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Traditional Elements in Scandinavian Master Bathroom Design Ideas
You won’t see a lot of variety in Scandinavian designs for the bathroom as you might with other styles. This style takes its inspiration from Nordic styles from the mid-20th century, which focuses on minimalism, simplicity, and neatness.
Everything Has a Place
A Scandinavian bathroom design should include plenty of storage without making the room feel cluttered. Space-saving built-in desks and shelving are the perfect way to create storage without taking up too much room in a smaller bathroom. Floating vanities are also popular in this style, as they can create the feel of a more open space, while also providing some storage underneath the sink.
One of the colors you’ll see most in the Scandinavian style is white, which is also one of the most popular colors for bathrooms of the ones we studied. White as a primary color was used in 15.69% of the 948,706 analyzed bathrooms. It’s common to see white walls, fixtures, flooring, furniture, shower tiles and more in a Scandinavian bathroom. Subtle pops of gray, beige, and brown on tiles, fixtures, or trim can help give a little bit of color while maintaining the style’s authenticity. You can also experience with pastels on walls or tiles.
A master bathroom should have adequate natural light from windows or skylights to remain faithful to Scandinavian design. In two-story homes, upstairs bathrooms where you can add in a skylight or two are perfect for this style, which prefers natural light to artificial light. If you can’t get enough natural light from windows, recessed lights can mimic the feel of natural lights by creating even lighting throughout the room.