Durandana Patenaude. Bathroom. December 10th , 2017.
Use black to your advantage in the bathroom to emphasize an element of lighting, whether that is a wall sconce, some under-cabinet lighting, or back-lighting. Black provides the quintessential visual contrast with the light, thus maximizing your lighting’s effectiveness. These black bathtub “legs“ are a stunning aesthetic touch.
A more formal design from Pier Deco features a powder room basin that has a stunning frame with elegant legs. The metal components add to the fancier feel that the thin legs provide. DXV from American Standard featured several full bathroom settings, such as this sleek and angular double sink vanity. The solid surface that extends to the floor in the front eliminates visual clutter and is very modern. A recessed center console provides space for toiletries or other necessities.
Although the bathtub is not present in this bathroom setup, it’s not hard to see the effectiveness of using black metal grating as a privacy screen for the bathroom. This particular pattern is a modern twist on the timeless penny tile pattern, which earns it two thumbs up, hands down.
It’s easier to make a sink blend in when its design is simple and solid. Take these marble freestanding sinks for example. They match the floor and the wall behind them, becoming one with the decor. Similar, a freestanding sink can become a focal point or a statement piece for the bathroom.
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