There are so many stylish ways that you can use concrete in your bathroom and it is becoming increasingly popular due to its durability, clean-lined aesthetic and how relatively inexpensive it is compared with other materials. It has an endless array of looks due to its amazing shape-shifting abilities, you can apply it anywhere, to your walls, floors, countertops, tub, the sky is the limit. It is very functional in bathrooms and can also be very design savvy with its ability to be painted, stained or even etched. We have gathered together a collection of inspiring bathrooms in various styles where concrete has been applied in various ways to delight your senses. Concrete can be mixed with stone or wood to make a space feel warmer since concrete has more of a colder aesthetic. Concrete sinks and bathtubs have been a design trend for quite some time in more modern and minimalist bathrooms. Add some stone or wood into your design scheme and it can take on a whole other look, a little more on the rustic side. Concrete is very simplistic in form, beautiful and just a great selection for your bathroom… well have a look through the images and you will see what we are talking about!
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Teak wood adds warmth to the industrial aesthetic of the concrete trough sinks in this stunning bathroom.
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