Cathnor RoadContemporary Bathroom, London
Architectural Photography by Simon Kennedy http://www.simonkennedy.net/
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Consider your bathing optionsIf space isn’t an issue, it makes perfect sense to have a separate bath and shower enclosure. However, there isn’t always room for both, so many homeowners choose to ditch the bath in favour of a shower. Before you decide, though, it’s important to think about how your family uses the bathroom. For example, it’s often easier to wash smaller children in the bath, while older kids might prefer a shower. You don’t have to compromise on style if you combine the two, as this compact space shows. The rose and hand-held shower head combination have a minimal design, and the frameless door adds to the streamlined look.Discover how to pick the perfect shower head.
Say yes to mirrorsThe reliable yet often underestimated mirror should not be forgotten in the quest for creating a sense of space. In a really tight room, why not consider getting a bespoke design that will run right across one wall? It works brilliantly here.And if you think that 3D geometric floor is breaking the rules when it comes to decorating a compact bathroom, think again. In fact, it draws the eye across the length and breadth of the space, helping to open it out.