Linear London Sarah's Bathroom
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Explore alternative areasIf your bedroom is too tiny to contemplate adding wardrobes, how about fitting out another nearby nook? This beautiful bathroom has long and lean cabinets that make the whole room into a walk-in wardrobe. An unobtrusive ladder is both decorative and handy for reaching those high hangers.
Pick floor-to-ceiling panelling Painted wall panelling makes a space look grand and elegant, with the air of a country house. Always paint it with a product that won’t get damaged by moisture – oil-based paints are best. This grey-green adds soft colour to a pale room and hides a huge storage area. If you have an alcove, consider shelving it and adding wooden doors in front to create this look. Panelling could then be continued around other walls for cohesion.
4. It works with stoneA grey-veined stone paired with a grey paint create a pleasing harmony, whether you’re taking a cue from tiles in the bathroom or a worktop or splashback in the kitchen.In this bathroom, the greeny-grey on the cabinetry – Little Greene’s Pearl Colour Dark – is a perfect partner to the grey-toned tiles on the floor and walls.