathroom for example can be both a gift to your family and friends and a source of never-ending compliments.
Triangular tiles laid in a 3D cube pattern trick the eye into seeing more depth and keep a tile half-wall from looking monolithic. Give a modern bathroom a touch of vintage softness with shell-shaped deco tiles. A curvy vintage mirror sconces and brass fixtures finish the classic look.
This tip is more about function than aesthetics but it is one that your guests will truly appreciate. Whoever comes to visit they’ll likely be bringing a host of toiletries of their own and they’ll need somewhere to put them. Make sure your guest bathroom includes plenty of room for your visitors to spread out during their stay.
Using natural materials is a trend which you’ll see in every other sphere of the design world in 2014. Natural materials unlike the riskier patterns above are generally timeless and will stand the test of time. If it’s a renovation look to see if there are natural aged beams in the ceiling which have the potential to be uncovered and reconditioned with stain or a lovely beeswax.
Since many of the materials used in modern design have a tendency to come off as cold or even a little harsh it becomes necessary to infuse a sense of warmth and comfort back into the room. One easy way to do that is by layering different textures throughout the space.
Modern interior design came about as a reaction to the ornate and almost baroque styles that came before it. As such the main focus of this school of design is to act as the antithesis of of those other looks. Rather than having lots of details and embellishments modern furniture relies on clean lines and stark contrasts.