By Marjolaina Chevalier. Bathrooms Design. Published at Thursday, November 30th, 2017 - 14:53:44 PM.
Bathrooms have evolved considerably in the last decade thanks to less expensive fittings and a revolution in manufacturing and design process that has made ‘luxury’ far more accessible for everyone. Today the concept of a spa-inspired master bathroom is being embraced globally and as homeowners struggle to cope with an increasingly frantic urban lifestyle they are veering towards a serene bathroom that acts as a rejuvenating personal refuge. Apart from the contemporary white backdrop styles such as Asian and tropical are a big hit as they give the comfy bathroom an exotic and exclusive ambiance.
Maybe your bathroom already looks rustic and old-fashioned but maybe it’s more on the modern side. Either way a copper tub is a good choice! It will either perfectly match the rest of the rustic interior or be that one vintage element that feels like a soul of the room!
A beautiful chandelier adds glamour and brings a sense of opulence to the room without altering its color scheme. Styles such as Victorian Art Deco Hollywood Regency and even eclectic definitely need this sparkly touch to really give the black and white powder room that unmistakable allure. Add in a couple of chic sconces next to the mirror and you have a powder room with a ‘high-end’ feel!
While Progetto largely relies on its wonderful and sleek floating vanities to set the tone in the bathroom you can complement them with a smart series of modular shelves open units and cabinets to fashion the bathroom of your dreams. Each composition offers rich visual and textural beauty and is available in a wide range of finishes that usher in trendy hues and imaginative design. Their modular features ensure that you can alter and custom-craft a bathroom to fit in perfectly with the space on offer even as the boring old bathroom is instantly transformed into a chic and inviting space.
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