Too much of contemporary design can leave your home looking dull and boring; no wonder architects recommend dedicating a space in your home to everything that’s natural. And what better place besides your bathroom to experiment with a natural look?
Many homeowners use their bathroom as a private escape; it is that one place in your home you long to get into for a warm shower after a hard day or for a relaxing session in the bathtub with a magazine and glass of wine. Keeping all those modern tiles, furniture, hardware and glaring rights away from your bathroom with a more natural appeal with candles, wooden furniture, scented floral aromas and natural stone will add to the gorgeous ambience.
Natural stone can pump a fresh new lease of life into any bathroom and here are a bunch of ideas we’ve brought to you for inspiration.
Natural Stone Bathrooms
Immerse yourself and become one with nature by tiling your bathroom walls with natural stone.
Or you could surround yourself amidst the beauty of nature with a bathroom tiled from head to toe with natural stone.
You could also give your bathroom the majestic appeal of yore with asymmetrical and roughly cut natural stone elements. Rough edges, odd shapes, a variety of sizes and irregular patterns can bring out the beauty of natural stone in the most natural way.
You’d probably like a bathroom resembling an alcove, one of your very own with unpolished, raw natural stone décor.
“Inspired!” is what you will feel with a bathroom like this; however, you will resent leaving this space and want to spend every waking and even resting hour in a bathroom like this.
It’s easier to devote personal time if you have your own space to do so. Decorating your natural stone wall with candles, flowers or even books can bring out that “personalized touch”.
A Pleasant Mix of Contemporary and Natural Stone Design
Sometimes, it can get challenging to completely do away with contemporary design. For all such times, you can perfectly complement natural stone design with modern works.
Wooden cabinets and glass doors go well with natural stone in brown and grey hues.
Grey marble gives your bathroom a natural look, which can be complemented perfectly with irregularly patterned and asymmetrically shaped tiles.
Building a bathroom is easy; creating one that perfectly brings out a natural appeal is a bit of a challenge, but creativity flows in your personal space and who knows it might just take one trip to your bathroom to breed a host of brilliant ideas to make your space cozy, comfortable and beautiful.