Whether you prefer a modern or traditional style, your bathroom is primarily a place of relaxation where you like to spend time, relax and pamper yourself.
This room is not like any other room, it’s a special place in your home and that is why it is important to pay special attention to it. Do you know that we spend between 30 minutes and 2 hours every day in the bathroom! Some of us spend less time than others, but in any case, this place is synonymous with quiet and calm.
Choose a style of bathroom that reflects your tastes
Retro, minimalist, classic or traditional, spa, zen … everything is allowed within reasonable limits obviously. You will need to consider the type of space you have, the height of your ceiling, the shape of the room and what is already there.
First of all, you can look at the Belle Epoque retro style with an old-fashioned faucet and a hoof bath, all decorated with antique wooden furniture (china cabinet, rattan furniture …). This type of decoration has been trending in the last few years!
Then comes the zen/spa style that is also very popular at the moment. The bathroom elements are usually the following: dim lights to relax your eyes, green plants, wood and a balneotherapy-style bathtub that is low to the ground.
Another option is the bathroom with a lot of natural light, preferred by those who lack light in their home. A room without a window can be a little depressing and even a window is not enough to bring in all the light you want. Think of roof windows or sanded or opaque glass windows so that nobody can see the interior from the outside. Or try the skylight!
One bathroom, multiple inspirations
You can also mix several styles to create your own. The minimalist bathroom often wins the votes of our customers. Develop a bathroom under the roof allows you to take advantage of your attic. In any case, the extra bathroom is often the ideal complement to the master suite.
If you like to travel, you may have visited some countries where the bath is an institution like Finland and its famous sauna or Morocco and its “hammams”. Indian or African influences are welcome too, depending on your tastes and your budget, of course.
A final, crucial element that you will have to consider is the type of tiles you will choose for your interior. The nuances and colors available are plenty: the gray color goes with everything (taupe or turtledove for example) or real gray for a contemporary atmosphere (you can even try black).
The blue brings freshness while the green is usually not recommended, except for some nuances like the green anise among others. If you want something slightly different, bright colors can be taken into consideration, especially if you have children.