By Marcellette Valerian. Bathroom. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 09:50:13 AM.
Recessed shelves are a great space saver, both practically and visually, keeping toiletries neat and off the surfaces. Building the shelves into false walls that hide pipework is a clever use of a necessary feature. Also consider recessed light fittings – either spot or linear.
If you can’t squeeze a standard roll-top bath into the bathroom, consider a shapely slipper bath – many come in short versions and they’ll let you rest your back in style.
Floating fittings visually max the space, as more of the floor can be seen, and make cleaning a breeze. You can always use the area underneath to store toiletries in pretty wicker baskets. A palette of off-whites and tonal greys will make your bathroom feel large and airy, while wall integrated taps keep the look minimal and well-finished.
What a contrast in styles! On the one hand, this bathroom perfectly embodies country chic, with its gorgeous roll-top bath and wall panelling. On the other hand, the shower’s marble surround and rainwater head wouldn’t look out of place in a boutique hotel. The use of a shower curtain, rather than a sleek screen, marks the boundary between the relaxed and formal looks. If the real deal if out of your budget, opt for a marble effect panel. They look just as sleek.
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