Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 03:27:15 AM. Bathroom. By .
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Avoid any 45 degree angles. Corner basins, WCs and baths may seem like a good idea on paper, but they never give a pleasing result in the long run. My tip for simplicity is to think about your bathroom design as a series of simple rectangular planes instead of a mean little patch of splash back tiles, consider tiling the width of the wall and instead of a shower screen that stops a foot short of the ceiling, take it all the way up, giving a cleaner and simpler look that will maximise the sense of space.
Because it is wet, the bathroom floor needs to be made to reduce slippery texture. Especially, if in your house there are small children or older people. You can slip if you walk on a slippery floor, right? Thus, the rough floor surfaces such as textured ceramic or natural stone is often used as an option. However, every material always has advantages and disadvantages. Textured ceramics require more energy in cleaning. Uneven surface makes the dirt more and more closely.
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