CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2Contemporary Bathroom, London

The master bathroom is lined with lime-coloured glass on one side (in the walk-in shower area) and black ceramic tiles on the other. Two new skylights provide ample daylight.

Photographer: Bruce Hemming

Design ideas for a large contemporary ensuite bathroom in London with a vessel sink, black cabinets, a walk-in shower, an open shower, flat-panel cabinets, a wall mounted toilet, grey tiles, slate tiles, green walls, slate flooring, solid surface worktops and grey floors. —  Houzz
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Yasmin Chopin Interior Design added this to Decorating: 8 More Ways to Make a New-build Property Feel Like Home2 Mar 2015

      Colour with confidenceChances are, the property you buy will feature fairly neutral décor, but that doesn’t mean you have to keep it like that. Be bold and go for a strong colour to really make your mark on your home. If you’re hesitant, start with a smaller room, like a bathroom.

      Jo Simmons added this to How to Banish Your Bathroom Bathing Clutter15 Sep 2014

      Restrict yourselfOnce you have edited your products, decide where they should be stored and restrict yourself to using only that space. It might be a shelf, recess or shower rack. Making this the designated storage space, however small it is, will force you to keep your products tidy and to a minimum, and will free up concealed storage, such as drawers, for less appealing items, such as medicine and shaving foam.

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

      Turn up the heatA heated rail will ensure a stack of warm towels day after day – a luxurious touch for all the family. Add a wall of mirrored cabinets to ensure there’s enough ‘me’ space for everyone to get ready.Boost your bathroom ideas by browsing more photos

      Jo Simmons added this to So Your Style Is: Contemporary17 Jul 2014

      Keep things sleekIf you love reclaimed wood or vintage finds, unearthed at a flea market, you’ve come to the wrong style! The contemporary look is all about clean lines, sleek materials and glossy surfaces. Glass, mirrors and a wall of funky green give this bathroom its now feel. The clash of clean white with dark tones is also of the moment.

      Jo Simmons added this to Colour: How Beautiful Black Can Wake Up Your Woodwork23 May 2014

      Go glossy on unitsIn a dark scheme, combine matt walls and floor with a glossy black unit. The light-reflecting finish on this basin stand keeps the black looking alive and ties in nicely with the glass used liberally in the rest of the bathroom.

      Lara Sargent added this to Why it’s Time to Wake Up to Juicy Fruit Shades in the Bathroom30 Apr 2014

      Choose a dark backgroundCharcoal grey is a great base shade for any juicy-fruit accent. It adds a touch of sophistication to a super-modern feature that could otherwise date in time. Here, the impact of the kiwi green shower wall is doubled thanks to the reflective power of the wall cabinets.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Cindi Lewis added this to small spaces27 Dec 2018

      slate wall and floor with cut outs for bath products

      julieortman83 added this to Bathroom18 Dec 2018

      Hate the color. Love the towel rack, shelves, and big tiles

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