Smaller, compact bathrooms have been trending for a while and it continues. To make the most of the space, to design it most functionally and at the same time to create a space where we want to spend time, a few tips and tricks and help.The big change is to replace the bathtub with a shower. The big shower with rimless glass doors creates a spatial dimension that gives more depth to the bathroom and contributes to the minimalist look. Adding floor-to-ceiling tiles, although a bit more expensive on the budget side than the customary version of tiling only half way up the wall, but a definite space enlarger optically.Working with more glass elements for example for shelves enhances the open look.
In terms of furniture, the vanities of 2018 sport a lighter more furniture-like look, either with delicate legs or floating (wall-hung). For inspiration, the ModernLife suite is an excellent interpretation of this tendency.The optical changes give the room a more spacious look and feel, but the room has not gotten bigger. The definite game-changer is smart storage. Drawers and pull-out shelves that contain products and appliances for everyday use, but that can be organized easily and quickly hidden from view. This is an immediate different dimension for the sleek bathroom look.
The 2018 trendy bathroom is not all minimalist, unicolor, and glass, though.
Adding warm touches with finishes such as the PVD finishes accentuate and give it a personal feeling.
On the practical side, a back-lit mirror or smart mirror increases the users’ efficiencies while grooming. The smart appliance integrates calendars, email, and other things to give everyone a head-start into the new day.The bathroom although a rather small room in the living space continues to gain importance reflecting the growing wellness trends, the emphasis on grooming, but also the added convenience of technology.Just expect to spend more time there.Source: inspired by Houzz.