Orin Rivka. Bathroom Bathup. November 14th , 2017.
Inside the shower. If you're sensitive to the cold and would rather have every single shower accouterment at your fingertips the instant you turn the water off, a towel rack inside the shower stall might be right for you. If you want to pull this off, it helps to have either a longer-than-standard-size shower stall, or a rainfall shower that will be less likely to splash and get your dry towel wet.
Bathtubs. If you can integrate your towel holder onto your shower's frame, why not your bathtub's too? If you're wondering, the rail mounted on the tub is an available upgrade on Kohler's Vintage model, shown here.
When white feels right. For many people, white is the only color they'll ever consider in a bathroom, and it's not hard to see why — it can look so clean and fresh. But there are ways to make your white stand out from the rest. Here, hints of black in the dark grout and fixtures are points of difference. Subtle but lovely features can inject enough difference into an all-white room to make it interesting: a signature circular mirror, well-cared-for plants and a designer wood stool, in this case. Textured tiles also bring depth to an all-white palette.
Glamorous gray. Gray continues to be a top color of choice for new and renovated homes, and opting for this color in a bathroom gives it a contemporary edge. In this updated Melbourne, Australia, period home, a neutral palette modernizes while still staying true to its classic roots. There's something refreshingly clean about gray for a bathroom, and while both black and white on floors and walls can show dirt, a gray bathroom is easy to keep clean. Concrete (and concrete-look tiles) is the material of choice in ultramodern homes and extensions, and bathrooms are the latest areas of the house to get the concrete treatment. The wood, concrete and black palette of this bathroom continues throughout this Adelaide home. If midgray isn't your thing, go for darker charcoals for a tinge of glamour and sophistication. The industrial-style light (with a yellow rather than white globe) and wood countertop add welcome warmth and moodiness to this space. You can never have too much marble in a bathroom, especially when the expanse of gray is offset by metallic fixtures and a standout vanity. Marble tiles manage to be classic and contemporary at the same time, a great choice for the cutting-edge addition to this home.
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