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Looking to add modernity, a touch of color and quirkiness to your bathroom? Perhaps you should take some cues from Polish designers Daymon Studio and Turkish designer, Semsa Bilge.
Semsa Bilge’s bathroom designs incorporate vibrant color and graphic prints that seem to jump off the walls.
The color combinations in this bathroom are striking, particularly the graphic prints that line the walls and the wonderful purple sink.
Perhaps my favorite out of the whole bunch, Bilge incorporates Japanese Edo artist Hokusai’s famous woodblock print of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” on the wall of this edgy bathroom. She maintains the same woodblock print look by using tiny, square tiles and keeps the rest of the bathroom in the same theme by lining all of the walls with the same tiles in blue and black and engraving waves along the edge of the tub.
Bilge adds vibrant plaid graphic prints to the walls of this bathroom for a truly unique design concept.
Daymon Studio likes to create colorful, clean designs with a lot of charm and personality.
Daymon created this 3D-design as a concept for a smaller bathroom. Lovely large, beige tiles line the walls and smaller, square brown ones encase the rectangular tub. A simple mirror hangs on the wall and a wood sink offers a natural touch. Pops of color in the towel, vase, and floor mat add a cheerful vibe to the small space.
Here they create a bathroom in which one wall and the floor are covered in brown tiles, while the other wall and ceiling are simply cream-colored. This choice makes the room exciting by breaking traditional design rules, while also compromising two different tastes, which as a result, makes the space equally luxurious and comfortable.