Loft style bathroom
A loft-style bathroom is a combination of a "male ground floor" and a "female floor" in our seaside office. You've already seen what our toilet looks like, so now find out about the compromise that allowed us to create a coherent whole of two different tastes. See how we arranged this interior together!
Loft style bathroom
As you already know, our goal was to combine a heavy and dark climate with light colors so that the whole thing was light in its perfect consistency. We really wanted the whole thing to be beautiful it harmonized with the rest of our office.
When designing a loft-style bathroom on the ground floor, we had to consider each scenario for the future. Despite being an office, we wanted it the room was fully functionalboth now and in the future, for example, when for some reason we would have made up our minds turn our office into an apartment.
Guided by these thoughts, we decided to install a shower. This element of the bathroom is very similar to the loft wall on the first floor, separating the conference room from the rest of the corridor. Exactly that black steel profiles they helped us maintain this consistency and ... saved our guests from accidentally bumping into the glass ;-).
We had, however problem with the selection of a shower faucet. I really wanted the shower to be equipped with a round, black rain shower - and not an ordinary metal one, as in the visualization. To my surprise, this model of faucets with a thermostat in a specific custom color turned out to be a difficult thing to get - only square ones were available. Finally, I was able to buy my dream rain shower. It is a small element when looking at the overall interior, but it wonderfully emphasizes the loft accent in our industrial-style bathroom.
Loft style bathroom - tiles
Looking at the visualization, the planned solution did not quite appeal to me. I really liked the rusty color as well idea of repetition herringbone on the floor office space, but I didn't like those rusty tiles all over the wall - it felt too dark and cold.
When we chose tiles, we were captivated by bold tiles in their style, perfectly matching the style of the bathroom
loft - Rust Stain Lap from the Tubądzin brand. Their color is a representation of a rusty and metallic surface, resembling an element of a sunken ship. The use of this material, as we assumed, gave the interior expressiveness and a strong male overtone. We used these tiles in two sizes, although we eventually changed the concept a bit you saw in the visualization.
The fact that we gave up on the rectangular rusty tiles on the wall didn't mean that I didn't like the pattern, because I liked it a lot! That's why we decided to leave them on the wall, but… in a different color. We applied decorative structural tiles from the Brave collection created by the Tubądzin brand. The subtle pattern perfectly fit into our concept combination of a loft-style bathroom with a delicate, feminine touch of aesthetics. This makes the whole thing extremely light in the visual context, and at the same time has a strong male accent given by the use of tiles with a rusty color.
We also used it in this project black batteries and accessoriesthat she proposed to us Ewelina Balcerzakwe worked with on the bathroom on the first floor of our office.
Loft style bathroom - accessories
The whole was completed by a round - not as shown in the visualization, oval - loft mirror suspended directly above the cupboard with a washbasin on a strap made of ecological leather. It illuminates the entire room, reflecting the light that comes through the window. This, in turn, was decorated with wooden blinds. Initially, we considered using bamboo ones to warm the interior, but I was afraid to introduce another color here. Then Ewelina suggested to me the idea of using blinds in a color matching the color of the walls.
We also decided to use other lamps - instead of geometric forms, we decided to hang two lamps at the same height. The glass shade gives lightnesswhile the black binding emphasizes the masculine loft accent.
There were dried flowers in beige vases, and wooden shelf above the suspended toilet - black letter B - like the name of the Wojtka company, Brainbox. Where did the wooden shelf come from?
Exactly. To warm up this seemingly cool interior, we decided to put up a bright wooden cabinet under the washbasin instead of a black metal one, no drawers or doors. Thanks to this, we also gained a place to store all bathroom adjoins, clean hand towels and toilet paper. The color of the cabinet corresponds beautifully with the shelf above the toilet, and the shelf with the cabinet.
A decorative element is also made of steel, black radiator giving the room a modern look. An indispensable piece of equipment for every bathroom, it looks perfectly in our loft-style bathroom.
There is a funny story connected with it. When the radiator came in we thought its color was more anthracite than black, so we bought it black radiator sprayto give it a more suitable color. Imagine our surprise when it turned out that the painted radiator… does not differ completely!
Loft style bathroom - our purchases
Tiles on the walls: light tiles with a delicate pattern - BRAVE PLATINUM STR brand Tubądzin
Black matt flush-mounted mixer: REA Lungo
Soap holder: Meraki
Adhesive bathroom towel hook black: Nuv
Toilet brush: MUGO
Toilet paper holder: DIARA
Vases: HM Home
Illuminated letter B: Allegro