Trendy Bathroom Shower Idea: Steel-Framed Enclosures | Apartment Therapy

These Showers are the Next Big Thing for the Bathroom

In most bathrooms, the shower enclosure is a bit of an afterthought, just a practical solution for keeping water from spraying all over the room. But lately a different kind of shower enclosure is picking up steam — steel framed doors that make the shower

MK2 House by Canny Design

Our Lubelso by Canny Homes Contemporary facade has been reinvented for our new concept home in Brighton. Open by Appointment.

Interesante propuesta: bañera en la ducha con luz cenital. Todo en blanco y madera natural.

Main Bathroom, Gloss white tiles, Matt White 600 x 600 tiles, Baltic Pine Floor, Calcutta Marble Benchtop Minimal white bathroom

EAT architects have used a combination of terrazzo flooring and mute olive wall tiles in this light filled Melbourne home.

LOVE this color of seafoam green tile - EAT architects have used a combination of terrazzo flooring and mute olive wall tiles in this light filled Melbourne home.

Maison Dandoy / stair step - stone with gold edge

Maison Dandoy / stair step - stone with gold edge -xxl grigio venato by Bomarbre

White walls, grey floor, wood console, black window accent...Blairgowrie 2,© Hilary Bradford

Gallery of Blairgowrie 2 / InForm - 11

Bright and airy, frame less shower screen no need for shower tray which helps room flow. Timber makes nice contrast.

We Are Huntly The Penny Drop Cafe                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Sitting at the base of the Australian Tax Office in Box Hill, Melbourne, sits the Penny Drop Café designed by We are Huntly - the same team behind the recently featured Balaclava House project.

Bishop Edward King Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects. Vertical timber boards lining overhead shelves. Continuous rail along splashback. Deep bench edge

Bishop Edward King Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects

Actually from a church in Oxford (Bishop Edward King Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects)

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