By . Bathroom. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 13:56:41 PM.
If your bathroom is an awkward shape or features a niche you’re unsure how to utilise, a built-in vanity unit could be the perfect solution. Ask a joiner to design a cupboard that occupies the whole space, concealing pipework and creating storage to suit your specific needs.
When updating your bathroom, don’t forget to redesign with the environment in mind. Low-flow toilets, sinks, and shower heads will not only help you conserve water, but they’ll also save you money. Plus, water-saving shower heads and faucets often cost the same, if not less, than traditional ones. So you won’t have to spend money to save money here.
By sandblasting the jellyfish design, evocative of things marine, into the translucent glass shower screen, Clearlight Designs, the designers of this bathroom have converted it into a cool bathing area that’s contemporary and fuss-free.
An abundance of black marble gives this stunning bathroom five-star hotel appeal, but if your budget won’t stretch that far, limit marble to your basin and bath surround, where it has the most impact, and economise with ceramic chequerboard floor tiles instead.
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