When designing a modern space the first step is to get rid of (or at least hide) any unneeded clutter. Once the room is cleared add a few multifunctional pieces. Be sure that every element you bring in has a clearly defined purpose in addition to driving home your modern aesthetic. Carefully distribute items throughout the room so that it feels balanced.
Your sink and how much space you can maneuver around it is crucial in the use of your bathroom. Determine your specific needs for your sink. Are you someone who has a lot of toiletries accessories and need a lot of storage? Use a small vanity that has under counter cabinet doors and add organization shelves and drawers inside the cabinet. Don’t have a lot of storage needs but want it to look decorative? Consider using a pedestal sink or a wall mounted sink with decorative shelving below. If you don’t have space for either they also make sinks that fit in the corner of two walls. This sink has a 90 degree back and the sink nestles between the walls to give you maximum floor space.
Lay geometric tiles in an ombré pattern to bring a modern edge to a room with industrial elements. The cobalt blue pattern on these tiles evokes the soothing watercolor feel of Japanese shibori painting the wall with subtle texture.
The challenge is achieving that middle ground. How do you infuse warmth into the space while still benefiting from stylistic contrasts and how do you keep it from looking too clinical? Take a look at our suggestions below; we’re confident that you can put together a space that’s as comfortable as it is stylish.
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.
This one has been around for a long time but it has reached our list because even though it’s aged it continues year on year to be popular. It’s an expensive option which means it has a limited reach but those with the capital to invest it’s a staple champion. The wet room designs themselves are obviously adapting to current trends as can be seen through the somewhat monochrome example below.