Contemporary BathroomContemporary Bathroom

Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Other with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, an alcove bath, grey tiles, grey walls, a console sink and a wall mounted toilet. —  Houzz
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Jacqui wrote:30 April 2016
  • hayleybalmers
    4 years ago
    Hello, it looks like a Duravit sink and unit to me. I am shopping for similar units at the moment myself.
Hannah Phillips wrote:10 December 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    victoriaharrisonwrites
    Victoria Harrison added this to How to Design a Bathroom That’s Easy to Clean25 March 2019

    Keep surfaces clear“Storage will keep the endless bottles of lotions and potions every bathroom seems to harbour out of sight,” Eva says, “making surfaces quicker to clean.”She suggests choosing a basin with drawers underneath, and pairing it with slim, mirrored wall cabinets above. These don’t have to be large to be effective. In fact, she suggests, they just need to be “a toilet roll deep” to ensure they’re both practical and discreet.

    reviveyourspaceuk
    Revive Your Space added this to Declutter the Bathroom Cabinet Today – 7 Items to Ditch Right Now13 March 2018

    Packets of pillsGet rid of any drugs that are past their use-by date. Don’t store them for ‘just in case’ – they’ll simply add to your bathroom clutter. Instead, return them to your pharmacy to dispose of securely.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Gorgeous Ways to Light Your Bathroom Vanity Mirror20 September 2017

    Make it super simpleFor a lighting solution that’s beautifully pared back, try an illuminated mirrored cabinet like this one. The lights sit above the mirrored doors to provide plenty of brightness, and their slimline design is neat and attractive.

    jenniferspaeth16
    Jennifer Spaeth added this to Key Dimensions to Know for the Perfect Bathroom Layout30 June 2017

    StorageAs with any room, plan your storage as part of your space layout from the start. Wall cabinets or vanity units with shallow shelves are always useful in a bathroom: shelves 12cm deep will accommodate toilet rolls as well as most other bathroom supplies. A shelf depth of 45cm deep is ideal for storing towels and other items of bathroom linen. Shelves shallower than this will work too, you’ll just need to fold your towels accordingly.Adjustable shelves will be handy for housing a variety of contents, from short medicine bottles to super-tall cleaning bottles. Under-sink drawers provide handy storage, too. With the flotsam and jetsam stored beautifully out of sight, your only task now is to set about enjoying your very own oasis of calm.What is your number one want when it comes to bathroom design perfection? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

    houseology_ireland
    houseology added this to 10 Easy Ideas for Brightening a Dark Bathroom7 September 2016

    Choose floating furniture To keep your bathroom clutter-free, it’s important to have plenty of storage, such as a wall cabinet and a cupboard or vanity unit. To minimise the impact of these, go for a floating unit, like this one, which will give the illusion of more floor space. Getting rid of unnecessary clutter will also allow other light-enhancing strategies to work their hardest. For a wall cabinet, choose mirrored doors to bounce light around the room.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    banacloche65
    banacloche65 added this to Dorado Cote - Home Remodeling Project31 July 2020

    I think the idea of a mirror that extends to the bathtub and the built in shelf.

    kylie_allison25
    Kylie Allison added this to Kylie's Ideas25 July 2020

    White top with dark grey shelves

    ltombokan
    ltombokan added this to Bathroom24 July 2020

    basin with drawers underneath, and pairing it with slim, mirrored wall cabinets above. These don’t have to be large to be effective. they just need to be “a toilet roll deep” to ensure they’re both practical and discreet. wood as surface below mirror wall

    joanne_loke37
    Joanne Loke added this to Bathroom16 July 2020

    Keep surfaces clear “Storage will keep the endless bottles of lotions and potions every bathroom seems to harbour out of sight,” Eva says, “making surfaces quicker to clean.” She suggests choosing a basin with drawers underneath, and pairing it with slim, mirrored wall cabinets above. These don’t have to be large to be effective. In fact, she suggests, they just need to be “a toilet roll deep” to ensure they’re both practical and discreet.

    lynda_ridley26
    Lynda Ridley added this to Bathroom24 June 2020

    A bathroom cabinet should be large and shallow for easy access to contents, rather than small and deep. Open shelving should also be shallow, but could add to clutter, and will get dusty.

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