Every bathroom is different and has its own layout and placement of the fixtures so it’s up to you to figure out where the best place for a shelf would be. Consider an open area under the sink or a niche in the shower. A lot of combination between open and closed storage can be created in the bathroom. Most contemporary bathroom vanities play with this combination and the results can be really exquisite. Storage diversity is important even when the space is small such as in this case. Instead of overwhelming it with large and robust furniture, a more open design is preferred. Towel shelves in the bathroom are a great idea. Just make sure you keep them close at hand and that usually means under the sink or close to the shower enclosure.
The lighting is also very important in the bathroom, both from an aesthetic and from a practical point of view. Stay away from basic and very common lighting fixtures and try to think outside the box. Perhaps you’d like to have two pendant lamps instead of the usual wall sconces or maybe you could hang a chandelier somewhere if the space allows it. Try to make the design stand out by introducing unexpected elements. This can also refer to the use of certain materials in an unusual way. For example, a wooden tub would definitely impress. The little things matter a lot so don’t overlook these details. Don’t leave your vanity counter empty. Decorate it with some candles placed in a tray, a book or two, some interesting-looking stones, a terrariums or all sorts of other things. Similarly, don't neglect the walls. Wall art can really enhance a space. Put up some framed pieces or decorate the walls with wallpaper instead of the usual tiles or paint. These are just a few suggestions meant to help achieve the high-end look at home.
A similar type of cohesion is featured here where the shower enclosure is closed off with a glass and metal wall and a door that perfectly completes the grid. The sink vanity has the same type of graphical design, featuring a thin black supporting frame. In a lot of ways, the walls and door of this bathroom look a lot like Japanese shoji screens. The emphasis is on the grid pattern and the contrast between the black frame and the glass panels, as well as the white tiles and furniture.
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