With no doubt this is the room with the greatest challenge for both: a designer and the finishing team. It is also the most expensive position in the apartment finishing budget. Probably those things decide that everyone wants their bathroom to be snazzy, therefore they spend a lot of time and put most effort to it.
Washbasin, bathtub, shower cubicle, toilet, the selection of tiles, bathroom accessories … well, there is something to think about.
An example of a bathroom that seems to be a return to the past, but with many elements of the present times: the whole room is reminiscent of typical 19th-century bathrooms, but the materials are most modern, although styled in a retro look: cabinets, taps, mosaic floor and wall tiles, etc.
A view to a kill
If you have such a view outside the window, the idea of a bathroom is self-imposed. And if you don’t have such a view, you can always create it, e.g. by printing on glass. The saving of furniture in the room is deliberatedly considered as a natural extension of the sea and the beach.
A great example of keeping an interior in one colour tone, with many shades of grey. The white bathtub and washbasins match perfectly with the black strip of tiles. These, in turn, contrast with the rest of the light grey mosaic floor and walls.
It is just, we’re always thinking that the sloping ceiling is an ungrateful design topic, as it limits the arrangement and finishing skills. In this example you see that you can. A corner with a bathtub, lit by a roof window, has been designed in a very interesting way. The dominant colors are grey and white with a touch of light brown.
Room with a view
A wide mirror greatly make the whole room larger. In this case, a wide and high window works similarly, allowing a lot of light and giving space feeling. Shutters help to regulate the necessary level of privacy, while the furniture and tiles add an element of luxury.
Excellent lighting is essential, especially when our bathroom has no window installed. The bright colors and a large mirror can be much help as this will give a feeling of clarity and space. Look, how great lighting effect the LED strip can make, place under the bathtub! The required amount of light is provided by ceiling spotlights.
Get more spacious look by dividing the bathroom into two equal parts: on the left there are cabinets, a washbasin, mirror and a shower cubicle, while on the right side we have bathtub and closet behind the grey wall. In the middle, there is enough space for free movement.