When it comes to innovation with modern bathroom designs and intelligent use of space, there aren't many better than Studio TO. Regardless of whether you are a business or a home owner, the team base their design around your personality. This could mean your company image, your domestic image or your personal vibe.
These bathroom examples showcase a variety of modern installations and decorative surface designs that look great and all have that unique element that you can't help but love.
What an en suit this would be to have at home, your own private piece of modern heaven . The horizontals and verticals of the design really stand out and draw your eyes to every corner of the room, with the charcoal effect tiles adding to this. Due to the simple incorporation of colour used in the bathroom design, plants, like this grass, become a real feature and stand out brilliantly well against their backdrop.
Look at this great, vertically stacked stone wall. Like a waterfall of stone cascading from the ceiling to the floor. You can't help but also admire the definition between the stones made by the daylight in this photo. A great addition to any bathroom this would be.
The renovation of old factory buildings, offices and mills from the Victorian age are often very modern when you look in there interiors. What you loose, however, is the feel that you're in an industrial conversion when inside. Not in this Studio TO bathroom design though, the bare face of the brick wall is a great reminder of exactly what the building was- keeping the original factory window too!
The sheer size of this rectangular, mixer shower enclosure is pretty fantastic . To add to that, the use of those charcoal effect tiles again here makes a dream shower into a stylish haven. Floor level lighting and good daylight intake through the sash window keeps it well lit and you feeling more at home.
Smooth designs, simplistic but powerful. The team at Studio TO really know how to update a bathroom; bringing it right up into the 21st century, keeping or adding elements of individualism, and give each design real character. Let us know what you think of these bathroom designs in the comments.