By Clementine Gaetane. Bathroom. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 09:24:07 AM.
There are plenty of creative ways to combine a neutral style with a relaxing organic accent. You can have your wall covered in a leaf tile mosaic, and/or nature inspired wallpaper design, or leave the brick exposed on one wall, or create emphasis with wood accent pieces, or add a skylight to let the sun stream directly inside and bath you in light. There are endless organic bathroom design ideas you can borrow from to create your dream bathroom.
Of course your walk-in shower shape will be mainly determined by the space in which it has to fit, but it helps to think outside the box. Showers can be curved, rectangular, square, and can tuck into the most unlikely of places. Consider a narrow space or small hallway that could be fitted with a walk in shower that is open on both ends and leads to your closet. The design possibilities are just about as vast as your own imagination.
If you’d like to give your bathroom the illusion of more space or you’d just like to show off that fabulous shower wall, consider a transparent glass door. This also gives your bathroom a more modern, clean feel. The downside might be that you need to be more on top of shower door cleaning to keep it sparkling but the upside of a transparent glass door will be a timeless appeal that keeps your bathroom looking fresh. Another recent design element is to make your shower doors look as if they’re garden doors – achieved by adding frames. You could also add stained glass to your panels with either clear beveled or color pieces.
It is not just the toilet that is going high-tech. The entire bathroom will see a few innovations in 2018. You can have a smart shower that automatically knows your preferred temperature and turns on your favorite tunes during shower time. Or you can add a small fridge within your bathroom cabinetry to keep medicine and drinks cool. There are also faucets that turn on automatically when you put your hands under them and turn off when you are done. Take a look at our design portfolio for remodeling ideas.
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