10 Small but Super Aesthetic Bathrooms in Singapore Homes
- Feb 8, 2024
When you’re not restricted by size…
Bathrooms in Singapore apartments are not typically spacious. And with a whole lotta restrictions in place (whether by HDB or your condo MCST), you will probably end up with a generic bathroom renovation that is more dreary than inspired. But not these ones showcased below. From dramatic motifs to sculptural details that defy conventional lines, these show-stopping spaces dance to the beat of their own drum while looking fabulous doing so. Bland and boring? Definitely not in their vocabulary.
1. This bathroom in a Bedok HDB is all soothing in sage
If you’re after a calming spa-like vibe for your bathroom, sage green’s an obvious choice. The designers kept the hue to the shower area, keeping the rest of the space relatively neutral so it stands out. We are in love with how the curved settee in the shower mirrors the curved vanity outside, with those bends helping to break up the conventional bathroom layout.
Design: Authors Interior & Styling
2. Pamper yourself with the most luxurious setting
Adopting a Mediterranean style, this shower features an arched entrance and is clad in glossy white kitkat tiles. Brushed gold fixtures, including the most indulgent ceiling rain shower, creates the ultimate sense of quiet luxury.
Design: Comfort Home Interior
3. Show off your fun side with an orange wall
This bathroom’s fun and loud with a tiled orange shower wall made up of mosaic tiles. The flamboyant hue extends all the way to the ceiling and is offset with a more neutral flooring so it doesn’t look tacky. The tinted mirror by the side expands the illusion of space.
Design: Knock Knock Studio
4. Get a hug every time you use the sink
An extra curved wall encircling the vanity in this bathroom is all you need to feel like you’re getting a warm hug every time you brush your teeth or do your makeup. It’s also functional—it ensures that the uber-stylish cement screed walls remain protected from water damage.
Design: Happe Design Atelier
5. Soak in an atmosphere that feels like a whole new world
Speaking of concrete, how about a bathroom that’s fully clad in the material for that outdoorsy vibe? The arched entrance, the step-up bathtub and the clever way the different zones are separated all work together to create the feel of a hidden oasis.
Design: Insight.Out Studio
6. Gentle waves and serene tiles in this bathroom
The soothing vibes in this bathroom sanctuary is enhanced by the aquamarine tiles. Not only does the clever built-in settee with its artistic curves provide a comfortable spot to relax, it also allows room to set your shower essentials and hide unsightly outlet pipes.
Design: Intr Studio
7. Don’t be afraid to go dark in a small bathroom
A dark, elegant and contemporary bathroom with lighting game on point. The trick to pulling off a dark palette in a small space is to make sure you get in good lighting. Concealed fixtures also help to minimise clutter, letting the natural-like textures of the titles shine. Their wave-like patterns add visual movement, adding dimension to the entire bathroom.
Design: Oblivion Lab
8. Make room for display
The ethereal floating vanity and the circular mirror aren’t the only things going for this gorgeous bathroom. Take in also the plaster effect walls as well as the display podium for dried plants, which immediately makes this space feel more like a spa.
Design: The Local Inn.terior
9. Invite contrast to create depth in your bathroom
In addition to the adorable quote above the toilet (which I fully agree with, by the way), the bathroom also houses the cosiest shower area decked out in intentionally chalky looking tiles for that handmade quality, contrasting with the more polished fixtures.
Design: Three-D Conceptwerke
10. Shower wall, but make it cool
With shower walls all the rage this year, this one should up your bathroom design game. Instead of a slab of wall, do a slab of wall and add curves. The microcement walls here are seriously chic, adding a subtle texture to the space without taking away the main statement.
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