Space. The majority of superyacht bathrooms are smaller in size to allow more room in other areas of the home or yacht, therefore meaning that having a larger space to work with is already a luxury in itself. However, if the room is small, try not to invest in large and bulky looking fixtures. The accessories in the bathroom should complement the style and layout of the room to give the effect of having more space. Light, like space aboard a superyacht, natural light is also a commodity that can be in short supply, with the bathroom often hidden in the middle of the interior space. Firstly, consider how much natural light the bathroom already gets: If the room already has large open windows that flood sunlight, there may not be a need for large powerful spotlights. A dimmer will always make a great addition for evening bathing and ambiance.
On the contrary, if there are only small windows available, or no windows at all, the light fittings will need to be bright enough to allow for the essential tasks carried out in the bathroom, such as applying make-up and shaving. It's important to try and install lights that do not create shadows, and again, install a dimmer for the more relaxing times in the bathroom. Selecting the right bathtub for a superyacht bathroom. The bathtub is often the main attraction of the bathroom, and is therefore often the most expensive. Bathtubs come in all shapes and sizes, and can be crafted out of materials like acrylic, stone resin, steel or copper - the list is endless, so it can be difficult to know which bathtub is right for your needs.
Black and white, this classic color combination works well for a color scheme for any style of bathroom – from the very traditional to the very contemporary (and everywhere in between and aside). Let's just take a minute to appreciate the lovely wiry chandelier in the background here, shall we? Warmed up grey-blue and white, one way to warm up your lighter bathroom color scheme is to incorporate warm contrasting shades into the space – blue and orange are complementary colors, so this antique brass or bronzed mirror frame and firey-hued flora really bring the bathroom to life. Charcoal grey and white, modern and sexy, this color combination adds an almost romantic vibe to the bathroom. Letting your fixtures (sink, tub, shower, and toilet) serve as the white component of the color scheme enhances the minimalism of a contemporary space and contrasts beautifully against a moody hue.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Dreamascream website that is not Dreamascream’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Dreamascream claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
© Copyright 2019 Dreamascream. All Rights Reserved.