Designing a bathroom requires a special approach. While suitable for some other projects, excessive details may spoil the result here. For modern bathrooms, minimalist design is a must.
Contemporary bathroom design is not limited by colors or textures. Professional engineers should help you create your dream bathroom by demarcating the room’s space, thus creating a comfortable environment.
Any design begins with defining a base style you’ll be working on. We’ve collected some trending designs so that you’ll know what can you work with.
You can create unusual design and transform your bathroom into a full-fledged relaxation zone provided you have enough free space. Don’t overcrowd the free space with excessive amounts of vanity in this case; opt for the necessary basics and nothing else.
Large planning allows you to install the bathtub in an extraordinary location. It can be placed right in the middle of the room, while the sink and the toilet will be placed farther away from human’s eye.
Contemporary bathroom design allows for multiple lighting sources. LED and spot lighting are the main light sources here, allowing you to make the bathroom sleeker and lighter. Effective lighting will zone the entire interior, and the room won’t look too dull.
Another interesting design solution is to do a full-fledged zoning of a bathroom, allowing you to visually demarcate the borders between the room’s functional zones. It can be done with lighting or some subtle painting changes.
Modern design languages prefer light tones and a lot of lighting. This is especially useful for smaller bathrooms, as it helps you to visually increase its size. By the way, if you need to visually enlarge your small bathroom or closet, we have a very nice guide on how to do it.
One of the most popular interior design languages these days is Scandy. Inspired by Scandinavian minimalism, it strives to reach a perfect combination of simplicity and natural beauty. It is also a very environmentally-friendly design language, only using renewable natural materials.
Flooring is yet another important aspect of bathroom design. A proper floor will augment the design choices you or your designer have made. The following picture shows a perfect minimalist bathroom utilizing the grey tile flooring. Tiles are not the only choice – in fact, you could find better, more durable and affordable options such as linoleum. Our guide on using linoleum in bathrooms has all the details – come check it out if you’re interested!