Bathroom / June 13, 2018 / Christelle Angelique.
The floor of your walk-in shower is an important opportunity to make it stand out from the rest of the room. Will some teak slats contrast with the bathroom tiles and ensure an eye-catching look for the shower? How about using the same tile for both areas, yet choosing a different hue for the shower space. Should you want a clean and continuous look, use the same flooring material inside and outside the shower, with the shower curb being the only element that separates them.
Even the most minimalist walk-in shower is much more than a tiled (or timbered) floor underneath a shower head. Consider the role that accessories can play in the overall style and feel of your walk-in shower.
The first and most visible sign of an outdated bathroom is its dull plate-glass which shows the tear, wear, and all other damage from the past, and it is therefore the first thing that needs to change in the bathroom.
The wonderful thing about any Scandinavian interior design touches is that they add a lot of natural warmth, style and sophistication to a space, all of which can be demonstrably lacking in a bathroom. Given how clean and fresh the room needs to feel, it is so easy to fall into the trap of all-white-everything, which can lead to a sterile, though practical finish, but by following a more Scandi route, instant home spa vibes can be enjoyed, without negating on storage at all.
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