The simple bathrooms are finished in slick contrasting black fixtures and finishes.
The fixtures are placed in tiled recesses which provide storage.
Darry Snow Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Keep it simpleUsing basic tiles teamed with more high-end fixtures and fittings is a good way to achieve a cool, contemporary look on a more limited budget.Here, the plain white square tiles take on a whole new feel when teamed with matt black accessories and dark grout.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Discuss change ordersIt’s a good idea to talk to your client about how any change will need to be recorded as an amendment to the original contract, and that it’s more efficient to think of everything beforehand. Make it clear there’s a fee involved in change orders, and use any anecdotes of past projects to illustrate your point.To work out the fee, a good rule of thumb is to calculate how much time it would take you to investigate the cost of the change, new materials, and any lost time working on the project.Some design professionals recommend adding a listing to the contract that states that any changes will incur an administration fee. This will encourage clients to add potential changes to the scope of work before construction begins. It also establishes the fact that your time as a professional is valuable, and emphasises that even small changes can disrupt a project.