The first small bathroom design idea for 2017 is a big one: you really don’t need more storage just a more minimalist attitude! Think about this one for a minute. Those large vanities with the deep cabinet space under the sink are really an inefficient use of space. Things get lost at the back of the cabinet. And the scale takes up so much real estate in your small bathroom design that your bathroom ends up looking smaller. So how do you solve the issue?
Marble bathrooms are not only decadently beautiful but also an example for guests that good materials find their way back into our homes in every style. If you want to make the most of a marble bathroom design appeal to a specialist who knows how to combine your ideas with the expansive world of possibilities out there.
There’s a great variety of affordable lighting fixtures available. Replace outdated lighting fixtures with new ones from your home improvement store. Electrical projects are best left to professionals but with some guidance switching out lighting fixtures shouldn’t be difficult for a DIY-er.
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.
A mix of concrete and marble targets a more dramatic and industrial feel. When lit through a skylight the bathroom opens up to reveal details otherwise hidden behind artificial lighting during the day. Seen in Villa Extramuros in Alto-Alentejo Portugal this concrete and marble bathroom stands as proof that two cold materials can create an inviting setting.
If budget isn’t a factor then all-over tile can be an interesting way to merge durability and easy cleaning with style. Vary the color shape pattern size and texture of tiles by using different materials on the floors on the walls and in the shower. Using all-over tile is a good way to make a small space brighter as the tile will reflect light.