Oxford renovationContemporary Cloakroom, London
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Say yes to long and leanIf you really want to reach the floor with your support, but not via a washstand or vanity unit, you could go for a modern reinvention of the traditional pedestal idea, like this.You might imagine something as swanky as this would only come as a bespoke item, but in fact you can buy them for a relatively affordable price off-the-peg from quite a few places. Try Googling ‘stone pedestal basin’ or ‘marble pedestal basin’ and you should be on the right track.This bathroom also solves the problem of where to put the soap when there’s no shelf. A wall-mounted dispenser looks super-stylish coordinated with the taps. A similar container for toothbrushes might be a good idea, too, if this were your primary washspace.
Build the perfect backdropThere aren’t quite enough words to describe how perfect this bathroom scene is: a statement basin shown off by the subtly stylish background of a wall of hexagonal tiles. What to match with it? A plain, toning floor that doesn’t vie for attention, black taps to add a bespoke, contemporary edge, and the simple, frameless mirror that echoes the shape of the basin.A bathroom design expert reveals: 3 things I wish my clients knew
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Build a backdrop. Words can’t describe the perfection of this bathroom scene, with a subtly stylish background of hexagonal wall tiles showing off a statement sink. What to match with it? A plain, floor that doesn’t vie for attention, black faucets that add a custom contemporary edge and a simple frameless mirror that echoes the shape of the sink.