Bluff House BathroomContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Bluff House bathroom. Brass tapware, geometric cement tiles, rendered concrete wall. Timber vanity.
Photography: Auhaus Architecture
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Similarly, brass fixtures work just as well in contemporary bathrooms that showcase modern tile designs and sleek designer fittings. The warmth of brass marries perfectly with a natural palette and other earthy elements such as timber and stone, and will give your space a welcoming and homey feel.
For a contemporary twist on a historic style, look out for patterned tiles that combine delicate detailing with modern designs, such as chevrons. TELL USWould you be brave enough to introduce these bold designs into your bathroom? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.MOREBathroom Tiles: Lifting the Lid on Size, Pattern and Special EffectsHow to Choose the Right Floor For Your ShowerStatement Tiles for Your Bathroom
9. Make it modern with monochromesGraphic black and white is a beloved Scandinavian design element, especially when mixed with warmer elements such as light timbers and brass tapware. Auhaus Architecture made a bold but masterful flooring choice with black and white geometric tiles in this contemporary Melbourne house, resulting in a highly sophisticated, textural and unique looking bathroom.