Islington, London, UKContemporary Bedroom, London
Master bedroom from glass en suite
Photography courtesy of Alison Hammond Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Look into the bathroom. In this home, the bedroom and en suite are open to each other except for the glass divider. The upside of using glass in this type of arrangement is that an en suite gets filled with natural light where it otherwise might be windowless and always artificially illuminated. It also allows a beautiful bathtub to be a feature of the bedroom as well as the wash space. In this interior, mosaic tiles that catch the light complement the reflective wallpaper of the sleep space.If you’re inspired by this arrangement, bear in mind that it’s really for bathroom neatniks only. Discarded towels and plastic shampoo bottles can spoil the look of your bedroom as well as your bathroom with glass in place. And for many people, a closed-off loo may be preferable.
Electric towel warmers can be either hardwired or plug-in types. Hardwired units, such as this wall-mounted one, are wired directly into the wall, use standard wiring and should be installed by a licensed electrician.