By Sonya Whitley. Bathroom. Published at Saturday, November 11th, 2017 - 15:38:20 PM.
The large mirror creates the illusion of space, while its grey frame ties in with the rest of the scheme. To keep things light and bright, the owner has chosen pure-white bathroom fittings for some contrast.
Keep things simple like compact under-the-eaves room has its smart boat bath centre stage. The paneling around the bath offers the perfect place to display accessories. Evoke wonderful memories of summers spent in beach huts with a stunning photo of a seaside landscape positioned above the bath.
Pale, glossy finished that reflect light will not only provide ‘wow’ factor, but give your bathroom a bright and open feel, too. As well as adding a certain shine, they can help boost light levels and make a compact space feel larger than it actually is. Perfect for moisture-prone areas, these hard-wearing materials are resistant to water and easy to keep clean, too. The most commonly used light-enhancing materials in bathrooms are coloured or mirrored glass, reflective wall panels and tiles, and high-gloss furniture and bath panels.
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