This bathroom renovated by ONG&ONG in Singapore has a shower niche placed low on the wall, just a few inches above the floor. It looks like a practical design both because it's low enough for everyone to reach it (both kids and adults) and because at that level it's improbable to knock over the items by mistake. A lot of times shower niches are designed to blend in and to disappear into the wall but that's not the strategy used by Fábio Galeazzo for the Urban Forest project in São Paulo, Brazil. These niches stand out by contrasting with the wall around them. The residence designed by Remy Meijers has its own style of shower niches. The fact that the bathroom has this corner nook already makes the space feel small so the designers tried to keep everything as simple and as open as possible, hence the niche that blends in and its transparent glass shelves.
Fabric,beautiful fabrics on furniture and windows gives a really elegant look. Elaborate window treatments and upholstery are finding their way into this private retreat. Traditional shower curtains, a perfect place to showcase beautiful fabric, are being replaced by glass shower doors and walk-in shower stalls. Read about Hardware, Tile, and Accessories for a luxurious new bath. Add finishing touches to your luxurious bathroom with unusual fixtures and hardware. Bath Faucets, you don't have to feel stuck with basic shiny chrome faucets. Depending on the style of your bath and the rest of your house, you might want to select decorative faucets of solid gold, polished brass, pewter, brushed nickel, or burnished iron.
To add floor space to a narrow room, consider having cabinets cut shallower than usual, and bump out the counter area around the sinks. A pullman-style bathroom will look more interesting without a long, straight line of cabinets. If your space has room, consider having the countertop installed at two heights. The lowered area can serve as a dressing table. You might even have a whole wall of cabinets built in to store towels, rugs, and bathroom necessities. Tile, while many bathrooms have laminate or solid surface countertops, ceramic tiles of all shapes and styles are the choice of the day. For any variety of looks and durability, choose glass, ceramic, stone, or metal tiles.
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