Stripes in Yellow and Gray Small yellow accents in the gray bathroom such as a stylish stool or side table next to the bathtub in bright yellow, a gorgeous rug in mustard yellow, or even a shower curtain and a few towels in gold or canary yellow can make a huge visual impact. But you can take this a step further with a shower curtain or a tiled shower wall that ushers in bold stripes or even the chevron pattern. Instead of just blocks of yellow set against a gray backdrop, geometric shapes and even eclectic patterns can enhance the impact of yellow, even as the gray background keeps things uncluttered and urbane.
The past few seasons have seen plenty of attention being showered on gray and its many shades. When it comes to neutrals, nothing currently beats the charisma and popularity of gray. This obviously means more and more of us are starting to use the color in places where white was otherwise the gold standard. Contemporary bathrooms present one such setting, and instead of the simple white backdrop, homeowners are now starting to experiment with gray at its diverse best. While this is a great idea on many levels, a bathroom devoid of all color can quickly seem drab and boring. Today, we intend to drive out this boredom with some colorful zest!
If simply having a glass sink isn’t trendy enough for you, scout one with a dynamic and unique shaping that could be the symbol of edgy and modern within your bathroom. But sometimes, simplicity works best. A plain and transparent glass sink is a beautiful piece to include into a bathroom of any size. It doesn’t clutter a smaller space (due to the transparency) and almost blends in with the surroundings in a bigger one.