Mr. Bharat Aggarwal
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Dark wood has its own charm and charisma … who would deny that, looking at the suspended vanity in this calm and relaxing bathroom.Architect: SPACES ARCHITECTS @ ka
1. Frameless glass partitions…Install a frameless (and translucent) glass screen without visual interruptions to demarcate the shower area. It will also make the bathroom seem larger and brighter – it works well in compact bathrooms where space is tight or there is less natural light. Spaces Architects@KA bring in a wall-to-wall, frameless glass partition with doors. Tip: You could consider etched or frosted glass in place of the clear glass.
“The bathrooms follow a beige colour scheme and are clad in different shades of cream and brown marble that add depth to the space,” Aggarwal says. “The extensive use of glass and mirrors further increases the volume, while potted plants liven up the space.”