Minimalism took the hearts of interior decorators by storm and entered the showrooms a good few years ago. Nevertheless, it still remains at the top of trends in decorating houses and apartments. Minimalist style fits perfectly into virtually any interior and looks equally good in the living room and bedroom as well as in the kitchen and bathroom. Unfortunately, due to the poor palette of colors offered by this décor, interiors can sometimes seem bland. See how to introduce color into a minimalist bathroom, so that it does not lose its distinctive design.
There is plenty of space to introduce color in the bathroom, with the help of accessories and bathroom accessories. A reliable way will be to buy a soap dish and a toothbrush holder or cup in striking colors. In a minimalist interior, “striking” means practically any color. Against the background of white and black any color will be striking and will effectively cheer up the room. Even pastel shades will do their job and enliven the bathroom. With soft accents, the room will still be minimalist, but not cool
A single, large accent color
If you don’t want to use several small additions to bring color into the bathroom, go for one big accent. This could be, for example, a colorful rug in the middle of the room or, an option for the bolder, a colorful bathtub. For inspiration, check out our bathroom showroom in Warsawwhere you can check out interior design suggestions and buy specific products. In a large, minimalist bathroom, a mint or powder pink bathtub will warm up the decor and make it interesting and unique
The bathroom is also a place where there is no shortage of textiles that you can use as small color accents. In addition to the aforementioned carpet, you can also hang colorful towels on the walls, breaking the colorless interior of a minimalist bathroom. Besides towels, bathrobes, which often appear on bathroom hooks, will also work great. They don’t have to be white at all! The pink and blue of the lady’s and gentleman’s bathrobes can cheer up the bathroom decor perfectly
If you don’t have room for a bathtub or if you prefer showers, you can break the minimalism of your bathroom by designing your shower differently. The tiles in the shower area can be coloured or even patterned! This single, closed-off part of the bathroom then becomes an exception to the rule of minimalism and a point that enlivens the entire decor. Then the interior becomes more cosy, but still without losing its minimalist setting.
Plants for the bathroom
Green is one of the most beautiful colors. You can introduce it to a minimalist bathroom with the help of plants. There are many green plants that do not need much light, but they like very humid climate. So the bathroom is a perfect place for dracaena, zamiokulkas, ficus or difenbachia, for example. Epipremnum will also look very nice with its stems climbing up the bathroom shelves or on the ceiling. All of these plants are very easy to grow, and because they are in a warm, humid bathroom, they need very occasional watering
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