By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 16:09:44 PM.
This room has more than enough space for a bathtub. But if you have a bath elsewhere in the house, sometimes you just want a shower room that’s stylish, practical and pretty. And this one definitely ticks all of those boxes. Using the full width of the room means there’s plenty of space to walk into the shower without the need to move any doors or screens.
Optimise a large space with floor-to-ceiling tiles. This large bathroom sports urban-hotel chic with metro tiles throughout. The industrial look is softened by watercolour green and white wood shutters. Hide away toiletries in an under-basin cabinet and keep the scheme smart with a smooth slate grey floor.
Introduce shelving where ever you can in a bathroom. The twin washstands shown here incorporate a lower glass shelf for towel storage, while floating wall shelves between basin and mantel mirror provide handy perches for toiletries. A lovely scheme made gorgeous.
There’s so many essential bits and pieces in a bathroom that you just can’t store elsewhere: razors, hairbrushes, cotton wool pads, loo roll, spare soaps, toothpaste… All of these must-haves need somewhere to live and sometimes more than one set of bathroom storage is needed.
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