Did you know that the modern bathroom interior designs that we have today differ from its inception a few millennia ago? Bathing was seen as a collective activity. Its main purpose was socialization. Public baths were a sign of prosperity and longevity, and thus essential in many cultures. They were called “sento” in Japan, “sauna” in Finland, ‘hammam’ in the Middle East, and ‘thermae’ and ‘balneae’ within the Roman Empire. People followed public bathing almost ritually, especially if they were part of the wealthy elite.
Unfortunately, public baths were not pervasive in the Middle Ages. People associated the bubonic plague and other infectious diseases with the public baths. Moreover, they thought that the water helped spread diseases. But thankfully by the end of the 1800’s, people understood the necessity of personal hygiene for good health. A further development was building specific rooms in the homes of the wealthy. It was then common to have private bathrooms, bathtubs, and showers since increasingly more homes were plumbed for water and gas heaters.
Modern bathroom interior designs are ingenious and minimalist nowadays. In order to create a cool and creative bathroom design, you need to combine textures and lines, colors, shapes and patterns, with vintage furniture. The privacy, comfort, luxury and extreme sanitary conditions that we associate with our bathrooms today are the results of thousands of years of civil engineering and social change. Indoor plumbing, flushing toilets, heated water, water pressure, electricity, and ventilation are just a few features that are mandatory for most of us.
The bathroom deserves a little extra luxury more than any other room in a house. Since the bathroom is a daily necessity, you need to pay extra attention to detail and carefully decorate it. We have thus put together some amazing modern bathroom interior designs.
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Look at this modern bathroom interior designs!
1. Minimalist black shower
3. Vintage Design
4. 50 Shades of Gray
5. Creative Bathroom for 2
6. Minimalist Glass Shower
7. Retro Designs are the New Modern Bathroom Interior Designs
8. It’s Your Delectation Place!
9. The Most Common Element of Modern Bathroom Interior Designs – Glass Shower
10. Minimalist White Bathtub
11. Black & White Classical Design
12. Minimalist Wood Shower
13. Rustic & Modern Bathroom Interior Designs
14. Elegant & Luxorious Bathroom Designs
15. White Wooden Bath
16. White is the New Trend
17. Gold Details Make The Difference
18. Gold & White Bath
19. Fish Scales Wall
20. Black & White Abstract Wall
21. Blue Hexagon Tiles and Abstract Furniture
22. Palm Tree Shower Curtain
23. It is Not Unfinished, It is Just Art!
24. Big Minimalist Mirror
25. Urban Modern Bathroom Interior Designs