The bathroom is a crucial place in every home. For the master tub in designer Katie Hackworth’s Medina, Washington residence she makes use of clear subway tile with marble trim, a black-and-white clawfoot soaking tub, and industrial metal and glass doors to offer a crisp look, adding a balance of coloration with cement floor tiles.
Right here, encaustic-style cement tiles (from American-based mostly Rustico Tile & Stone ) have been paired with mirrored antiqued mirror wall panels (from Rupert Bevan ) and a mirrored bath (the Tay tub from Drummonds ) to create a surprising toilet.
The darkish window body and flooring made from native brown stone give contrast to the all-over white of French designer Christian Liaigre’s St. Barts beach dwelling The white sink and its fittings are by Volevatch , and the shelves and steel-frame mirror have been made by native craftsmen.
There’s sufficient room in them for somebody to dress and undressed however there could be a bit of a clash between the wet zone of somebody getting out of the shower bath and the area in entrance of the bathroom – but hey you can’t have every thing in a small space.
In order for you, or if constructing codes dictate, there could be room for a small washbasin on the wall of the WC. The bathe room part has an excellent dimension shower and room for a seat – slightly luxurious to my mind which fits comfortably in the small house.