Minimalism is a popular trend in many homeowner's bathroom designs, as doing more with less can help the room feel more spacious and welcoming. According to Freshome.com, designers Claudia Danelon and Federico Meroni have reinvented the look of the standard bathtub to make it feel one with the room and the surrounding scenery.
What really stands out about this bathtub is the large, monolithic polystyrene block that it is placed on. With half of the tub placed over the edge of the block, the furnishing looks like it is floating on thin air. The block also acts as an area to place soaps, linens and other bathroom accessories within close reach.
The tub itself is an egg-shaped design, which provides interesting contrast with the rather harsh lines of the block that supports it. With a drain placed in the center of the tub and appointed with a modern faucet, the finished product is a delightfully modern twist that homeowners can use easily in a large master bathroom.
Minimalism has gained steam in design circles for years, and this new bathtub is another extension of its popularity. How do you practice minimalist interior design in your bathroom?
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