Baths are an essential part of our daily routine. Nothing is more important than creating that inner space that relaxes you during the morning rush and soothes you in the evening. We show you four projects from our partners that can undoubtedly inspire you.
Interior architect Justien Lescouhier designed a bathroom in which neutral colors mix with dark accents. Light beige on the floor, walls and ceiling provide a soft backdrop against which black details in the dark shower and sink add much-needed contrast and enhancement. Despite the sloping ceilings, you still feel spacious here. Neutral tones also create a calming vibe in this bathroom by Dejaeger Design. The spacious bathroom is cleverly arranged, with space for a basin, bathtub and walk-in shower. White and brown tones are combined in such a way that they blend seamlessly with each other. Natural stone immediately catches the eye and creates an atmosphere of luxury. Bronze tabor adds a rich finish.
An interior that makes you relax during the morning rush and calm you down in the evening
Laura Calleeuw designed a bathroom with a clear air in the room. Floating laundry furniture is one of the items that contribute to this. Base cabinet drawers also provide an airy effect. The seamless aqua sensa finish continues on the walls sloping toward the ceiling. Plus, this project fits into Calleeuw’s portfolio thanks to its useful storage options and hidden tech, a feature that is of course always useful in a bathroom. This latest bathroom, designed by Britt Van Namen, differs from previous designs because of its strong focus on contrasts. Sandblasted vulcano provides an interesting accent in the bathroom and in the freestanding wash basin furniture. Black elements in the mirror, faucet, and towel dryer punctuate the look of subtle projection and add extra strength to the whole. Whatever style you like, one of these four bathrooms is sure to spark new ideas for your home!
Banner photo: Interior design by Laura Calio, photography by Bert Demachure
Images 2 – 4: Interior design by Justien Lesquherr
IMAGES 5 – 6: Interior design by Dejaeger Interieurarchitecten, Photography by Caffeine
PHOTOS 7-9: Interior design by Laura Kallio, photography by Bert Demachure
PHOTOS 10-11: Interior design by Brett van Namen, Photography by Caffeine
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