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Go back to the wallCan’t bear the thought of unsightly pipework gathering dust? A ‘back to wall’ loo is one where the bowl sits right up against the wall, while a separate cistern is hidden in the wall, behind a panel or within a furniture unit. The result is a sleeker, neater, more minimal effect. Concealing a cistern behind a panel, as here, can also provide a useful shelf or ledge for storage or accessories. This room proves that being creative with your panelling can pay off – the wood warms up the room and adds a hotel-chic effect, while the ledge continues neatly around the corner to incorporate double basins.
Run with a ribbon of woodStill nervous of using too much wood in a damp room? Fear not – a wide ribbon of wood-veneered storage softens up this pristine and angular bathroom, but is rarely in direct contact with water. It’s a lovely mixture of materials.
Streamline your storageIf you have a beautifully, minimal scheme the last thing you want is a plethora of bottles and tubes messing up the sleek lines (and with a family you’re bound to collect many). The answer is simple: build in as many cupboards and units as possible and, voila, you’ll soon have a place for absolutely everything.How to blitz the bathroom cupboard