Looking to include modernity, a bit of colour and quirkiness for your toilet? Maybe you should take some cues from Polish artists Daymon Studio and Turkish programmer, Semsa Bilge.
Semsa Bilge’s toilet layouts include vibrant colour and picture prints that appear to jump off the walls.
Bilge adds brilliant plaid picture prints into the walls of the bathroom for a really distinctive design idea.
They create a toilet in which a wall and the floor are covered in tiles that are brown, whereas the other wall and ceiling are just cream-colored. This option makes the room fascinating by breaking conventional layout principles, while also undermining two distinct tastes, and as a consequence, makes the room both lavish and comfortable.
Maybe my favourite out of the entire bunch, Bilge integrates Japanese Edo artist Hokusai’s famous woodblock print of”The Great Wave off Kanagawa” on the walls of the edgy bathroom. She asserts the identical woodblock print look using miniature, square tiles and also retains the remainder of the toilet in exactly the exact same motif by lining each the walls using the very same tiles in black and blue and engraving waves across the edge of the bathtub.
Daymon made this 3D-design for a notion for a smaller toilet. Beautiful big, beige tiles line the walls and also bigger, square brown ones encase the whirlpool bathtub. An easy mirror hangs on the wall and a timber sink supplies a pure touch. Pops of colour in the towel, vase, and floor mat include a cheerful vibe into this little area.
Daymon Studio enjoys to make colorful, clean layouts with a great deal of charm and character.
He colour mixes in this bath are spectacular, especially the picture prints online the walls along with the superb purple spout.