In modern life, bathrooms are no longer merely a personal toilet, but gradually become a relaxing space for all family members. It creates an inspiring space for architects to unleash creativity, bringing new experiences to homeowners.
While many of the inner city is concreted, natural-style bathrooms provide a green resting place for homeowners. Features of this style come from natural materials such as wood, stone and decorative greenery.
The Luxe Bathroom
Luxury style is especially suitable for large bathrooms. Polished tiles, granite, yellow or bronze details and high-end accessories are key features for this style. In addition, the decorative chandelier system also contributes to the fanciful, luxurious space.
The Minimal Bathroom
Inspired by the minimalist life of Japanese people, this style bathroom is built from basic structures, shapes, fewer objects and enhances free space. White and neutral are often used
The classic style is often heavy and extravagant, while the neoclassical version simplifies cumbersome details and retains subtle arches. Neoclassical bathrooms are the first choice to bring regal, luxurious. However, this style is difficult to apply in tight spaces.