208RRContemporary Bathroom

Contemporary bathroom in Other with flat-panel cabinets and medium wood cabinets. —  Houzz
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      cherylfreedman
      Cheryl Freedman added this to Which is the Perfect Loo for Your Bathroom?24 April 2016

      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.

      joleevers
      Jo Leevers added this to Why Wood Can Look Good in the Wettest Room27 January 2015

      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.

      larasargent
      Lara Sargent added this to Bathroom Planning: 10 Ways to Design a Practical Family Bathroom17 August 2014

      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

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      liseciolino
      Lise added this to Yard - Kitchen29 September 2019

      Horizontal grain on wood. Probably push (magnetic) latches on cabinets

      foodie2
      foodie2 added this to bathroom9 September 2019

      basin taps: low profile, offset to one side

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