The modern design reflects the mid-century decorating style that was prominent in the ‘50s and ‘60s. It has a theme as all other styles do. A central feature of modern decor is minimalism.
It is associated with natural materials, neutral or basic colors, geometrical shapes, and little to no decorative flourishes. Modern bathrooms are all about simplistic design.
Take advantage of this style by using simple geometric shapes such as squares and rectangles in your space. Vertical gardens are a great option for those who aren’t blessed with a garden view, nor have space for an internal courtyard.
Mixing more squares and rectangles with monochromatic colors creates an ultra-modern look. If that’s your preference, get the most out of that style by keeping furniture to a minimum and invest in a floating vanity or sink. You can also make a big statement by adding backsplashes and mirrors in these geometric configurations.
Another feature of a lot of modern-style bathrooms is an open plan, usually involving transparent glass walls around showers. This is especially good in smaller spaces.
This bathroom uses a “wet-room” style and distinctly modern elements: geometrical shapes in basic squares, a monochrome color scheme, and minimal decorative elements (again, a few flowers seem to do the trick).
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