WIMBLEDON FAMILY HOUSETransitional Bathroom, London
Here are a couple of examples of bathrooms at this project, which have a 'traditional' aesthetic. All tiling and panelling has been very carefully set-out so as to minimise cut joints.
Built-in storage and niches have been introduced, where appropriate, to provide discreet storage and additional interest.
Photographer: Nick Smith
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Match to the roomThe room’s function should influence what you hang at the windows. While long, pooling curtains may add glamour to a bedroom or living space, they are less practical in busy rooms, such as the bathroom and kitchen, where functionality is the priority. ‘It’s possible to source fabrics that have been specially treated and are suitable for bathrooms and kitchens,’ says Kia Sunda. ‘But some fabrics, such as silk, which rots, should never be used in these moisture-rich environments.’
Install the shower head in the ceiling Avoid lots of plumbing on the walls and instead install a monsoon shower head in the ceiling. It will provide a luxurious drenching while taking up very little space. White shower curtains against white walls minimises their impact.
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