Bathroom interior design is criminally underrated, especially when compared to the overall home interior design process. Usually, bathrooms are treated as individual entities rather than an extension of the house, so these spaces tend to feel rather cut-off from the rest of the design. However, a good bathroom interior design should be cohesive and properly functional in order to look truly wholesome. So here are 5 bathroom interior design styles for your inspiration.
1. The double vanity conundrum
If you’ve got enough space that a single vanity may look very small and visually disconcerting, then there is no harm in going for the double-vanity aesthetic. This kind of a layout is best suited for couples and large-family oriented HDB designs, as it allows more than one person to use the bathroom at the same time. It’s a unique idea that is being widely implemented in the overall design world to great results.
2. The luxury bathroom effect
Whether you live in the lap of luxury or not, you can definitely design you bathroom in such a fashion. All you need is a feature bathtub in one corner of your space in order to get started with such an effect. Of course you’ll need a lot of space to properly emulate this kind of a style, so don’t try this unless you have enough room to properly capture this effect.
3. The minimal style
The best part about a minimalistic bathroom style is that it features a clean aesthetic, which always looks very appealing in a space like a bathroom. This style is especially relevant to the formation because it has the ability to juggle space constraints and make even the smallest of bathrooms feel drenched in understated luxury.
4. Visually connected bathrooms
These days, a new trend is taking the Singapore design world by storm. People are loving the visually connected bathroom layouts. In such design layouts, the vanity is designed right next to the bedroom, which can lead to the creation of a nice visual connection between the bedroom and bathroom. It gives a spa-like appeal, which attracts a lot of people.
5. The shower/bathtub conundrum
One of the most common laments during any bathroom design is whether the user should go for a bathtub or a shower – we say, why not both? You can utilize the space allotted for the shower area to install a bathtub, and still install a shower head above it. You can always take a shower standing inside the bathtub if mood calls for it.