Carlton RenovationModern Bathroom, Melbourne
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5. Light fantasticOnce upon a time, a single overhead light was pretty much standard for most bathrooms. That’s a thing of the past now as we experiment with new lighting ideas and embrace the idea of layered lighting plans that add interest and atmosphere to our bathing spaces.Think decorative wall sconces, LEDs around the mirror or installed under the vanity so the unit appears to float, and imaginative takes on traditional skylights. This popular bathroom in Melbourne bathroom is a great example of the latter. It features a sliver of a ceiling opening at the end of the shower area that draws a gentle wash of light into the space.
1. Do match your floor and wall tiles for an elegant lookKirsten Johnstone, architect at Kirsten Johnstone Architecture, says:Using matching floor and wall finishes visually blurs the distinction between the floor and walls and helps the space feel more spacious and luxurious. And rather than have a dado or a strip of tiles that divides your wall space, run the tiles right to the ceiling.