Steampunk Bathroom

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Becky Harris added this to 11 Breathtakingly Beautiful Black Bathrooms17 September 2017

3. Architect Andre Rothblatt and Ragnar Boresen at The Sink Factory maxed out the idea of pairing black with metallics, using ready-made copper pipes to create steampunk style in this San Francisco bathroom. A hammered copper sink basin picks up on the pipes, while black tile and a Victorian-style wallpaper complete the look.

Rashmi Haralalka added this to 11 One-of-a-Kind Bathrooms on Houzz4 July 2017

8. This washroom celebrates the steampunk style – a design genre that marries the industrial age with sci-fi. The dramatic, exposed copper pipes, washbasin and taps stand out against the dark walls and white vanity and WC. The filament bulbs on either side of the mirror lend a soft glow to the otherwise mystic and dark bathroom. The copper pipes are functional but overly exaggerated to go with the theme. It also adds a metallic sheen to an otherwise dark bathroom.

Change Your Bathroom, Inc. added this to A Guide to the Best Bathroom Faucet Finishes26 June 2017

CopperCopper is unmistakable and bold. It gives the bathroom a rich feeling, especially when mixed with a subtler material, such as marble on a countertop. Advantages: Copper has natural antibacterial properties. It’s fairly easy to find and also has the ability to “heal” itself. Over a short period of time, a scratch in copper will become darker and eventually blend with the patina.Disadvantages: A shiny copper finish might require a little more maintenance than brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and chrome, but if you let it age naturally, copper will develop a beautiful patina. It’s harder to match accessories and other fixtures to copper, and it’s not as durable as other finishes.Styles it works with: Tuscan and farmhouse. And, of course, steampunk.Learn how to use metallic hues at home

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Alain added this to Bathooms5 January 2021

We won't actually do this, but it's pretty cool, isn't it?