Islington, London, UKContemporary Bedroom, London

Master bedroom from glass en suite

Photography courtesy of Alison Hammond Photography

Design ideas for a contemporary master bedroom in London with beige walls. —  Houzz
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diviyag wrote:9 June 2017
Adam Elliott wrote:22 October 2014
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    Morph Interior Ltd
    Thanks for the question and the comment! The mosaic tiles are Marlborough Tiles: Mother of Pearl Dramatika tiles. Be warned, they are not inexpensive!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Warwick added this to How to Zone an Open-plan Space? Here's the Clear Solution23 August 2017

Look into the bathroom… In this home, bedroom and en suite are open to one another save for a glass divider to create a luxurious scheme. The upside of using glass in this type of arrangement is that an en suite gets filled with natural light, where otherwise it might be a windowless and always artificially illuminated room. It also allows a beautiful bath to be a feature of the bedroom, as well as the wash space. In this interior, mosaic tiles that catch the light complement the reflective wallpaper of the sleeping space.If you’re inspired by this arrangement, bear in mind that it’s really for bathroom neatniks only. Discarded towels and plastic shampoo bottles can spoil the look of your bedroom as well as your bathroom with glass in place. And for most, a closed-off loo will be preferable…How to give your bathroom designer style

Karen Wilson added this to How to Work a Bathtub Into Your Bedroom28 August 2014

Choose glass doorsIf you want a separate en suite that still feels like part of the bedroom, glass panels and doors are the answer. Exhibitionists won’t mind bathing in a goldfish bowl, but if you’re a little more modest, opt for frosted glass or clever glazing that turns opaque at the flick of a switch.Take a look at more wet room ideas

Rachel Ogden added this to 8 Ways to Squeeze In an Elegant En Suite2 April 2014

Maximise your spaceMake an en suite appear larger and more luxurious with clear glass walls. Choose tiles that tone with the bedroom walls to link the spaces, and mirrored surfaces to reflect the light.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

addjones1 added this to CAJ Ideas30 September 2019

Glass wall in bedroom - privacy glass - just an idea

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