The paneled wooden ceiling gives this neutral bathroom a Scandinavian sauna feeling. Credit: ArchDaily neutral bathrooms
Neutral colors are very popular nowadays for home decor: They are timeless, they become rooms with light and air, they make them look bigger and never go out of style. Neutral colors also go with most decorating styles you can think of. So rocking neutrals is a win-win idea. When decorating a functional space, neutrals are even more topical as they lift the mood and make the room appear larger. Neutral bathrooms are really amazing and inviting, although you need to decorate them properly to avoid boring looks. How? Here are a few ideas.
If you only use a single type of neutral tile, your bathroom might look a little dull. When you combine these, you get a bolder and cooler space. How do I mix the tiles? We have a complete guide here. Think of edgy neutral tiles - hexagon, marble, long and narrow tiles, large tiles - that will give your bathroom a more modern look. Opt for two to three different neutral tiles in different areas of your bathroom and it will look fresher and more catchy.
Wood is a must if you want to warm up and liven up your bathroom. It gives a cozy feeling and fits any style of decoration. There are many shades and wood tones to choose from, and you can opt for smooth surfaces or a living edge. You can incorporate wood with a vanity top, stools, end tables, mats, and more, and add wicker baskets for storage.
While you might say a bathroom is too small for a decor, it is still a must-have, although you can opt for functional decor. An oversized mirror can be your decor and reflects the light that visually doubles your space. Artwork can be a good idea if there is some space for it. If not, put pebbles under the bathtub, use greenery in pots, and get luxurious swim suits to make your bathing experience cooler. Enjoy!