Kensington town houseContemporary Bathroom, Dorset
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Bottle itBeautiful toiletries are one of life’s little luxuries and, if you’re loyal to a particular brand, they can look very stylish when all lined up in matching containers. Putting a mirror behind the shelves adds to the glamorous feel. Matching sets make an ideal present, so get hinting to add to your collection!See more luxurious spa-like ideas for bathrooms that are easy to achieve
Go glam with glassIf you have a lot of attractive toiletries to display, then built-in open shelving will show them off to best effect. Glass shelves have a neutral quality, meaning they work in both traditional and modern schemes. They also let the products shine and look lovely after dark lit with a few flickering candles. Discover more ways to bring glass into your home
A deep, double-ended bath and a separate large shower make for luxurious bathing. ‘All of the surfaces that could be mirrored are, in order to maximise the light,’ says Henriette.Starlet double-ended under-counter bath, Bette.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
Love the movement of the tile but not the whole shower. I would also like the south wall of the shower and behind the tub all the same tile, a pale (possibly) sea glass green, perhaps with a fluid shape instead of rectangular, square, oblong.