Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:03:02 AM
There’s something poetic about this small walk-in shower. It’s partly because of the black frame and the way it contrasts with the white subway tiles but also because of that small, square window and the built-in storage niche placed above the bench.
When you’re favorite designs aren’t quite modern but aren’t quite rustic either, it’s wise to mix the two to achieve a look that reflects your unique style. Redo Home + Design used sleek marble tile in this bathroom to keep it up to to date while converting vintage chippy dressers into sinks for that imperfect look.
Marble, although in a limited supply, continues to be a very popular material, especially in bathrooms. Marble bathroom counters, floors and walls are appreciated for their refined and elegant look. But before you fall in love with its beauty, you should take some time to consider all the important facts that are marble-related. First of all, marble may look durable and hard-wearing but it’s actually a very vulnerable material. It’s a soft stone so it’s very porous and absorbent so it soaks up stains very quickly. If you plant on having a marble shower or marble floor in the bathroom, you need to be extra careful.
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