Modern yes, aseptic no. If you are into modern but cozy bathrooms, here you will find proposals that combine functionality and aesthetics.
1. WITH STRIKING PROFILES
In a modern bathroom with a shower, the screen can become the focus of attention if you use a design that adds color to the profiles and also decorates the glass with bars or quarters. In white -like here and which has also reappeared as a trend in the last season- or black. Use this resource to personalize your bathroom.
2. IN BLACK, WITH A BAR AND AS A SEPARATING ELEMENT
It is undeniable that this bathroom is modern. We want to focus on the idea of delimiting the shower area and then the bathtub area with a fixed glass panel with a black profile and a small bar; an exempt design. This solution -by Natalia Zubizarreta- requires space but responds to the idea of making the bathroom a spa in which the functionality of a shower for day-to-day life and the care of a bathtub to enjoy a moment of relaxation is not lacking.
3. IN GRAY AND WOOD
A modern bathroom is not cold. In fact, wood is allowed to decorate them. And it’s a surefire way to warm up. You can combine it with white in a more Nordic style or with gray, with a contemporary effect. Besides, playing with technological materials such as synthetics, which reduce joints, will give the set more current. Also, as here, resort to microcement.
4. A MODERN BATHROOM WITH A LOT OF STYLES
Copy the ideas of this modern bathroom that exhibits a design based on straight lines and neutral colors ( sand and white ). Earth tones will help you not feel so white in space. Play with them onliners or accessories. The toilet area is given prominence by delimiting it with a work “frame” in which the spotlights are installed.
5. WITH A WOODEN FRAME
With the same previous idea of framing the area of the washbasin cabinet, this bathroom uses wood and combines it to give it that current and contemporary air (more urban) with black in the wall lights and taps. We like the choice of sinks, two designs in natural stone that raise the bar.
6. THE RIGHT CHOICE
In a modern bathroom as in any other decorative style, the order is essential. And for everything you need to store to enter, the vanity unit must be adequate. You can use custom designs that allow you to configure each element (size, type of solution, material, and color) or modular collections that will match you if the measurements fit your bathroom.
7. YES TO FREESTANDING BATHTUBS
Because those with modern lines (whether rounded or rectilinear) raise the level of sophistication of a modern bathroom. Accompanied by the appropriate wall-mounted or floor-standing taps, they will become an island of style within an environment dedicated to personal care. You need to plan its location in the bathroom renovation to bring the drain and the water connections to the right place.
8. MODERN MATERIALS
Freestanding bathtubs are available in novel and technological materials that make them look current. They are acrylic and resin type synthetics that reduce weight compared to other cast iron or enameled steel. They also allow you to play with shapes and make lines more ergonomic and lighter.
9. ALL TO THE WHITE
White is the basis for any modern bathroom worth its salt. You can opt for a total look, as in this case, or by introducing notes of color or natural wood. Glossy chrome accents and a frameless mirror are also key.
10. PICTURES, CANDLES AND PLANTS
To avoid being cold, a modern bathroom must be decorated with personal touches. In the bathroom of this house, renovated by the architect Jaime Galmes, there is no lack of paintings, candles, and plants.