A minimalist bathroom with off-white tones is likely to be the look of bathroom #3 in CASA PYLA.
As known as Mila’s bathroom.
Mila spent years telling me that our home in London was too white. Now that I’m moving towards warmer tones, she wants a white bathroom and ensuite. Go figure…
This ensuite bathroom is 3.46 m2.
It is not a huge space but decent enough for an ensuite. East facing, this bathroom has plenty of natural light all day and a window overlooking the front garden from the first floor.
Before we knocked down the partition walls, there was a large built-in wardrobe and a basin.
I’m replacing everything by an Italian shower with a niche (see picture below) and a large bathroom sink.
I love this L: A BRUKET range, don’t you!?
Plenty of storage is key to achieve a minimalist design for your bathroom.
A large cupboard will allow you to store eye-sore skincare/hair products away while keeping some of your nicest skincare on display.
At the moment, Mila has chosen black bathroom fittings.
If I can’t find any black wall taps and shower fittings that suit me, I may switch.
I would prefer using brass taps and keep the black taps for another, darker bathroom.
As it is an ensuite bathroom to a double bedroom, I chose a large bathroom sink with two sets of taps. I will probably get a mirror cut to size to be the same width as the basin.
Wall & flooring are likely to be polished concrete.
I also noticed they’ve recently added these beautiful linen PJs which I will order soon.
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