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Preeti Singh added this to Timeless & Safe: How to Design a Bathroom for the Elderly29 August 2021

7. Ensure the space is well-litThe better your bathroom lighting, the less strain on your eyes. You also don’t want to miss any wet spots that can be hidden by shadows. Good lighting comes in many forms, including recessed lighting, vanity lighting, lamps and natural light. You may even consider placing lighting inside an enclosed shower.

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 20 of the Most Popular Storage Ideas on Houzz India25 December 2017

All natural: a wood-finished vanity complemented with dark stone tiles in the shower space. Just the right combination.Architect: Studiovistara

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How to Make Your Bathroom Watertight16 April 2017

Go for waterproof paint Bathrooms are exposed to a lot of moisture and humidity so it is wise to select a semi-gloss or waterproof paint for the non-tiled surface and the ceiling. Such finishes have a shiny surface and are resistant to fungal growth caused by dampness. Also consider paints with water beading technology (available with paint companies like Asian Paints). The hydrophobic (water-repellent) nature of this paint does not permit any absorption of water that may cause dampness to the walls and forces the water to roll down as little beads.Tip: To ensure that there is no dampness within the bathroom, install an effective exhaust fan and make provision for ample natural light and ventilation.Read more:Bathtub vs Shower: Which is Right for Your Home?Why Marble Might Be Wrong for Your BathroomTell us: How have you sealed leakages and controlled dampness in your bathrooms? Share in the Comments section below.

Amanda Peters added this to Beautiful Inside-Outside Bathrooms We Love28 November 2016

7. Warm and fuzzy bathroomThe best of bathrooms come with their unique touches – maybe with TVs and surround-sound systems, innovative shower heads or glamorous bathtubs. But they also feature elegant materials. Tejas Patel of Studiovistara mixes a range of natural materials to create drama and give this bath some depth. Think about combining a wooden finish with dark stone tiles and plenty of plants in a private courtyard to create a warm and a cosy spot.

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HU-783098218 added this to My ideas23 December 2021

like the cuboard under the sink

Vinutha Bhat added this to Vinutha's ideas18 April 2021

No wall to the right of wash basin

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