Unique Bathroom Trends To Experiment WithInterior Design & Decor
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There's a misconception that nothing much can be done to bathrooms decor wise, but we've got a few interesting concepts that might change your mind. They're ideas which are fast growing in popularity; trends to follow if you want to own one of the hippest bathrooms.
1. Using Wood
It does't sound like the most practical idea, considering how much worry will consume you as you constantly think about possible damage and infestation in the long run. But, there are options of affordable and durable wood, which provide fuss free usage for a long period of time.
Wood gives of a pretty homely feel, even if used sparingly. Moderation is key when incorporating wood into your bathroom, since you're aiming for it to look modern. Having just a portion of the space dedicated to wood will do the trick.
2. Incorporating Greenery
This bathroom trend is probably one of the easiest, and hopefully cheapest. It involves including plants into your bathroom setting, creating a relaxing ambience. It won't be difficult to maintain as well, since there's an abundance of indoor plants which don't require complicated care methods.
All you actually require are a couple of potted plants for the splashes of green to create a more rejuvenated atmosphere. And if you're feeling a little more ambitious, do up a feature wall with tropical or jungle related patterns.
3. Muted Colours
This concept isn't as exciting, but it's on the list of upcoming trends because of how much style and poise it carries. What's more, it's toned down enough to fit into most homes, no matter what the theme is.
If you feel drawn towards this path but feel it lacks a little kick, you can still play around with other elements like textures and tiny decorations. Add things like marbled textures, a grey brick wall or framed greyscale photography images to the space and it'll instantly look much classier.
4. Home Spa
We've come to the idea that's the hardest to implement, but the most fun kind of bathroom to use. It's a spa-inspired bathroom, which allows you to indulge and relax at the end of every tiring day. The only downside is, you may require a little more space to incorporate an idea ilke that. Or, if your master bathroom's too small, hack down those walls creating an open bathroom in your bedroom.
This way, you have more space to work with, and can go all out with the spa-inspired plan. We'd suggest getting a comfortable tub, and a big one too if you're planning on fitting more than one person in. Stock up on items like bath oils and bathrobes, and create a cozy lounge area with a couple of armchairs.
How you build your spa inspired bathroom is entirely up to you, since after all, only you will know what relaxes you the best.
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