Not everyone has to guts to paint their bathroom black, especially one without a window. Will it look like a cave? A dungeon? Small? Dirty? Take a look and see what you think!
Entering from the hallway, a deep white round vessel sink sits atop the custom concrete-clad, floating, curved counter. Under the counter is lit at night for those midnight forays. The large, curved walk-in shower is tiled floor to top with square, white tiles (as seen reflected in the mirror), with both a rain head, and an adjustable shower head. On the right are double cupboards and drawers, to hid away all the bathroom paraphernalia. Ceiling pot lights, and white glass light fixture over the sink provide plenty of light.
The view from the shower entrance shows the tall custom curved linen closet.
A countertop - to- ceiling mirror reflects the decorative niches above the toilet. The chrome faucet, tap, and light fixture are all mounted onto the mirror for a clean, modern look.
This space started off as a standard beige 40-year-old bathroom that you've seen in a multitude of homes - a counter top running down the right side with a toilet at the end, and a bathtub with those horrid glass sliding doors on the left. The homeowners cleared it out to the drywall and created this stunning, upscale bathroom. Not at all cave-like!