Jocelyn Chauveau Bedrooms Design March 01, 2019
Adhesive decals can be used smartly in a painted foam-core board to make personalized designs at headboard. Batting inside the panel covered with cushions in the frame combines comfort and style. Add printed fabric to cover the plain metal head board to give a vibrant look. Abstract paintings, simple designs and curtains can also duplicate as the headrest of your bed. Upholstered headboards with whimsical designs can integrate aesthetics with comfort.
Macey Giraud Bathrooms Design January 21, 2019
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.
Paige Guillaume Bathrooms Design January 21, 2019
Round sinks with the recognizable shape of a bowl are perhaps the most popular vessel sinks. They have the power to make your bathroom look more elegant, classy and noble. The clean shape of a round sink carries a certain reputation and can undoubtedly assure your bathroom’s wealthy appearance. We like to play around with contrasts and as there are surely many round sinks out there to choose from, the simple tones of white and black or grey are the ones that bring most calming energy into the space.
Natalie Lemoine Bathrooms Design January 21, 2019
The best part about Progetto is the way in which it creates a bathroom that seems like a continuation of the rest of your contemporary home. From the understated to the extravagant, if you want to get in on the bathroom living trend, these fabulous compositions from Inda surely offer a great starting point and picture-perfect inspiration!
Jocelyn Chauveau Bathrooms Design January 21, 2019
Taking the living room into the bathroom might sound a bit crazy at first, but this definitely is the way forward for those planning for a brand new bathroom. The idea of ‘bathroom living’ is gaining momentum across the world, with designers and homeowners gravitating towards this innovative and luxurious concept. It is a trend that has also been personified in the many bathroom designs that we recently witnessed at Salone del Mobile 2017. Allowing you to add everything from bookshelves and comfy couches to a fireplace and TV to the bathroom, this fabulous upgrade will turn your existing bathroom into a soothing private sanctuary.
Eulalie Dupuy Bathrooms Design January 20, 2019
A big and bright bathroom with a copper bathtub in the center is a sight for sore eyes! The bronze color of copper goes fantastically with polished wooden floors! This copper bathtub has a matte shade of bronze and is therefore a great darker piece for a bathroom with a mystical, dim vibe!
Darchelle Vasseur Bathrooms Design January 20, 2019
Mirrored frames are once again ‘in’ and they work equally well in classic and modern bathrooms alike. They are a practical choice in the small bathroom as the frame of the mirror adds to the sparkle of the room and gives it a more airy and light-filled vibe. If mirrored frames are not your thing, then you might want to give colorful round mirrors like the ones from Valdama a shot. Whether you want a dash of peppy red in the bathroom to enliven a neutral bathroom or wish to elevate the colorful allure of the bathroom with a touch of nautical blue, it is the colorful mirror frames that come to the rescue.
Macey Giraud Bathrooms Design January 20, 2019
While the beauty of tropical style seems all too obvious as summer arrives, Scandinavian-style bathrooms look great in every season, all year long! You really do not have to worry about a style change once winter knocks on the door with this one. Light-filled, airy and relaxing Scandinavian bathrooms draped in neutral hues feel cozy and refreshing even during the colder months, and you can combine this style with rustic elements, midcentury vanities or even a hint of Victorian glam to create a unique bathroom style of your own.