There are many color schemes out there for the modern bathroom but few are currently as trendy as the wood and white color palette. And it is not a color scheme that is limited to the bathroom alone in its popularity. The wood and white palette is being embraced extensively in kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms across the world. In fact, the best kitchens out there today deliver this color scheme in one form or another with plenty of options to customize. Today, we take a look at the best wood and white bathrooms out there and how they can alter your life dramatically.
The best wood and white bathrooms are the ones that find a balance between wood and white in terms of sophistication and warmth. While white brings modernity to the setting, wood adds a certain timeless appeal to the space without ever altering the color scheme. This is probably why the idea of combining the two has become so popular in the last few years. Today, the all-white, spa-inspired bathroom is being replaced the one with healthy dose of woodsy charm as well. So, step in and enjoy a world of relaxation and rejuvenation –
That Vanity in Wood
The easiest way to add wood to the wood to your white bathroom is by replacing the existing, modern vanity with something that is much woodsier. The floating wooden vanity is one that fits in perfectly with modern, contemporary and minimal styles in the bathroom. Those looking to introduce some farmhouse style charm or even rustic panache using the wooden vanity can go down the classic route with a piece that has distressed or weathered finish. A mirror with matching wooden frame and window frames in wood can complete a stylish and curated space that will last the test of time.
A Style of Your Choice
As we discussed earlier, the wood and white color scheme is one that works with almost every style you can think of in the bathroom with ease. In the more traditional, farmhouse, Mediterranean and rustic bathrooms you want to use a heavier strain of wood and one that feels aged and elegant. In the modern bathrooms and the contemporary ones inspired by spa-themes, it is the lighter wooden tones that work best. Adding a bit of green to this setting will give the bathroom a tropical twist while cozier shades of yellow and orange feel right in traditional and Mediterranean bathrooms.
More Wood than White
Using wood in the bathroom in a more extensive fashion requires a special amount of care and if you are up to it, then move away from the predominantly white setting and create a perfect balance between both the elements. A wooden floor is a great start as it already gives the room a warm ambience and brings balance to a bathroom where the walls are all in white. Add an additional wooden accent feature, a vanity in matching wooden finish and a stool or two and you have a stunning space that never fails.