For the basin, I’ve ordered a beautiful basin designed by Antonio Lupi similar to this one.
Taps: I’m looking at Vola or the taps designed by Antonio Lupi (subject to costs)
Bathroom mirror: I haven’t yet decided but the Pebble Grey bathroom mirrors may well do the trick as they have an interesting collection of cabinet mirrors. I just need to work out if our bathroom mirror can be fitted into the wall rather than wall-mounted as Elisabeth did for her bathroom.
Door onto the balcony: I think Steve is looking at something like this on a smaller scale.
In the meantime, here are a few looks I really love…
I really like the design of this wall-mounted storage unit that combines style and practicality. It’s a feature in itself and looks fabulous and striking. If you are after an industrial feel, check out this wall-mounted clothes rack that would great against metro tiles.
This one, designed by Antonio Lupi, stole my heart…everything is so neat, nicely displayed and a far cry from the 80s bathroom I had to cope with for the past three years ;-) The space is narrow, yet everything looks very balanced and I suspect the basin is in the recess on the right hand side.
You can’t go wrong with white marble especially when the basin is as beautiful as this one, yet I’m more of a Corian person than marble but the mirrors are exactly how I would like ours to be fitted.
The basin of this one is a bigger version of the one I’ve ordered and if we can’t fit the mirror into the wall, then having an illuminated mirror might be plan B, I think.
So out of all of these, which do you prefer?
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