Bilgola House Contemporary Bathroom, Sydney
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master bathroom in Sydney with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface benchtops, a drop-in tub, a shower/bathtub combo, beige tile, white walls and pebble tile floors. — Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to
No-one’s favourite job is ridding a bathroom of mould and mildew. Save yourself some work and maximise airflow through wide-opening windows or louvres like these. The quicker a bathroom can dry out after use, the better.
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Frosted louvres is another clever solution. The first window is frosted up to head height, for where you need it most, while the remaining two panels feature frosted glass louvres, allowing you quite a lot of control over just how much sunlight (and visibility) you allow through.
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Make more spaceGain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The space below can be used to store your beauty products in a pretty basket or the kids’ bath toys.
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Privacy please. Bringing natural light into the bathroom is a priority, but privacy can be tricky when the bath is positioned directly under the window. Here, a mix of frosted and clear glass louvres solves the problem, and they can be easily angled as required. And when the sun goes down, the recessed lighting above the shower-bath provides gentle illumination.SHARE YOUR THOUGHTSHow do you feel about shower-bath combos? Dated or not? Let us know in the comments section.MORESmall Bathroom Idea That Are Big on Style12 Decorating Tricks to Make Small Bathrooms Work HarderHow to Gain Valuable Space in Tiny Bathrooms