Bathroom Basics

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 | Category: Bed and Bath, Design Inspiration

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It seems as if bathroom remodels are on-going projects for me, having just completed a few with a few more in the works. In sourcing for inspiration, I often have to find bathrooms that are both functional and practical. Here are some that are fit the description!

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Glass subway tile, offset and installed vertically for clean, wipe-able walls.

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A simple, refined classic bathroom will always remain timeless.

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Clients often request plenty of storage, having a vanity with deep drawers & cabinets is practical.

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Roomy shower stalls with rainhead shower heads are a luxury…

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If room allows, open shelving facing the tub offers great storage for accessories & towels.

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A well lit bathroom is a must, this one offers flexible lighting in the way of a pendant, recessed, & sconces.

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An interesting solution to maximize space and accommodate a tub & (double) shower combination!

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5 Comments to 'Bathroom Basics'

Heather 14 Dec 11 at 10:51 am

Gorgeous bathrooms! I particularly love the ones with white marble …

Cameron Carothers 14 Dec 11 at 5:21 pm

All beautiful! Love the last, just wouldn’t want to have to keep it clean with water splashing all around.

plumbing 15 Dec 11 at 5:48 am

I love them all. They look simple but beautiful. Light color are relaxing.

Cheap Bathroom Vanities 21 Dec 11 at 6:36 am

Beautiful! I like concept of using space around.

Denver Home Organization Services 20 Mar 12 at 10:53 pm

I love the minimal design on the first image! It looks like beautiful.

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