There are plenty of advantages to embracing a black and white color scheme, and they range from simplicity and design flexibility to having a backdrop that need not be altered frequently just to fit in with the changing trends. Giving even the tiniest of powder rooms a spacious and charming vibe, we delve today into the beautiful world of black and white powder rooms at their mesmerizing best.
There is no doubt that metallics have become a huge part of home design and decorating in the last few seasons. Copper definitely tops this list as homeowners are once again gravitating towards styles that bring back simplicity, elegance and a dash of rustic charm. And nothing exemplifies this more than the beautiful copper bathtub. Arriving this March to give you a great array of options in this regard is the Santorini series of bathtubs from Native Trails. Named after the fabulous Greek island renowned for its relaxing ambiance, romantic charm and serenity, this exquisite series of hammered copper bathtubs aims to bring the same to your modern bathroom.
One of the biggest reasons for the revival of yellow and gray as a hot color combination is undoubtedly the ascent of gray to top of the hottest neutrals chart. With the popularity of gray only increasing with each passing season (if that is even possible at this point of time), it is only natural that homeowners are looking for ways in which they can enliven their dashing modern bathroom in gray. And yellow offers the perfect solution in this regard.
A bold splash of color in the powder room has become something of a trend in recent times, with homeowners willing to add audacious wallpaper and bright hues to give this small space a huge personality. Much like the other ‘hot trends’, this love for vivacious color might not last forever, but one color scheme that never goes out of trend is the classic duo of black and white. If you have ever stepped into a black and white bathroom, you will easily understand the timeless elegance of this combination and why it is perfect for your fashionable powder room as well.
Placing a glass shower into a monochrome bathroom will open up the space even more, making it brighter and more transparent. If you feel like extending the checkered pattern beyond the flooring, add some to the walls as well and play with mixing the diagonal and straight checkerboard tiles.
Despite having to shop for décor and vanity that saves space, one does not really have to forego their ‘style ambitions’ for the bathroom. A small art deco style vanity in the corner can be a big hit and give your bathroom an alternative look that takes it away from the mundane. These ornate, slim and at times sculptural pedestal sinks and modest vanities can help in completely reimagining the bathroom space. Those who prefer a more ‘organic’ vibe can opt for the natural wood look while ones seeking a bit more glitz and glam can consider shopping for a vanity with mirrored finish and Hollywood Regency style. The choices are well and truly endless!
If the diagonal checkered pattern is too dynamic for you and you’d rather stay within the frame of classic and traditional, the straight monochrome checkered pattern could be the suitable alternative! The pattern feels old-fashioned, although versatile enough to be appropriate even in the bathrooms that are slightly leaning towards contemporary interior
The checkerboard pattern has long been present in home design and by now has a strong historic impression. It has the power to make a room look grandiose and luxurious. Whether the pattern is monochromatic, which is the most common choice, or gently colored, the room instantly gets a dynamic look that feels organized and precise. The pattern itself is a wonderful choice for a bathroom, as it makes it seem bigger and slightly more special. Check out these 30 vintage checkered bathrooms!
Each of the Santorini bathtubs is carefully crafted using high-quality recycled copper and it takes several weeks for craftsman to produce one of these metallic delights. Each tub is unique in its detail, making them not only eco-friendly, but also exclusive. If you are not happy with the glittering hammered copper option, then there are also brushed nickel and antique copper versions to choose from.
This type of checkered pattern offers a lot of dynamic within a monochrome space. The diagonal shapes give the illusion of spaciousness and even the smallest bathrooms seem like they extend further than they actually do. If you are in love with monochrome bathrooms but worry about them becoming too monotone, a diagonal checkered pattern will not let you down!