By Emeric Eve. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, May 10th, 2018 - 09:24:57 AM.
Here is a completely non-traditional bathroom mirror set-up. What’s not to love about this? It is whimsically rustic and masculine. The handheld mirror vignette can almost pass itself off as original wall art. The simplistic, bare-bones vibe coincides nicely with the other bathroom fixtures here. This is a charming bathroom mirror space.
This clean-cut space doesn’t want (or need!) a lot of frills, which is why these tiltable, modern mirrors are a perfect fit. Simply framed in a stainless steel, the his-and-hers mirrors add dimension to a white (or otherwise monochromatic) bathroom. The mirrors don’t draw a lot of attention to themselves; rather, they reflect a ton of light and whiteness and thus highlight other pops of color in the space.
Laying subway tiles can be pretty tricky. Since the individual tiles are small compared to other types, there’s obviously more room for error. Lining up the tiles on adjacent walls is not exactly a walk in the park especially if you’re also installing subway tiles on wall niches, a shower bench or the outside of a tub. This shower, for instance, is all covered in subway tiles, all except for the floor.
Modern industrial decor has been popular for some time, however, it is just taking on new life among bathroom trends. This is a wonderful example of how to incorporate this style of decor in a bathroom. The warm, dark hues complement the large Lunar mirror that is set atop a copper-finish glass wall panel. Architectural pipe-style fixtures accent the space nicely.
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