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10 minimalist bathrooms that will delight lovers of this style

10 baños minimalistas que harán las delicias de los amantes de este estilo

Despite the fact that bathrooms tend to have a minimalist nature due to their materials and their purpose, it can be defined and enhanced to become the maximum expression of space, of course, while preserving full functionality and practicality.

In these cases, the result is a bathroom with a polished, sophisticated and very modern design, which makes us enjoy a clear, clean and serene space, like these 10 modern minimalist bathrooms that we are going to know next. Do you want a minimalist bathroom? Join me and write down these ideas.

Un baño minimalista en mármol y acentos negros

Project by No Glitter No Glory and Dieter Vander Velpen

Straight lines, smooth surfaces, and a chromatic palette of achromatic colors (white, gray and black) make up this spectacular modern bathroom with a minimalist cut, where what stands out most is the fine frame of the screen finished in matte black, identical to the the mirror, as well as the taps. A great example of the power of shower screens

Un baño minimalista en tonos negros

Photography by Carlos Yagüe for Masfotogénica Interiorismo

In black tones, with a minimalist cut, and with dark wood. The bathroom has a window that offers plenty of natural light, even so it is a risky bet, but with an unmatched aesthetic beauty.

Un baño minimalista en azulejo, pintura y madera

Factory HomeStaging studio project and photography

Wood, ceramic, smooth walls in different colors. They seem too many and very different materials for a bathroom in which a minimalist design is sought, but the result is perfect: minimalism with a warm and welcoming touch, thanks to wood, and a variety of textures. Brass basin taps above polished concrete sinks are a great idea.

Un baño minimalista con tarima y mármol

Architecture and Alegría studio project

In black and white, a must in this style, but in this case smooth and continuous surfaces have been put aside, and betting more on relief and texture, thanks to the wood that covers the floor, giving it comfort and warmth, always necessary, in any space.

Un baño minimalista con las paredes revestidas de mortero

Clip Arquitectes studio project

The finishing of walls and surfaces in cement or raw or polished concrete is another finish that we can use to design a minimalist bathroom, as we see in this other bathroom.

Un baño minimalista con azulejo y madera

Bathroom design by Minúscula Interiorisme studio

This other bathroom uses vertical subway tiles to cover the walls, but the general lines are simple and clean, with no extravagances or flourishes, achieving an extremely elegant bathroom with a minimalist cut.

Un baño minimalista en madera

Noken project – Porcelanosa

In white and wood, smooth, simple, pure but warm surfaces thanks to the wooden cladding of the walls and the floor, creating a minimalist but cozy bathroom.

Un baño minimalista con papel pintado

Bathroom design by Mayte Juberias

Black details such as the shower screen with black metal panels and translucent glass, the black countertop contrasting with the immaculate white of the washbasin and drawers, flooring to gain warmth on the floor, and a wallpaper with a tropical print in shades neutral, so as not to overload the bathroom.

Un baño minimalista con mármol y acentos en negro

Ar Home project

Again, in white Carrara marble, with a black profile on the shower screen to match the faucet and a wooden cabinet in medium tones to give a cozy touch to the space.

Un baño minimalista blanco y en madera

Project of the firm Decor Ropema

Linear, minimal, pure, in white and wood, with good natural lighting thanks to the skylight, and with subtle details so that the view is not fixed anywhere. All the bathroom and the materials used are the protagonists. The bathroom screen without profiles to create visual continuity. Quite a success.

Do you like minimalism, or do you prefer, for example, a rustic bathroom?

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