St Kilda ResidenceScandinavian Bathroom, Melbourne
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Tip: But should you want to add some pizazz to a Scandi scheme, don’t go past the ‘pops of colour’ approach used in this Melbourne bathroom.Browse more Scandi-style bathrooms
7. Splash of colour If you want a pop of colour rather than a big splash, consider working just a few coloured tiles into the mix. Hexagons are great for having a little fun with your design. A sprinkling of coloured tiles will make a kids’ bathroom come alive while keeping you on budget. Order some single hexagons in your kids’ favourite colours for a playful effect.Browse more fun kids’ bathrooms
Meanwhile, the children’s bathrooms are playful and colourful. “Hexagonal ceramic wall tiles, in white, yellow and grey add a hint of fun,” says Goodwin. And like the kitchen downstairs, the face of the drawers and cabinet door-pulls have spotted gum veneer for warmth.Hexagonal tiles: Academy Tiles
6. Having fun with geometryPaint can be a great semi-permanent way to have fun with your bathroom design. By painting some of these honeycomb-shaped tiles in yellow and grey, Project 12 Architecture has uplifted a plain white bathroom.