Surely you must have had the urge to stay a little longer in the shower after a long day at work. A hot bath can be a very therapeutic activity in a high-stress environment such as Singapore. Allow yourself this little luxury – make your bathroom comfortable and chic so that every bath session feels like one in a spa. We’ve listed some of the best bathroom designs of the year here:
The trend this year is clean-coloured bathrooms. Think simple and pristine colours: light blue, white, milk, etc. Smooth walls and light-coloured tiles, glass doors and white marble sinks.
Go back a few centuries
According to Ideal Home, vintage-styled bathrooms are currently in vogue due to the popularity of period dramas such as Downton Abbey and The Crown. Choose between a Victorian-styled bathroom, an Edwardian one, or a 50s one.
For a Victorian-themed bathroom, go for floral wallpapers and thick mats. Brick-sized wall tiles for Edwardian bathrooms; and checkered tiles for the 50s.
2017 sees a trend of bathrooms with larger tiles, making the space look a little more elegant. Large tiles tend to have that effect, which also makes the room look slightly larger.
Include plants into your bathroom designs
Green plants evoke a sense of freshness in a space. Include one or two small-sized plants in your bathroom, it’ll definitely bring your bathroom to live.
Make it shine
A bathroom that gleams and shines has an opulent and clean look. Consider getting a mini chandelier for the bathroom, reflective tiles, and glass doors. Doesn’t it remind you of that lovely hotel you had your best staycation in?
One lamp may be enough, but more is better. You don’t need to have them all switched on everytime you use the bathroom: install a white light, some mood lightings, and some dimmable ones. This gives you an option for all occasions, especially special ones *wink*
Like any of these? Our professional contractors can help you achieve some #bathroomgoals. Just let us know the style you have in mind, and we’ll send over some quotations for free so you can get started!
written by Esther Chung