By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, March 29th, 2018 - 13:30:11 PM.
Use tiling to emphasise or flatter the shape of a room. Put together a monochrome scheme using white fittings and black tiles and transform a compact space into a bathroom with a real sense of luxury. Create a distinctive break between the two colours, and a low slanted ceiling becomes a feature rather than a problem element of the room.
Create a bathroom inspired by The Savoy with brass fittings and iridescent tiling. This awe-inspiring style is created with soothing eau de nil tiles, laid herringbone fashion, brass taps and vintage accessories. Look for pieces with a distinctly Art Deco feel and choose a black painted wash stand to add refined elegance.
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.
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.
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