Tired of looking at your all-white bathroom? While many homeowners tend to stick to the basics-a washbasin, a toilet bowl, and a showerhead-there are a few who have turned their bath space into a spa-like sanctuary.
Don't settle for a cookie-cutter bathroom design and take your cue from these properties:
1. DESIGN BY AKIHAUS
To have a spa-like sanctuary at home, add inviting organic touches to your bathroom. This home in Sentosa has paired wood with muted grey tiles, which warms up the overall look of the bathroom.
The wooden ladder-instead of using usual metal bars or regular hangers-contributed a rustic touch to the already serene vibe of this space.
2. DESIGN BY THE 80'S STUDIO
Even though there are some dark elements in this bathroom in an HDB flat in Hougang Parkedge, the bathroom still looks spacious overall, perfect for that most-awaited pamper time.
The secret to this is letting air flow freely in your bathroom to tickle your senses and calm your nerves.
3. DESIGN BY ONE-STOP CONCEPT
Mood lighting is important in creating a spa-like environment.
This bathroom in a Parbury Avenue home exudes so much sensuality and beauty, thanks to its perfect mood lighting as well as fuss-free room accents that won't distract you in getting into the mood for relaxation.
4. DESIGN BY ROOOT STUDIO
Right at the end of the hallway of this HDB flat is a relaxing haven awashed in sturdy light oak that is complemented with pure shades of white and flecks of gold.
This opulent and stylish home used lines-in the form of mirrors, lighting fixtures, trimmings, and shadow gap skirtings-that soothe the eyes and relax the senses.
5. DESIGN BY ICON INTERIOR
Create a soothing sanctuary in your bathroom by using a monochromatic base enhanced with varying shades of wood accents.
The stone-effect textures of this bathroom in an HDB flat in Tampines vary in shades, carving out that visually striking and inviting bathroom.
6. DESIGN BY D' MARVEL SCALE
Blue, along with the other cool shades, is a favourite go-to colour for a relaxing space. This bathroom in Toh Guan is pretty straightforward as it uses pastel colours to create a welcoming and soothing bathroom.
This article was first published in Cromly.