Five Tips for a Modern Bathroom
achieve modern bathroom look
If you’re looking for a sleek, modern look for your home, your bathroom will have
to follow suit – setting up a home as a whole is one of the most important factors in being satisfied with its
looks and design.
In order to help you achieve this look, we’ve rounded up some useful advice, so
feel free to check it out.
The green and eco-friendly trend isn’t likely to go anywhere anytime soon; in fact
it will hopefully grow popular enough to really make a difference. Using natural materials plays perfectly with the
modern bathroom – wood, bamboo, slate and tile all contribute to a cold minimalistic style, making for a natural
atmosphere within a bathroom.
On the previous note, efficient and intelligent bathrooms are very popular at the
moment – if it is saving water and energy, you are not only trending, but playing it smart. Eco-friendly options
pay compliments to both our planet and your pocket.
Think low flush toilets, water-conserving showerheads and faucets, as well as
using eco-friendly materials for flooring, such as bamboo. Make sure that you use low-toxicity paints and think
about getting some LED lights – they save energy, reduce the carbon footprint and, although they cost more than
your regular bulbs, tend to pay off in the long run.
Let’s face it, showers are the first thing you notice in a bathroom, unless
there’s a huge fancy bath or a Jacuzzi in it. Modern showers are made solely from glass and are used without any
curtains – in this way, you can go really big with the cabins; regardless of how small the bathroom is, a glass
shower will make it seem larger.
When it comes to showerheads,
although there are many cool options available out there, one that offers a rainwater-like experience is by far the
most popular –a huge showerhead is placed on the shower’s ceiling – the rest is pretty much obvious.
If you’re more of a bathtub kind of person, by all means, go for it! There are
many cool solutions available out there, but the best advice to be given is to simply go large! No use in being
modest with the size of your bathtub – otherwise, you might as well get a shower. Getting a shower-bathtub hybrid
is always a cool and modern choice, but make sure that you don’t use shower curtains in order to make your bathroom
appear both more spacious and more modern.
Keep in mind, though, that you should keep an eye out for blocked drains, regardless of whether you’re using a bathtub or a shower –
these can cause issues with bacterial infections which tend to be more serious than other potential problems
that may ensue, such as floods and bursting pipes.
Making it Look
A modern bathroom should be spacious, or, at least, appear so. So, how to make a
seemingly large bathroom when you have a limited amount of space to work with? Of course, you can tear down a wall
or two, but there is a cheaper way.
By strategically placing mirrors inside your bathroom, you can effortlessly make
it look significantly larger. No more than 2 mirrors are necessary, as long as you place them in all the right
places. Ideally, have at least one of them looking outside; if there’s a window in your bathroom, that
Coming up with a modern bathroom is just as important as paying attention to the
outlook of the rest of your home. Always remember to keep eco-friendliness in mind and to go with natural elements.
Additionally, use the given tips to make your facilities appear larger and go with LED lighting – it’s more natural!
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