bathroom designAt Powerflow Contracts, we concentrate on disabled lavatory designs and installations. A luxurious guest rest room mixes a stone” look with travertine partitions, a river pebbled= shower floor, and a stone-look porcelain flooring. This toilet renovation actually brought out the most effective of this house: the big window, the nook area for the tub, and the washbasin with trendy taps.

What takes it into severely chic territory is tuxedo-crisp black trim and a patterned concrete tile ground. A Harry Bertoia sculpture hanging above the tub provides an artistic touch to the grasp tub of a Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Joe D’Urso.

Graphic, geometric patterned ground tile serves as the focal point and coloration palette inspiration for this lavatory. Here is a small rest room design tip that may not sit well with traditionalists: tear out the bathtub and add a modern stroll-in bathe surrounded by seamless glass.

This massive toilet has a basic foundation: white subway tile walls and a white double self-importance. When you consider white and modern , this is the type of rest room that involves mind. There’s something comforting about this lavatory; the black needs to be unsettling, but it’s not.