Adding Color to the Vanity Most modern vanities offer a variety of options for those looking to create a curated towel display in the bathroom. It is the two part floating vanity that is without a doubt the most popular choice among homeowners in 2017. The space between the top and bottom unit allows you to display those fresh, folded towels in a simple, yet visually effective fashion. Since most of these units come in white or shades of gray, towels in bold orange, bright purple, navy blue or even sunny yellow tend to grab your attention straightaway. You can change the color of choice with changing seasons and trends to freshen up the bathroom.
Stick to a Cohesive Color Scheme One way to visually create a clean, tidy look is to stick to a color scheme. White is an increasingly popular choice for the powder room, as it has a crisp, refreshing feel. Imagine how different the space below would look if it featured accents such as blue and purple vases. Instead, clear and white containers enhance the serene feel.
Given Inda‘s offering of over 40 different colorful finishes, ordering a vanity from the Avantgarde collection that fits the color scheme of your existing bathroom is incredibly easy. And if you are a bit too picky about the exact shade, then there is always a chance to ask for a custom finish that matches those floating shelves and bathroom fittings that come along with your new vanity. Smart, practical and fashionable to its core!
Decor with Personality Reclaimed barn wood need not always be relegated to the walls alone, and you can give it a more practical and prominent role in the dining room by using it to craft a custom dining table or chairs. These additions obviously seem more at home in rustic and farmhouse-style dining spaces, but they can also add an interesting twist to your modern dining room. If this little move away from the beaten path does not interest you, then you might want to consider a credenza or buffet covered in reclaimed wood to give the dining space a cozy, inviting aura.
The first few months of 2017 have seen wood emerge as the big winner when it comes to home design and decorating. Inclination of homeowners and designers towards materials that are far more natural and an ambiance that is relaxing and warm has meant that wood has topped the trends chart in the past few months. From fabulous wooden siding, to wooden ceilings and slats that combine privacy with insulation, wood is quickly becoming the go to material in the contemporary interior. So, why not jump in on this natural bandwagon by bringing wood into your dining room?
This is the perfect fusion of form and ergonomics at its understated best, and while it is the white vanities that are the most popular, one can always opt for units with a bit more color and effervescence.
They say that fashion is cyclic and decorating trends are definitely no different. The old often gets recycled and upgraded to create hot new trends. But this takes a whole new meaning with the use of reclaimed wood. Giving old and discarded wooden planks a new lease on life, reclaimed wood brings along with it textural beauty and plenty of economic value. Sometimes the old flooring in your attic or that garage shed wood can be reused as you renovate your home and give a more modern sheen. There are other occasions when locally sourced reclaimed wood can keep your home revamp within budget.
We are always on the lookout for ways in which we can maximize space without giving up on either style or functionality. When it comes to contemporary bathrooms, it is the vanity and the sink with the mirror above that end up defining both the aesthetics of the space and its final style. The floating vanity is undoubtedly the most popular choice among homeowners as it allows one to create a sense of spaciousness visually without sacrificing practicality. But what if you could take this space-savvy goodness a notch higher with corner vanities and smart decor that revamp your bathroom with a dash of panache?
When you don’t want to compromise on elegance and innovation, a black vessel sink is the obvious choice. It is absolutely delicate and extraordinary, flexible to work with any type of chosen interior. The Orderly Appeal of Rectangular Vessel Sinks The opposite of round is rectangular and where round sinks bring contemporary touch, rectangular ones hold onto order and tradition. With that said, you can still find very impressive and creative rectangular vessel sinks that defy the tradition and pave the way for unique bathroom pieces!
To accent this palette, bring in a hint of brass, and don’t shy away from deep wooden tones for serving pieces, chairs and bowls. White marble can add contrast to the darker hues, as well as a sense of elegance. So serve up a delicious cheese plate on a marble board, and don’t forget the figs! More is more when it comes to this palette