Even though the bathroom is usually the smallest room in the house, it can be given big style. It would be such a shame not to be aware of your bathroom’s lighting potential, so why not lemd an ear to what some designers have suggested?
A bathroom design can be illuminated with lighting fixtures in any kind of home decoration, be it opulent or minimal.
- The first apartment’s classic French design has been updated for the 21st The master bathroom showcases a 1960s chandelier, a 1950s American glass table and a Saarinen armchair. The hand-cut glass-mosaic tiles covering the niche is inlaid with golf leaf, the marble of the walls is Italian while the floor tiles are marble and gold-leafed glass.
- In the second bath room the sconces are by Ozone, the vanity and tub are by Waterworks, the walls are tiles with Calacatta Viola marble whereas the fittings are by Lefroy Brooks.
- The third powder room has a Visual Comfort sconce, a mirror by Made Goods and a wallpaper by Cole & Son.
- In the Portugal wooden beach house there is an Ikea mirror hanging from a simple strip of lighting above a hand-made sink, the floor is poured concrete while the fittings are by Grohe.
- The last but one pavilion ccontains a 1970s chandelier, a 1950s stool and a 1940s mirror.
- In the last picture the 17th-century Italian farmhouse’s powder room holds sconces by Restoration Hardware, an early 18th-century Spanish giltwood mirror and an antique stone sink and brass faucet.