Simplicity is a rule of thumb for modern design. Make sure that you are keeping open and organic space free of clutter. Use built-in shelving and cabinetry to hide unwanted personal items. Leave all toiletries and novelty items out of your bathroom space this is a place for relaxation and clean design don’t clutter it up with things that are unnecessary. Choose tile and backsplash with geometric shapes to add interest and character without sacrificing minimalistic design.
The Clearhouse in Shelter Island can be of great helps to those looking to adorn their home with colored marble. Since this home is almost transparent the marble floor and walls in one of its bathrooms provides the owners with a deeply rewarding simplicity in design privacy quality and a luxurious environment.
Define zones in the room by using a different tile in the shower. You’ll want to use a tile that has a water-absorption rating of less than 3 percent (lower than what’s recommended for the floors) and has good traction (a coefficient of friction that’s greater than or equal to .60).
Adding a touch of greenery in your bathroom creates a connection between the indoors and outdoors. Organic design coincides with modern design meaning that the natural outdoor space should easily mesh with the indoor space you are designing. Bring the outdoors inside by adding an indoor plant or two.
Tile flooring is common in bathrooms and offers a nice alternative to hardwoods which can get warped if they are exposed to too much water. If you decide to put ceramic tile on the floor look for a grade of 1 or 2 a water-absorption rating of less than 7 percent and a coefficient of friction above .60 which are slip-resistant and can stand up to water.
Tile is a good way to make the space look polished and to revamp a bathroom without doing a major overhaul. Keep in mind that the grout between tiles can become grimy if it’s not cleaned properly and regular maintenance is important in preserving an aesthetic that looks fresh and not grungy.