KerferdContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Unite with color. There are many disparate elements in this monochrome space: a period-nodding roll-top bathtub, Victorian-style tiles with a contemporary twist, an industrial sliding door, an on-trend black faucet and a rustic milking stool. What makes them look considered and not chaotic? That elegantly disciplined Scandinavian color palette. It’s a classic.
6. Make more room for what matters. Ever noticed how much room doors take up? You need to keep a space clear to allow them to swing open, which can be a hard ask in a small bathroom. Consider switching the orientation of the door so it swings out of the bathroom, or install a sliding or pocket door. This also goes for doors on showers, vanity units and medicine cabinets (which can also be recessed into the wall). Some people remove the doors to their kitchen and laundry rooms altogether to create a more open space. The more space you can create, the easier it is to install the fixtures (and storage) you want or need.