Photography for Orsman Construction, home in Hackney, LondonRustic Bathroom, London

This is an example of a country bathroom in London. —  Houzz
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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Style-Boosting Design Ideas for Your Indoor Plants1 July 2019

9. Deck out your bathroomBathrooms often feel more natural with the addition of a plant or two to break up expanses of tile and mirrors. Plus, most indoor plants thrive with the additional moisture from the shower. The designers of this home in London’s Hackney neighbourhood took advantage of a skylight above the bath to hang potted donkey tail (Sedum morganianum), staghorn fern (Platycerium sp.), string of bananas (Senecio radicans) and common ivy. As a result, the bath feels like a tranquil mini-conservatory. Recreate the look with plants hung from a shower curtain rod or with a hanging trio of plants by a bathroom window.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 10 Ideas for Hanging, Trailing and Cascading Indoor Plants18 June 2018

6. … Or hang over the bathNot many of us will have a ready-made ledge and light source above our baths, but this example shows how wonderful plants can look dangling over a tub, bathed in sunshine.If you do have an inset window in a suitable spot, see whether it’s possible to add a strip of wood so you can simply hook hanging planters over the edge of it.See more spaces designed for plant lovers

jofroude
Jo Froude added this to My Houzz: A Careful Extension Blends Perfectly With a Period Home21 June 2017

There are two skylights in the new bathroom, including one directly over the freestanding tub. “Kew Gardens was a big influence in terms of plants, but also the amazing glasshouses there,” Anderson says. Bath: CP Hart

What Houzzers are commenting on:

meganwiz1
Megan W added this to Bathroom28 June 2020

hanging plants feel fresh and inviting

katemartin25
Kate M added this to new houseplant looks19 May 2020

Deck Out Your Bathroom Bathrooms often feel more natural with the addition of a plant or two to break up expanses of tile and mirrors. Plus, most houseplants thrive with the additional moisture from the shower. The designers of this home in London’s Hackney neighborhood took advantage of a skylight above the bath to hang potted donkey tail (Sedum morganianum), staghorn fern (Platycerium sp.), string of bananas (Senecio radicans) and common ivy. As a result, the bath feels like a tranquil mini conservatory. Re-create the look with plants hung from a shower curtain rod or with a hanging trio by a bathroom window.

bbeardslee136
Brooke Beardslee added this to master bathroom14 April 2020

love a skylight idea with plants

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