Modern bathroom: 5 style tips when space is small

A miniature jewel of functionality and beauty: when the service area is small, create a modern bathroom having style and personality can be a real challenge. Between mistakes not to be made and tricks to make it look bigger, tricks to position the shower e space-saving ideas, it is good not to forget to give a well-defined character to the wellness room, in order to make it special. For a modern bathroom of great effect here 5 style tips, perfect even when space is limited.

Dare with décor, for a mini bathroom with a ‘wow’ effect

To transform a small modern bathroom into a self-care room, you need to be daring. Make way for custom-made marble washbasins as in this loft in Berlin, to compositions of multicolor furniture, a mirrors and lamps with an eclectic style, to vintage pieces of furniture, to chandeliers that illuminate the space.

Winning the idea of create a fifth with the wallpaper which, of course, must be chosen in vinyl or PVC material resistant to water and humidity. Fun tub with tropical backdrop in one tuscan house, where palm trees and Monstera are certainly not very common.

The glass wall, to transform studios into hotel suites

Winks at the world of hôtellerie the idea of ​​opening with a glass door from the bathroom to the bedroom or towards the rest of the space in the case of studios. Perfect solution for let in natural light when the environment is blind, it is not suitable for family homes but is perfect for single apartments or pied-à-terre.

Scenic and certainly not very common, the “transparent wall” reveals the shower area but, clearly, maintains proper privacy in the area where the sanitary ware is installed, as in this one all blue one-bedroom apartment where the shower head is just behind the headboard.

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Full color

Choosing a nuance to give character to the small bathroom can be a winning choice. A very specific color that identifies the area as “independent” from the rest of the house and gives it its own character.

Is always better to avoid too dark colors: rather, it is good to opt for light or iridescent shades, which make the whole vibrant. The glossy effect ceramic wall tiles, such as the bright mosaic chosen by Tommaso Giunchi for a typical Milanese banister house renovated in the name of design, glossy enamels and resins.

The moss-colored microcement, as happens in this elegant Parisian studio. Waterproof surfaces such as resins and microcements they can also be laid on the floor and, without interruption, continue in the shower, to obtain an extremely contemporary “color box”.

Total white minimalism, a timeless idea

If you don’t want to dare, or are afraid of breaking too much with the style of the house, do it a small modern bathroom all white it is always a winning choice. Intended not to tire over time, the mini-room can be equipped with hyper-minimalist lacquered storage units or in light wood that look to Nordic design, optically expanded with the use of mirrors and illuminated with recessed ceiling technical spotlights under the banner of less is more. The idea to copy? The bathroom of the studio all white and gray signed by Francesc Rifé in Barcelona.

Suspended sanitary ware, practical and light

They facilitate cleaning operations and make the whole lighter: suspended sanitary ware, maybe of smaller than standard size, they are perfect for modern mini bathrooms. Among the advantages of these vessels is also a lower noise during the discharge phase, given by the recess of the basin inside the wall which absorbs a large part of the lapping. During the purchase and installation phase, it is advisable to check that the wall on which the support brackets will be fixed is sufficiently solid and thick but you must not be afraid of any sagging: the suspended sanitary fixtures hold weights that greatly exceed 300 Kg. Another point in favor? They do not interrupt the perception of the coating, as in this two-tone bathroom inside a Milanese house.

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