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Good for a small bathroom
Crazy! Love it! Couldn't possibly affor dit, but I love it.
I love the French doors opening from the shower directly into the outside. I also love the wood ceiling and the flagstone floor.
Genuine plants emerging from the wall image, giving a sense of reality. It's an update to an old 1970's idea, but the seventies version was always just a two-dimensional image. This is more convincing
The tiles around the bath tub
All the stone! Especially the rough stone behind the shower. The inset lights are pretty cool too.
The interaction of rough-hewn stone and unfinished wood. It has a very clean, light, airy feeling, seems almost al-fresco.
The dark-coloured wood, interacting with the natural-coloured stone.
I love the combination of stone and wood. The mirrors apprently floating in front of the wall. The hanging lights. How would you keep mould off the crevices if the stones? You'd probably have to scrub it regularly. Also, the stone would need to be sealed, with gives it a shiny, unnatural appearance. Stone-coloured tiles would probably be better.
The brown/beige tiles, which work well with the dark wood
The stone-effect tiles, being rough hewn.
The stone and wood, all giving an unfinished, natural sense
The wood ceiling, and wood frames surrounding the mirrors. The sense of unfinished, natural wood. Lots of dark-coloured wood. I'm less keen on the small tiles, which are too trim and formal.
The rough, pale, unfinished stone covering the whole wall, and the bath side also.
No unfinished wood in this one, but the yellow-brown tiling gives a certain feel of wood. An impressive arrangement of dark colours, but probably unsuited to a small bathroom, which could look dark and oppressive.
Lovely use of stone and wood