Bathrooms are one of the most important spaces in a home. The bathroom can set the tone for the entire house and make or break a first impression. In many homes, bathrooms are used as an example of how homeowners want to live their lives – if they have a spacious bathroom with plenty of storage, it is often because they want to live that way in other areas of their lives too.
The concept of a monochromatic color scheme is not at all new. Monochromatic colors are colors with the same hue and intensity, but they can be mixed in different values, tints and shades to produce various effects. It’s a popular design element because it provides a good starting point when you’re looking to create cohesive color schemes for spaces using several different colors.
Monochromatic colors are not just for painting the walls of your home. Here’s how to use monochromatic colors to design a bathroom that’ll make you feel like you’re at a spa! The monochromatic approach to interior design is simple, but powerful. It’s a great way to create elegant and sophisticated spaces and it looks fantastic in bathrooms too.
Make your bathroom come alive with a very good and attractive design, so that makes us as the owners feel comfortable using the bathroom. And others who see it will be puzzled. See the picture below.
Well, if you dare to take inspiration from the design of monochromatic bathroom was fantastic.
Look at the pictures, selected color is very vibrant, but could work equally well with a calmer color. Pictures of green bathroom with lots of mirrors shows how to create some contrast with white to add interest to a room.
This is a good idea because the monochromatic scheme may bear the risk of boring. So keep the accents and neutral colors in mind or use a variety of tonal blend and combine multiple textures or shapes for contrast.
On the other hand, three bathrooms in a slightly different features. They use a monochromatic scheme monotonous, where the same colors used in the same consistent intensity throughout the chamber. Pattern and form have to remember to avoid the boring factor, but the color choices here make a pretty strong statement on their own, avoiding contrast features that actually work.
To make the bathroom as above, don’t forget about lighting – also can play a major role in achieving some depth in such a room. And you can visit the Stone Resources and Min | Day for more inspiration.