By Leonce Nathanael. Bathroom Design. Published at Sunday, March 25th, 2018 - 06:11:38 AM.
Start from the ground up if you want to achieve authentic urban hotel style. Hotels need to invest in durability for the sheer volume of wear and tear their fixtures and fittings will be put through. Apply the same principle to your choice of bathroom flooring and go for sturdy ceramic tiles, then apply the graphic principle by choosing a cool colour palette and sharp repeat pattern. Infinitely cool.
Choose black and white storage for an arresting colour combination that’s stylish and sophisticated. Black floating shelves look smart against a white-painted wall, drawing the eye to the accessories artfully arranged on top of them. Disguise pipes and cisterns with a purpose-built tiled unit – it’ll create a handy extra shelf, too. Sleek under-basin drawers will keep cleaning products and other practical bits and pieces out of sight.
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.
Go for gleaming metallic tones and shimmering greys for a bathroom with glamour. Choose a single tile colour and look for designs in two contrasting textures or finishes. Here, a grey textured design at the head and foot of the bath adds sparkle to the room, while the larger format version elsewhere provides a streamlined low-sheen, matt-finish contrast.
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