Update the look of your private spaces with these chic bed and bath combinations.
Dark and cosy
A dark visual profile can make a space feel cosy and restful, making it one of the best options for both the bed and bath. Bring larger blocks of darker shades, such as black or grey, into your home’s private chambers if you wish to create a snug yet sophisticated ambience within.
Nothing says luxurious quite like a walk-in wardrobe, but what about a hidden bathroom? Take a page from this marble-clad en suite, which is cleverly disguised as part of the bedroom’s wardrobe. A pair of midnight black double-panelled doors blends in with the rest of the structure’s facade to make the camouflage possible.
Keeping to a subdued palette of white and black can be useful for creating a tranquil bathroom ambience but it never hurts to add some character. Striking monochrome graphic tiles offer a way to accomplish this without breaking up the simple and clean aesthetic of a private space that is all about Zen.
Set up a relaxing ambience in a sleeping zone with plenty of layers that are soft to the touch. If you are looking for a quieter, more sophisticated vibe, no-frills upholstered surfaces are the perfect bedroom accessories for creating a comfortable environment that is suitable for a pre-bedtime reading session or a good night’s sleep.
Nothing says refreshing quite like a rejuvenating nap or a cleansing shower in a sumptuous hotel suite – so make every day feel like a holiday by creating your own luxurious sanctuary at home. If you are open to making structural modifications, consider tearing down the walls between an en suite and a master bedroom to form an open-concept haven that seamlessly encompasses both bed and bath.
This was adapted from an article originally published in the July 2017 issue of SquareRooms