Contemporary bathrooms are all about modern fittings paired with timeless materials and finishes. Think clean lines and innovative designs that are seemingly fit for a photoshoot even when they're a little less than tidy. Sound too good to be true? Think again. If you're planning a revamp for your personal sanctuary, take note of these 13 contemporary bathroom ideas that are turning heads.
1. The Hairpin Vanity
2. The Masculine Symmetry
Why make do with only one sink in your bathroom, when you can have two? This handsome symmetrical setup designed by Jean Charles Tomas would surely make getting ready in the morning a breeze. We especially love the custom wood vanity cabinet with vertical slats complemented by a rich marble countertop and black fixtures.
3. The Plaster Paradise
4. The Coral Trend
The rosy grout in this contemporary bathroom idea by Doherty Design Studio is right on trend with Pantone's color of the year "living coral," which was announced just a few days ago. The bespoke electric blue mirror completes the graphic nature of the the narrow space, adding a fun punch of color to the simple scheme.
5. The Shades of Gray
This modern gray bathroom in Australia goes all out to give starry-eyed a new meaning. From the oversize round mirror to the floating vanity cabinet topped with marble to the sculptural bowl sink, there is just so much to love in this striking washroom.
6. The Magic of Hex
Hexagonal shaped tile works wonders in bathrooms to create a clean and contemporary look. Pair them with black fixtures and black tile flooring, as shown in this creation by BKK Architects, for the perfect backdrop to your Aesop bottles.
7. The Split Level
8. The Geometric Beauty
9. The Tile Effect
Pump up the drama like Luke Fry did in this contemporary bathroom design, showcasing matte gray walls that sit above a dark tile wainscot. The tile-clad lower walls are accented with brass fixtures and a dark floating vanity cabinet topped by a concrete sink, resulting in a moody yet glamorous refuge.
10. The Color Block
If you're looking to create a dramatic statement without breaking the bank, color blocking could be the way to go. This modern beach-chic bathroom designed by General Assembly uses simple square tile in sea-foam green to create a subtle wainscot, while the alcove shower is covered in deep ocean-blue tile from floor to ceiling.