Shifting gears here from our super glam Art Deco Aesthetic to the complete opposite, Minimalist Modern. I know I’ve probably said this a hundred times, but I am a clean freak so the Minimalist Modern aesthetic is near and dear to my heart. Another thing I know I have said so many times is, your bathroom should be a sanctuary in your home so, I don’t think there is any better aesthetic than Minimalist Modern to make those sanctuary bathroom dreams come true. If you haven’t guessed by now, we are exploring Minimalist Modern and how to accomplish the aesthetic in the bathroom.
Via HQ Room
All of the lines in your bathroom should be [extremely] clean. If it gets too boxy for you, try adding a curved sink.
Via Tom Robertson
The colors for this aesthetic could not be more easy. Stick to black, white, grey and light colored woods.
Texture (or lack there of)
Via Toronto Life
Minimalist Modern calls for sleek surfaces. No need for cabinet hardware for this look, keep everything streamlined and flush. If you are dying for some added texture, this can be accomplished with tile.
Via Robson Rak
Minimalist = minimal. Keep any kind of clutter stored away in drawers and cabinets. Even better if your storage doesn’t look like storage like these mirror cabinets. If you have or want open shelving please make sure you are only displaying very little like towels, clean potted plants and/or well designed soaps.
Via Nyde.co/Homes to Love
Let that light in! Nothing is worse that a dark dingy bathroom.
Shower & Faucet Fixtures
Pick shower and faucet fixtures that are clean and streamed lined. Need help? Check out our Black & Brass Faucet Mood Board post.
Via Nyde.co/Tom Blachford | Yellowtrace
Like everything else, keep your decor minimal. Display a plant, your pretty soaps and a simple waste basket.
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