By Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Saturday, August 19th 2017, 10:44:26 AM.
This is undoubtedly the most popular way to combine gray and yellow inside the modern bathroom. A gray bathroom gives you plenty of design flexibility, and by keeping the backdrop neutral, you can alter the appeal of the space by simply changing the accent additions. This allows you to switch between the hottest colors of the season with ease, and you can do so with minimal fuss and in a cost‐ effective fashion. Beating the boredom of winter, complementing the breezy allure of summer and fitting in with the effervescence of spring and fall, yellow accents in the gray bathroom simply never fail.
This bathroom breaks all the rules for a small space, covering dark walls with a plethora of art. Does it make the space feel a bit smaller than all‐ white walls would? Sure. But it also transforms a totally blah powder room into a statement‐ making space that doesn‘t feel super‐ bathroomy, a modern trend that‘s fun to play with.
The general perception is that live‐ edge furniture is only in homes with a rustic bent and should only be used in spaces with farmhouse, Mediterranean or other exotic styles. That, of course, is a fad that you will quickly get past once you actually start seeing how amazing live‐ edge pieces can be when used in contemporary and modern interiors. It is no different in the case of the live‐ edge vanity top and the contemporary bathroom clad in sophisticated gray or relaxing white. The neutral backdrop of a modern bathroom allows the vanity top to shine through, even as its rough finish and woodsy charm bring a whole new dimension to the refined setting.