Clerkenwell BathroomMidcentury Bathroom, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Excess packaging and products Shelves stuffed with half-used products, duplicates and spare shampoo bottles? Have a good look at the contents of your bathroom cupboards and ask yourself whether you really need everything, or if the contents of the bottles are likely to go off before you get a chance to use them up. Switching to products with minimal packaging and resisting the urge to stockpile will not only cut down on clutter in your cupboards, it will reduce your carbon footprint, too. To make a start, look for solid shampoo bars, and try solid soap instead of plastic bottles of shower gel.
Think proportionsJust as you might introduce fabrics with patterns and motifs in different scales to create interest and layering in a living room or bedroom, you can do the same with tiles in a bathroom, the smallest of which are these hexagonal tiles. And you needn’t use them in swathes – a small splash here or there can have more impact.