Shower rooms sometimes a second bathroom, it is difficult to choose how the right design. If you already have a bathroom, shower becomes marginalized. But the shower room is the hallmark of luxury homes, the use of a large, stylish shower enclosure and modern accessories will create a contemporary space. Great ideas from some of the design of this shower rooms, shower rooms are all making the master bath.
Add a bespoke mural
For a bespoke look, customise a wall with a hand-painted mural. Designs can be painted onto stone, marble or tiles and then given a waterproofing treatment. If the wall is polished plaster or concrete, complete the mural before applying a waterproofing silicone treatment.
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Create a calm space with natural materials
Golden-coloured stones and natural materials, such as this travertine, invoke a sense of calm serenity. Here, large-scale tiles are mounted with a minimal grout lines, making the room feel fully clad.
Available in a plethora of solid and iridescent colours, mosaics are a classic choice. Tiny tesserae work particularly well on curved walls as, unlike larger-scale tiles, they can hug the surface neatly. Use a similar-coloured grout to create an almost seamless surface.
Choose graphic tiles to create an impact
Create impact in a plain white bathroom with a panel of graphic pattern. These tiles have been extended onto the ceiling, which increases the feeling of space. Alternatively, continuing floor tiles up the far wall would have the same effect.
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Add wow-factor wallpaper
Wallpaper isn’t a no-no in a shower room as long as it’s not in direct contact with water and the space is well ventilated. Give it an extra layer of protection with matt varnish to make it moisture resistant.
Use tadelakt to create a Moroccan hammam spa
Originally used in Moroccan hammams, tadelakt is a durable and waterproof surface that’s perfect for use in modern shower rooms. It can be coloured in a range of shades and used to create a smooth and seamless surface on both walls and floors.
Keep it simple with traditional tiles
For a timeless look, choose traditional metro tiles. Classic white versions like these won’t break the bank, so you can afford to tile from floor to ceiling. White grout will give a softer feel or, for a bold, graphic finish, team them with a darker shade, such as graphite or navy.
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