This is an example of a contemporary bathroom in London.

Number 23Contemporary Bathroom, London

This is an example of a contemporary bathroom in London. —  Houzz
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lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to This Is How You Squeeze In a Master Suite (That Even Feels Roomy)17 Nov 2017

Exploit top light in a narrow spaceIt might be that, with the aid of a sliding door and partition wall, you can just about squeeze a windowless shower room to one side of your bed. But how to stop it feeling like an airless cupboard? By exploiting light from above. For best effect, fit a roof light; failing that, investigate whether a sun pipe could be installed. For night time, good artificial lighting will work wonders – as will light-reflective surfaces, such as white tiles.

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to 10 Simple Style Hacks to Improve the Look of Your Home25 Nov 2015

Refresh your groutIf you’ve chosen a pure white grout for your bathroom, you may well find it’s become discoloured over time. But there’s an easy remedy, if you just set aside the time. Try an over-the-counter grout spray that will get rid of mould and mildew or, if you don’t fancy using chemicals, why not try your own natural cleaner for an ecofriendly alternative. Fill a spray bottle with a half-and-half solution of vinegar and warm water, let it stand for five minutes, and then spray on your grout and tackle it with a stiff brush. For a more thorough clean, make a paste of baking soda and water, cover the grout, then spray with the vinegar solution and get to work.

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thomas_lewis93
Thomas Lewis added this to House Ideas5 days ago

clean lines for the bathroom :)

danibalic
danibalic added this to Stone House13 Apr 2019

Exploit top light in a narrow spaceIt might be that, with the aid of a sliding door and partition wall, you can just about squeeze a windowless shower room to one side of your bed. But how to stop it feeling like an airless cupboard? By exploiting light from above. For best effect, fit a roof light; failing that, investigate whether a sun pipe could be installed. For night time, good artificial lighting will work wonders – as will light-reflective surfaces, such as white tiles.

smparker23
smparker23 added this to smparker23's ideas27 Mar 2019

For best effect, fit a roof light; failing that, investigate whether a sun pipe could be installed. For night time, good artificial lighting will work wonders – as will light-reflective surfaces, such as white tiles.

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