By Emeric Eve. Bathroom Design. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 20:52:52 PM.
If you think about it, large mirrors could be considered a waste of space, especially in a small bathroom. Adding a glass shelf across the bottom portion offers another spot to display a small item or two, or just a place to perch a few toiletries while getting ready. This is especially valuable if countertop space is at a premium. When empty, the shelf is merely a design element on the large expanse of the mirror’s surface. Among the different bathroom trends, this is one that could work in any style of space.
Wood and stone are a popular combination for rustic bathrooms but sometimes that can leave your space feeling dark and dreary. When you’re trying to create a spa experience in your bathroom, dark and dreary are the last things you want. However, you can still use wood and stone tiles in your shower as an accent and still achieve a sleek rustic look.
Don’t let your wood tile shop at the shower. When you have a tiled floor, it makes sense that you would carry some of those honeyed brown shades from the wall all the way under your feet. It will make your bathroom’s shower look like a nook, tucked away where no one will bother you.
What happens when you love wood tile but you can’t afford the bathroom reno or it won’t quite fit with your modern decor? You add just a few wood tiles to your shower shelf. Even a simple change like this can give your whole shower a new look, adding an element you love so much without overwhelming your bathroom.
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