Modern and contemporary bathrooms are all about smart and clever designs. The key is a neat look and well-chosen fixtures. Most often, it’s the washbasin that stands out in this room. There are numerous unique and very interesting modern washbasins out there and they can become wonderful focal points for the bathroom. Here are just a few examples.
Designed by Antonio Lupi, this washbasin is called Strappo. It has a very simple and very interesting design. When you mount it on the wall, it looks like a portion of the wall peels off to reveal the washbasin. It’s a very interesting approach with a very nice visual effect. Moreover, the LED lighting adds a dramatic touch to the design.
Another eye-catching washbasin is this one. Called Silence, this one has also been designed by Antonio Lupi. It has a futuristic shape with lean lines and a shape that allows it to seamlessly fade into the background. The integrated lighting makes it stand out and it beautifully complements its shape and design.
Agape is another interesting-looking washbasin. It’s made of steel and it was created by designer Patricia Urquiola. It has a dark grey exterior and a ribbed shape and the interior is white. It’s an unexpected combination but also a very nice and visually-appealing contrast. It has an industrial-chic look and, given the right décor, it can be a nice focal point.
Mosaic curved sink
This washbasin is called Skin. In a way, it reminds me of the first one we’ve presented, the Strappo washbasin. This one also seems like it peels off the wall, but in the opposite direction. It’s a curved, mosaic tile sink with a curved shape and a quite dramatic look. It’s created by Lago and it’s also available in several different color schemes for those that prefer a slightly more cheerful look.
Modern and Storage
Modern washbasins and fixtures in general are all about clever and smart designs. This one was designed by Planit and it’s a perfect example. It’s called Split and it’s a washbasin with a minimalist look, a square basin and a hidden storage space. You can store there all sorts of essentials such as a towel, toothpaste, etc. Keep them out of sight but easily accessible.
Sometimes a certain piece can impress with just one little detail. For example, this washbasin is very simple. Designed by Sonobath, it has a minimalist design and the gently up-turned corners are the detail that makes it stand out. It has a very elegant shape and it doesn’t impress with its color, texture, material nor with its extraordinary shape. It’s one of those pieces that are elegant and very subtle.
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