By Paul Auguste. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 08:01:45 AM.
While some might say that mixing your wood shades is a no no in decor, they haven’t seen this shower. With all those different shades in the same small space, you can totally get away with your two favorite wood tiles when you can’t decide which you like better. In the end, it will come out modern rather than mismatched.
In a welcome departure from the typical bathroom towel rack, these new styles are an expansion of the blanket ladder that is popular for living rooms. By having an entire set of rungs in the bathroom, it is much easier to hang all the family towels up in one place and still have enough space for them to air dry properly. It is also a very handsome element in the space, especially in this bathroom.
Details make the difference and nowhere is this truer than in this black-framed shower. This architectural detail may be slight, but it has a big impact and has become one of today’s important bathroom trends. A modern bathroom from Inda coordinates the dark framing with matching fixtures and a dark, floating vanity. Black architectural framing, however, goes well with a number of different styles and can be paired with lighter woods. It’s a marvelous way to turn a sh into a major design element.
Almost everything we’ve seen so far of wood tile in the shower has been laid horizontally. But that doesn’t mean you can’t lay your wood pattern vertically. What might have been rather boring and cliche will turn interesting and modern, just because your pattern goes an unexpected way.
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