Roof Top Extension / Loft Conversion Old PortsmouthBeach Style Bathroom, Hampshire
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Leave a wall exposed. If you’re lucky enough to have inherited brick as a building material, by all means, leave it exposed. Even in unexpected places — like a bathroom or a hallway — the texture of the brick will lend depth and interest to the room, instantly giving it a sense of character. Industrial building materials like concrete or exposed metal pipes can also add texture to a space.
The bathroom features an exposed brick wall, which was the front of an old chimney that went through the attic. “There’s exposed brick elsewhere in the house, so we continued the theme,” Westcott says. The bricks were treated with a water-based sealant. The cistern of the back-to-wall toilet is hidden neatly in a boxed-in alcove under the pitch of the roof.Toilet: Ideal Standard
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1. Mattoni a vista su una sola parete sgombraIniziamo con l’esempio pulito ed evocativo di questo bagno bianco e pieno di luce, in cui una sola parete, con i suoi mattoncini rossi, è stata lasciata al grezzo. È una macchia di colore che arreda e da sola è sufficiente a catturare l’attenzione e rendere l’ambiente interessante.