Minimal detailing, clean lines and the absence of ornamentation are all characteristics of minimalism and contemporary decor that everyone has grown to love in recent years. We see the trend in architecture, furniture, and everywhere that design has a presence.
The question then arises, is it possible for an interior space to be too minimal and lack a warm identity that humans feel comfortable in? Take a look at this newest bathroom line and ask yourself, is it too minimal or do you enjoy its ‘barely there’ aesthetics?
Japanese designer Oki Sato from Nendo Studio has created a bathroom suite of products that look as if you have unpacked your bathroom from a wooden crate. The beautiful and minimalistic group of vanities, sinks, and accessories are so sleek it makes you wonder if they are too minimal.
The vanity in a see through frame with only the bare minimum of components to make it a functioning sink. While it looks like an optical illusion the sink and mirror go together almost organically.
“Wooden frames cradle a basin to make a wash stand and contain mirrors shaped like water droplets.”… Dezeen
The unique design of this bathroom suite isn’t pretentious and it beckons to be owned by homeowners that love the “less is more” quality in their home decor. Whether you choose the towel racks that are look like thin twigs with stackable containers or use the sticks for hanging your robe, your bathroom will love these bathroom features that are like no other.
If you are in the process of designing your bathroom and are looking for a hip and contemporary way to bring out your love for minimalism and simplistic living, Nendo Studio has come up with perfect bathroom for you.
In a world where everyone wants more, more, more, isn’t it nice to know you can have a gorgeous bathroom with less?
All photo credits: Bisazza Bagno