If you’re looking for a striking display of marble in your bathroom the example above will serve you well. It’s part of the Project 910 by Kiko Salomão an astounding apartment in São Paulo Brazil. Bold-colored details like a simple and sophisticated bunch of bright flowers break the monotony of a marble-encrusted bathroom design.
Some of the most important things to keep in mind when considering different bathroom remodeling ideas are choosing materials that are easy to maintain maximizing energy efficiency and focusing on brightness wherever possible.
Displaying either fine veins or large details that shape depth modern marble bathrooms surprise the essence of luxury. In order to keep this space private use different types of transparency levels to hide from indiscreet eyes or install roman blinds for extra privacy when needed like in the example above.
Luxury marble design can mean a fantastic combination of black white and light. A round marble bathtub illuminating the space was placed against a light colored marble wall and surrounded by black marble. It looks surreal imagine yourself immersed in warm water a glass of champagne in one hand and flower petals gently dotting the foamy water what a dream setting! And then there’s smart bathroom technology to consider when designing your dream bathroom enjoy!
You’ll thank yourself later for using finishes that are low maintenance and easy to keep clean. In that regard choose quartz instead of marble and make sure glass shower doors are treated with anti-spotting agents. In terms of fixtures you’ll want high-quality construction like all-brass parts and a PVD finish that will resist scratches.
Wainscoting is a decorative wall covering that extends partway up the wall. It’s typically done in wood and in spaces such as the dining room. However it can also work in the bathroom as a way to add character. If you want to incorporate tile but are on a budget try tiling from the floor up and then paint the remaining wall with a gloss or semi-gloss paint for easy clean-up. A potential benefit of using tile wainscoting is that it can also work as a backsplash if it extends high enough above the sink.