Ioanna Lennox explains that bathrooms are small rooms, but how the space is used can create a “spa-like” feel. Showers can have shelving built into recesses of the walls. Space to either end of glass doors can have shelving. You can add floating shelfing or benches to add places to store things. Color or lighting can add to the environment as well.
- Bathrooms are often small and confined spaces that have to be practical and functional and if they can somehow have a spa-like serene quality about them, then all the better.
- This is a favourite with designers and architects as it’s visually the tidiest, most elegant and practical way of keeping your favourite shower products within easy reach.
- A typical recessed shower shelf should be a minimum of 350 millimetres in height and approximately 90-100 millimetres deep to allow for the taller, bigger .
“Bathrooms are often small and confined spaces that have to be practical and functional… and if they can somehow have a spa-like serene quality about them, then all the better. Yet no matter what the space, organisation is key.”