Feeling tired? Want rejuvenation? Then a refreshing shower or a calming bath is right what you need. There is simply nothing like a rejuvenating and relaxing bath to soothe your aching sense, revitalize you with energy and to offer you some much needed time away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. And when it comes to the best spaces to rejuvenate and feeling peaceful, there’s nothing better than a Japanese-styled bathroom.
Japanese bathrooms show that ‘less is more’. The beauty of a gorgeous Japanese bathroom lies not just in its sense of minimalism and simplicity, but its ergonomic design seems to incorporate tranquil natural elements that help wash away all your woes gently and effectively.
Choose a calming color palette – something earthy or sandy, something to make the bathroom cozy and inviting. You can also turn to darker shades but mix them with warm and light woods, natural stone and other textural materials to achieve a naturally luxurious look. Such palettes make the space very soothing and very peaceful, so you’ll feel amazing in this space.
Japanese-styled bathroom in dark earthy colors, with a rain shower and wood floor
earthy brown bathroom tiles look awesome with light woods and bring a luxurious feel to the space
light Japanese bathroom with stone sinks, a wooden bathtub, light tiles and stone
this bathroom combines asian touches with contemporary details (CustomMade.com)
darker bathroom style with black bamboo decor, dark woods and hidden lights
dark tile floors and light woods for a bathroom with a stunning views and a custom-order Japanese umbrella pine bathtub
minimalist Japanese bathroom with white concrete walls and light woods
Stone tiles or marble tiles are a good choice for the walls and the flooring. Wood and stone are widely used in Japanese bathrooms, and they refresh the interior and bring nature in the bathroom, they turn your bathroom into a luxurious spa with a balanced look. Use pebbles to decorate the floor – put them under the bathtub or sinks.
small Japanese bathroom with light warm wood all over to make it look refined
Japanese steam room and shower totally clad with wood make you feel relaxed
sensual bathing area with black tiles and light wood slabs that keep the space minimalist yet very luxurious
mix of concrete, stone tiles and natural wood looks modern and cozy
grey concrete and stone on the floor are softened with wooden parts
bathroom totally clad with light wood with hidden lights look relaxing and a bit mysterious
minimalist concrete is mixed with wood for a chic look
minimalist Japanese bathroom with black tiles and light woods
Wooden Bathtubs And Sinks
Wooden bathtubs are traditional for the Asian countries, and this hot design trend originates from there. Include a traditional soaking wooden bathtub if possible, it’s called ofuro. Such a bathtub is amazing for relaxing and will make your bathroom a spa-like one. Continue the idea covering the shower floor with wood of the same shade.
light wood on the walls and ceiling echo with a traditional ofuro wooden bathtub
cover a usual soaking tub with wood and the shower space also to achieve that Japanese-inspired look
Add some flowers or potted plants as they tremendously add to the soothing atmosphere. And of course, some aroma candles with tender fragrances will instantly give you the feeling you are into a spa-resort.
mini potted tree for a Japanese-inspired bathroom
white orchids will easily add a Japanese flavor to your bathroom
these orchids bring a wow factor to your Japanese bathroom
a couple of artificial orchid branches and a photo on the wall will add a refined touch
potted greenery and orchids add a chic Japanese feel to this modern bathroom
a sakura tree is a significant part of Japanese culture and adding it on a wall is a cool idea (Caroline Beaupere Design)
candles are right waht you need to relax and forget your problems
Only Japanese bathrooms can mix minimalist design with luxurious materials and get such a perfect, natural , Zen look, that’s why no other bathroom will revitalize you like a Japanese one. Turn your bathroom is a chic Japanese spa and you’ll never want to leave it.
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