The literal translation of "aroom with a bath" has evolved into a more technical description where a"full bathroom" is comprised of four plumbing fixtures: bathtub,shower, toilet and sink. Using these four essential elements; it is up toyou to mix and match these elements to transform a utilitarian room into a peacefulprivate spa, a glamorous spot to put on make-up, a place to shave or justindulge in a long bath.
The first rule of a contemporary designedbathroom is minimalism: clean lines and clean counters are essential. Relaxationis the epitome of a modern, calm bathroom. It can be achieved in a variety offorms. Whether it is the shape of the bathtub that makes the difference, theinspiring decorative objects, the sink or the view that can be admired; yourbathroom should have something in common with relaxation.
Your bathroom needs to be stylish andconvey the modern look of your home. Modern elements should be incorporated into the design of your bathroomspace if you wish to show off your original style. The modern bathroom hasclean, but bold lines, while the interior elements are minimal. A common trendis the use of white or glossy white.
Another thing that you should alsoconsider when you think about your modern bathroom design idea is the lighting.You cannot imagine how important it is. (Refer to my post on lighting). Just like the colors, the lighting hasthe same functionality to affect your emotions and feelings. Always try to allownatural light to flood your bathroom whenever possible.
|Amazing natural light!|
Actually if you wish to give your bathroom a modern and contemporary look, the options are really endless.
|A luxurious zen feeling!|
|A country house with a modern twist.|
|For a few lucky ones, a spacious room with a view.|
|Smaller bathrooms can use natural light wisely.|
|An apartment bathroom can be sleek and contemporary.|
|Even your smaller apartment bathroom can be stylish.|
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