Bathroom in Victorian townhouse
Another example of the metal factory window style shower cubicle I would like to create
I think a customised vanity unit is a better option. I can easily find a vintage/antique bureau which we can drop a sink on. I'd like the taps to be wall mounted over the sink.
I like the tiling effect in this bathroom. I also like the washstand but we'd need additional storage if we went with a washstand
I'd like to stick with white metro tiles on the wall but maybe include a line or 2 of green or turquoise tiles not as a border but just below the top of the tiles
I'd want to tile halfway up the wall everywhere but in the shower which would be full height. If we paint the door and woodwork back then the walls should be off-white
A high level cistern - particularly in black might work well
Love this occupied/vacant fitting on the door
Alcoves in the shower are a must and dark grout to give it that austere Victorian feel
I like the black door in this bathroom framed by the simple white brick tiles
I like the idea of a freestanding bath but not a clawfoot bath or slipper bath as that feels to obvious. Something like this would be ideal.
Black bathroom fittings would be a great feature, especially against white tiles
I love the idea of putting black painted steel framed doors around a large shower area. Industrial as opposed to Victorian but the black metal would work well with the other black fittings I have planned.