What does your loo says about you? As it turns out, quite a lot. It might be the smallest room in the house, but for instance, your common toilet is probably seen by more of your guests than your master bedroom toilet.
In need of a little bathroom inspiration? Take a look at these design ideas that will have you flexing your creativity muscles with glee.
1. Using marble as art
There are no doubts that marble would instantly give the space a “atas” feel. Bathroom walls made of marble make it modern, yet classical. It exudes luxury and rids gloominess in your bathroom. Incorporating marble walls in your bathroom makes the space appear bigger than it really is. It also makes your bathroom look like one of those out of a high-end hotel.
Marble bathrooms are so elegant, dramatic and would make the rest of the design pretty straight forward. The best part of marble is that it is a high density stone that can last for ages. It is also heat- resistant, so marble walls will not crack under long-term heat exposure. Keep calm and enjoy your hot shower!
2. Cement screed bathrooms
Concrete bathroom designs are very versatile, not too loud or showy. There are many stylish ways that you can utilise concrete for your bathroom and it is becoming increasingly popular due to its durability and clean-lined aesthetic. It has an endless array of looks due to its amazing shape-shifting abilities, you can apply it anywhere, to your walls, floors, countertops, tub, the sky's the limit.
An easy way to avoid bathroom leaks is to use divider. This cement screed wall divider is a great example of a stylish yet practical design.
Often, glass partitions are more commonly used to separate between the wet and dry area of our bathrooms, but they can leave tough, ugly water stains when droplets splash as you are washing up. Cement walls, on the other hand, are waterproof with protective sealing. These walls will definitely save you the time scrubbing away.
Concrete bathroom sinks are particularly trendy these days. These sinks definitely add character to your bathrooms and you get the look you want without any fuss. Often, concrete and wood make a perfect combination that brings a warmer vibe.
Some bathrooms have concrete just as a detail and some are all made out of this material, even the bathtub. This toilet brings you the Onsen feel, a raw, mini sauna to clear out your toxins.
3. Patterned tiles
Homeowners are often spoilt for choice as bathroom tiles come in all different shapes and sizes these days. It has allowed bathroom designs to break out of being a cookie cutter standard and push the design boundaries.
These multi-colour fish scale tiles are definitely a showstopper. It’s rich in both colour and pattern.This look transports you back to your beach holiday where you could just lie in the bath and get lost in your thoughts as you admire these beautiful tiles.
Floral tiles aren’t always roses and daisies. These tiles might be one of the first things you will notice when you step into the bathroom. Not only does these tiles bring a vintage vibe, the long mirror would help to extend the space while these floral tiles will draw your eye to the longest part of the room.
Hexagon tiles are so popular these days that you’ll see them everywhere and in all shapes and sizes. The black hexagon tiles in this grayscale bathroom are not for the faint of heart, but they are the perfect anchor for a classy and sophisticated space.