The stunning acrylic panel with a digital image of lotus and lilypads makes this bathroom an eye-stopper. You will find four such places around the bathroom with this type of imaging, bringing a joyous and color-filled approach: the shower wall, the shampoo niche (2), and at the head of the bathtub. During manufacture, after the image is applied to the back of a 1/4" acrylic panel, a single coat of color is added to disguise the backboard. The small MR16s recessed in the ceiling help to illuminate the mural. Cat Anderson with Cat Anderson Design Consulting designed this beautiful space. Photo: Dan Bawden

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Amanda Morgan added this to Bathroom30 July 2020

Clean lines, not much grout, niches for shampoo, etc.

Tara Aslani added this to Tara's ideas22 January 2020

Several sources of water, niches and bench

lilttlet added this to Bathroom Ideas4 June 2017

Digital graphics on acrylic panels

Marianne Lipanovich added this to Pro Spotlight: 3 Things to Include in Your Remodel21 April 2017

2. Add Functional Features When redoing a tub or shower, include niches for shampoo and other toiletries. “That ugly wire rack hanging off your shower head goes away forever,” Bawden says. “A bench in the shower is another wonderful addition, whether you use it to shave your legs or have an older relative who needs to sit while bathing.” The bathroom seen here, in the Meyerland area of Houston, has both niches and a bench. The double niches help keep things organized, play off the 18-by-24-inch tiles and contribute to the clean lines of the room. The homeowner, who is a designer, spiced up the neutral space by applying digital graphics to acrylic panels.See more of this project

bornholm2014 added this to Shower19 June 2016

like the seat and the rain shower head

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