01 Jun How to decorate a bathroom: ideas that you will want to copy
We offer you a selection of fantastic Micasa bathrooms that combine design, functionality, and style.
Current trends in interior design influence the bathroom as they do in other rooms in the house. But the reality is that the objective of the current reforms goes beyond the renewal of materials, color, and facilities or to make it more functional. The pandemic has reinforced the idea of turning them into wellness spaces.
Stately, urban, contemporary, Nordic, Zen, rustic bathrooms… They are planned and designed to transform them into environments that convey comfort and calm. In what way? There are many resources: coatings that create a serene atmosphere, attractive volumes, natural textures, or optimal and adjustable lighting that induces relaxation. Technology, together with the good design that characterizes current bathroom equipment, merge so that enjoying its use is a reality.
The usual thing is to think about the bathroom reform, but if you set your well-being as an objective, each decision you make will be on the right track.
Floors? Yes Please!
Do not hesitate, to decorate your bathroom with plants. If a fireplace is too much, think about installing a free-standing bathtub and filling the bathroom with plants like in this very special bathroom. Find out which are the most suitable plants to place in the bathroom.
The Most Modern Mix
The wooden furniture, the black taps, the built-in cistern, the suspended toilets, and the use of niches make this bathroom a good example of the most modern and functional bathrooms. It belongs to a renovated apartment with warm and rustic details.
In this original house built with industrial containers, the larger than expected bathroom was equipped with a wooden bench recovered from old carpentry. The result is ideal. The contrast with modern taps and a stone washbasin create a super special space. Don’t miss the bathtub.
In this charming apartment in the center of Madrid, the pristine white bathroom was covered with subway-type tiles, but embossed and smooth tiles were interspersed, a detail that creates a certain dynamism without having to change the tile format. Industrial-style light bulbs add warmth.
Bath And Shower
And if you also have the possibility of opening a large window, you will have a luxurious bathroom. In this house with minimalist air, the bathroom is like a spa, with a shower cabin, a free-standing bathtub, and marble coverings.
Mix Of Materials
In this bathroom, wood and terrazzo become protagonists. A perfect combination of colors and materials.
Bathroom With Wooden Floor
The wood will give more prominence to the pavement with its tonal variations, veins, and knots; and, in addition, it will enhance the design of white toilets. Make sure it is water resistant.
Shower Without Screen
This Mediterranean-style bathroom surprises with an open space in which the shower and bathtub share the same area that is not divided by a screen. We love the polished concrete effect.
Black And White
It will not be the only bathroom you see in black and white, but in this space we have been greatly inspired by the commitment to the floor in total black and the joint of the tiles also in black, highlighting much more the factory character.
Every time we see more exempt bathtubs. And it is that the new models of more current and modern lines are precious. If you add a gold faucet to this, the chic effect is multiplied, and this bathroom is a good example (don’t miss the recovered sink cabinet, ideal!).
Do you dream of a zen air shower? Get inspired by this proposal where everything is in harmony. Natural textures, chromatic homogeneity, order, and indirect and subtle lighting are key. The finishing touch is provided by the extendable thermostatic column, with a shower head, hand shower, and various functions: hydromassage, fine rain, spray… This one, in particular, is from the Tau series, from the firm Genebre.
With Black Look
Screens, sinks, taps, wall lights, and bathroom accessories in total black become a focal point and give the bathroom contemporary, Nordic, or factory air. Soho partition, by Gamma. In 1 x 2 m with 8 mm tempered glass.
Like A Collage
A mix of hydraulic motifs fills the wall of this bathroom with life. In country houses, and also in urban ones with charm and vintage air, they are dynamic fronts that have an enormous visual impact. Porcelain stoneware, from the D_Segni Colore collection, by Marazzi; in 20 x 20 cm pieces.
Color In The Bathroom
The tones with character will make any element of the bathroom attract all eyes. The wow factor works! On the cabinet, Val-Thane enamel in a Malachite tone, by CIN Valentine.
The contrast between the white furniture and the blue sinks under the marble top is refreshing. The note of warmth is provided by the mirror, a design with a deep wooden frame that is used as a shelf. Furniture made by the Mason Group. Ikea mirror. Towels, of Lexington.
The contrast of the coverings, hydraulic tile, and century-old stone, makes the walls the protagonists of the bathroom decoration. Added to these are natural wood and a washbasin with a clean and refined design, which give the environment an avant-garde air. Stone-Silex washbasin; faucets, by Hansgrohe; hydraulic mosaic; Intro hydromassage bathtub, from the firm Hidrobox. All in Tono Bagno.
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