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10 Modern Bathrooms That Will Inspire Serious Jealousy

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If you're planning a bathroom , there's a serious case to be made for taking your bathroom modern. It's a classic design stylethat has surprisingly stood the test of time, and the pared-downaesthetic can be stunning when done right. If you think of modern spacesas cold and character-less, though, think again. The followingbathrooms are proof modern can be totally inviting—not to mention supersexy.

1.Add A Rug

You don't have to add a ton of decor accents to make your modernbathroom feel more inviting—literally all you need is a rug. A colorful,patterned number will instantly warm up your space.

2.Get A Plant

You don't have to add a ton of decor accents to make your modern bathroom feel more inviting—literally all you need is a rug. A colorful, patterned number will instantly warm up your space.

3.Mix Your    Styles

A little bit modern, a little bit industrial—we're all about this warm, light-filled bathroom. The plush green and blue rug adds color and texture.

4.Float It

A floating vanity = open space and clean lines for days. So basically, a modernist's dream.

5.Go Bold

A bright, bold color might not be traditionally modern, but it's a way to make the early 20th century design style feel fresh and fun.

6.Keep It Sleek & Streamlined

A floating tub is the ultimate in relaxation. This funky shape plays offthe bold, graphic wallpaper in a way that's still calming to the eye.

7.Add Natural

Materials

To warm up a modern bathroom, play with natural materials like this wood countertop and stool.

8.Go Gray

In a sleek Hamptons house, the master bath has a Wetstyle tub for a futuristic feel. The gray color palette keeps it feeling soothing.

9.All White Everything

Calacatta marble walls and a gleaming Rêve tub by Kohler brighten this modern bath. A pom pom wall hanging makes it feel softer and cozier.

10.Try A Walk-In Shower

In a Boston, Massachusetts bathroom, a plane of frosted glass separates the wet side of the bathroom, with the open shower, from the dry side, with the sink. The decor is clean-lined and minimal, but the wood accent keeps it from feeling too stark.