Serafina. Bathroom Design. December 14th , 2017.
If you're considering a new bathroom interior design, it can be handy to know about the latest innovations in plumbing and construction technology. So you can have a space that works effortlessly and efficiently, and looks fantastic! Manufacturers are constantly looking for new ways to make bathrooms more hygienic and enjoyable, so why not take advantage of their hard work by building a completely up to date space?
Water Conservation: The latest bathroom designs have placed water conservation as their top plumbing priority. This issue is particularly important in battling through Australia`s frequent droughts, and the fixtures even save owners money on reduced water bills.
Papered Walls: Wallpaper is enjoying a huge revival lately. With many new types of wallpaper available that can be used safely in this wet and steamy room, as well as vastly improved ventilation systems, many owners and decorators are reveling in the chance to add some fun and bright patterns to bathroom walls. You can try using a bright floral or geometric design applied above tile wainscoting in your own space.
Bath Shapes: If you thought that bathtubs came in one standard shape, then you´re way behind the times! The most innovative bathroom designs are using bathtubs in all sorts of wacky shapes, including ones built to use less water and others made to cozily cradle the human body.
Soft Edges: Bathroom designers seem to be moving away from the straight lines and hard edges of minimalism in favor of a softer, more organic look. Curving storage units, vanities and shower stalls are becoming increasingly popular for the comforting feel they give a space.
Asymmetry: While symmetrical placement is conventionally accepted as a requirement for all interiors, many decorators have lately been experimenting with a harmonized asymmetry to produce very attractive bathroom designs. You can use this trend in your own space by using subtle touches such as overhanging sinks or quirkily placed tiles.
Customisable Toilets: The latest designs for toilets feature a huge range of customisable options that make the toilet easy to use by individuals of any height, age or physical ability. Some new toilets even cater for different cultural preferences, allowing people to squat, sit or stand.
Keep it Simple: The latest innovations aren‘t all high‐tech and super expensive. There are plenty of new furniture pieces available which have been designed to save space in a simple bathroom design with additional shelves, hooks and organizational trays for toiletries.
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