Less is truly more when it comes to modern spaces. In this school of design rather than thinking of negative space as something empty that needs to be filled it’s seen as an active detail in creating a minimalist aesthetic. The key to pulling off this look is making every design element count.
Vibrant and energetic both words which most of us need to have an injection of in our lives. Nothing gives this feeling quite like intrepid floral wall art. We’ve seen this trend grow in the bedroom and it’s also growing in the bathroom market too. Take the design below it’s enough to blow the mind of everybody who enters the bathroom (for better or worse depending upon taste) but one thing is for sure; it’s going to pull the eyes of every set which enters into that bathroom.
Change the swing of your door: If your current door swings into your bathroom consider flipping the door around so it swings out of the bathroom. When doing this ensure that the door is not swinging into a heavily trafficked hallway or space. If you can consider installing a pocket door that slides into the wall and doesn’t require a door swing. Pocket doors are also visually appealing because they “hide” inside the wall!
This trend works with traditional long boards as in the design below as well as square and rectangular tiles. Use the same tones on the cupboards and units with the bathroom as they’ll complement each other felicitously.
When dealing with a master suite personal style reigns supreme. Are you someone who prefers a claw-foot tub for long baths over a quick shower? Done. On this project though your goal is to appeal to the masses: your best friend your mother-in-law and everyone in between.
A bit of an overlap here with the natural materials trend aforementioned rich toned wooden flooring has to have its own mention with a pictorial example as it’s a winning trend within a trend. This is probably going to be one of the most popular trends for the bathroom in 2014 which will also be popular in the kitchen.