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5 Of The Best Industrial Style Bathrooms

Posted on Apr 4, 2016 by

The bathroom is a place for relaxation and reflection. Aside from the sofa, it’s most probably where you choose to retire after a long day for some shameless self-indulgence, taking a hot shower or long soak in the bath, feeling your troubles slip away. But if that’s the case, your bathroom needs to be up to scratch in the design department. So, take some decorative inspiration from these 5 brilliant bathrooms.

A monochrome scheme keeps the interior clean and minimal.

A monochrome scheme keeps the interior clean and minimal.
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It’s much easier to clear your thoughts in a simple, refined setting. This bathroom has a minimal monochrome scheme. White subway tiles complement original wood flooring, while a concrete basin surround on a piping pedestal bring touches of industrial chic.

Grey wall paint is the perfect partner for dark stained wood.

Grey wall paint is the perfect partner for dark stained wood.
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By contrast, a darker colour scheme can create a comforting cocoon effect. The grey painted walls and dark stained wood in this bathroom couple nicely to set a relaxing and intimate mood. Exposed copper piping has been incorporated as a design feature, complemented by the industrial window inspired mirror.

This nautical themed bathroom has lovely industrial touches.

This nautical themed bathroom has lovely industrial touches.
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If you’re near the coast, why not channel that coastal context and invest in some subtle nautical detailing for your bathroom. Here, porthole windows that draw natural light into a cozy attic bathroom. A deep Bateau bathtub brings classic flair. And a vintage wooden ladder could be used as a towel rail.

For a similar style bathtub, try Catchpole & Rye.

The neutral decor in this bathroom is enhanced with bold lighting.

The neutral decor in this bathroom is enhanced with bold lighting.
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Nothing says industrial interior like concrete. This bathroom contrasts two different types of raw unfinished concrete on the floor and walls, filling the space with character. The grey colour scheme is broken up with bare bulb lighting on striking red cables.

The warm tones of the wood and brick in this bathroom give a warm, homely feel.

The warm tones of the wood and brick in this bathroom give a warm, homely feel.
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Exposed brickwork, beams and original wood flooring combine beautifully in this bathroom and are cleverly complemented by bathroom fixtures in a classic style. A sheepskin rug softens the textures of this industrial space.

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