By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 - 21:42:32 PM.
Add well chosen storage and it can make a huge difference in the bathroom. These simple staging-style shelves tuck easily under a sloping ceiling and can be used for all manner of bathroom paraphernalia, from towels and toiletries to wall art and loo rolls.
Plan ahead to make the most of every nook and cranny. False walls are the key in this bathroom. The cistern and unsightly pipework have been boxed in behind the loo with the space above it being used for a handy storage cabinet. One side has a door, the other glass shelves. A similar false wall has also been created behind the bath to include recessed shelves – a stylish, yet practical, feature that includes coloured accent tiles.
Pick out two contrasting shades and team with black. In this room the tiles have been fitted ceiling to floor in a jaw-dropping diagonal cascade, with black tiles marking out the doorway and complementing a jet black doubled-ended bath tub. A simple teak wood shelf and towel ladder complete a gorgeously unconventional room.
Create a striking look with chequerboard floor tiles in your bathroom. Floors are often the last thing that people think of when decorating, but the fact that you can’t help but look at these eye-catching tiles shows just how much of an impact they can have. If you want the look to be less intense, choose larger-format black and white tiles.
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