Dory Bouvier. Bathroom. May 19th , 2017.
While it‘s not uncommon to think of a bathroom space in the home as a place that is visited only briefly, the Japanese have a different take on this room. In Japanese culture, a bathroom is a space for rest and rejuvenation as much as it is for cleanliness. Because it‘s a space that is lingered in, a Japanese-style bathroom is built for enjoying, and not simply efficiency. One of the most popular recent imports when creating a Japanese bathroom is the incorporation of a small soaking tub. These are placed in bathrooms with the sole purpose of relaxing a tired body and giving you time to collect your thoughts and inspirations. Their size indicates that they are not for bathing for hygiene, but for peaceful meditation and calm. Oils and salts for a soaking tub should be readily available if you are looking to create an authentic Japanese bathroom.n a countertop with purpose. A Japanese-style bathroom should have the option for relaxing music as well. Making an effort to hide the technology within the décor is essential so it‘s not a distracting feature.
Turn classic subway tiles on their side by choosing them in dark green glass and laying them lengthwise. Give a plain bathroom a sassy twist by tiling a half-wall in a saturated color such as fire-glazed orchid. Make a boring white bathroom exciting by laying tiles in a herringbone pattern and layering in a touch of color. Triangular tiles laid in a 3D cube pattern trick the eye into seeing more depth and keep a tile half-wall from looking monolithic. Give a modern bathroom a touch of vintage softness with shell-shaped deco tiles. A curvy vintage mirror, sconces and brass fixtures finish the classic look. Floor-to-ceiling patterned tile paired with terra cotta-colored grout creates a spa-like escape that pairs well with Turkish cotton towels and a relaxing bath.
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Where tile is concerned, the phrase less is more rings true. Gone are the days of covering the entire room in saturated tile. Rather modern bathrooms use colorful tiles to draw attention to a focal point. Use it in a spa-like rainforest shower or as an eye-catching backsplash behind your vanity. A modern option sure to make an impact is adding a shaded tub. You can choose from a variety of materials such as copper or painted porcelain, but whichever you choose be sure to select hue that you‘ll be happy with for a long time to come.
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