In your opinion, can shape make an impact on your behaviour or how you feel at home or in a public place? How do you choose objects that surround you? Have you ever asked yourself why your chosen furniture has sleek lines, curved shapes, is your sofa open for conversations or more likely less suitable for a cosy chat? When choosing shapes for the interior, interior designer analyses several aspects. This would be the space, the needs of the owner and how furniture will impact human wellbeing. Also, the question asked would be how the overall design scheme, shapes, and materials can impact the place. In most of the cases, there are dozens of possibilities and “right design” for one place. Today CovetED is here to present you a sense of warmth with how to style round shapes in your bathroom.
Interior design tip: use several soft, curvy lines in brutalist or modern architecture homes to soften sharp edges and sleek lines.
Circles have no beginning or end. They can represent the sun, the earth and the moon. They bring a sense of completeness. By adding the right design, this sense of movement can be used to its full capacity.
The bathroom atmosphere is very important. It is somewhere you will want to relax in at night but early in the morning, probably want to just shower and go. This means a lot of thought needs to go into its functionality as well as aesthetic values.
Remember that a bathroom is full of hard, clean surfaces, so it really does need to be softened to look inviting and stylish. There is nothing worse than a bathroom looking sterile or too regimented. It is important to get it right as it is not an easy room to change later on and doing so can be an expensive exercise!
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PIAZZOLLA WALL LAMP
Piazzolla wall fixture is a pure 60’s stilnovo style that brings a retro touch to contemporary spaces. Featuring two aluminium cones, this wall light fixture offers light both from top and bottom lamp shades to provide a subtle glow.
Newton washbasin is an organically shaped piece made out of cast aluminium spheres that merge to create a tabletop, providing a unique design approach to this bathroom decor piece.
Colosseum Mirror is a rounded oblong mirror inspired in the most iconic buildings from Ancient Rome, because of its massive size and concentric shape. It features a frame produced in polished brass accented by an LED strip around the whole body.
Newton is an outstanding moment of design inspiration. This freestanding bathtub features a single-slipper style shape, a timeless detail that conveys comfort.
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