Richly-veined marble in the bathroom can split the space like an artistic statement. By adding warm wooden cabinets this effect is diluted into a warm and inviting feeling. The zebra art on the wall gives the space a wild feel while the overall vibe is immersed in bright natural light. You’ll be surprised to see how many stunning details can be found in the luxurious penthouse this bathroom belongs to.
When it comes to feminine marble bathrooms colors and details make a space welcoming. Marble countertops can be that detail that changes the atmosphere grey and white Cararra marble looks amazing in this plantation-style estate in Atlanta. You’ll surely find inspiration for your dream marble bathroom so take a close look at the details in each photo.
Some of the most expensive items in a bathroom design are the fixtures tile and finishes. Since you’re working with a smaller space you need less. It’s time to break out of thinking that a small bathroom isn’t worth the money. It’s time to splurge on making your small bathroom design look like a million bucks! Some ways to add more luxury on a little less budget include:
The most important upgrade you can make in your bathroom involves lighting. A Swedish study found that lighting paired with the right color affects mood. Changing out your lighting is not difficult or expensive to do but makes a bathroom look fresher and larger.
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.
It’s time to tear up the walls (or add new ones) for cubbies. The inset wall cubby is an ingenious way to add integrated storage to a small bathroom without sacrificing space. It’s also known as an alcove niche or recessed niche. Behind bathroom walls between the studs is just enough of a gap to create a useful cubby. And nowadays you can even buy a DIY tile-ready niche at Lowe’s.