5 Bathroom Designs for Singaporean Homes
Your bathroom design speak volumes about your style and your standards. Here’s some inspiration!
At the very least, a bathroom design should be clean, neat and functional. If space and budget permit, it can also be relaxing, luxurious and even opulent. Throw in some imagination, and your loo can look as good as your living room. As these real-life bathrooms show, a bathroom can accommodate much more than a shower and a toilet.
The fully tiled wall of the shower cubicle, in textured and variegated grey-toned tiles, is the star of this bathroom design. It is brightened up by the natural sunlight pouring through the naked windows, the pristine white countertop on the vanity and the classic white sanitaryware. A planter box and a flowering pot plant further liven up this cosy space.
The centrepiece of this luxurious bathroom design is a free-standing, claw-footed enamel bathtub, reminiscent of old English manors. Yet while the feel is Victorian, the frameless shower cubicle is thoroughly modern. The printed Roman blinds complement the pale butter yellow cabinets and classic ceramic-tiled floor.
The Suite Life
This lavish bathroom design is hotel suite-worthy with its marble tiles, double basins, standalone tub and gorgeous chandelier. You could lose the tub and one of the basins and replicate the look in a smaller space.
Just Add Colour
Teal blue cabinets, paired with eye-catching arabesque wall tiles in black, white and grey, make a big visual impact in this unforgettable yet essentially simple bathroom design. A bold colour choice eliminates the need for further accessories and adornment.
Hollywood and Wood
A lightbulb-framed mirror, reminiscent of a starlet’s dressing room, contrasts ironically with wood grains in this sauna-inspired bathroom design. It’s proof that mixing and mismatching can work, beautifully, when done selectively.
This elegantly simple bathroom design is made uniquely memorable with a feature wall of slim grey and white subway tiles, set in an on-trend yet evergreen herringbone pattern.
When you think about it, the bathroom is the only room in your home where your guests are likely to spend ‘alone time’. That means they are free to scrutinise rather than socialise, if only for a few minutes. It’s even more reason to make sure that little room is impressive not depressive. If you’re thinking about renovating, be it just your bathroom and kitchen or your entire home, think carefully before you engage an interior designer. Request for a free renovation quote here, and we’ll connect you with an interior designer who fits your needs.
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