Light is a design tool that works as well in a modern, architecturally designed home as it does a more stately, older building. In this bathroom, large windows provide an airy atmosphere, which is combined with light colours on the walls and floor, to create a perfectly breezy space. This, in turn, is then complemented by the white furnishings, and hints of chrome and aqua.
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A room with lots of natural light, be it from large windows or a door opening onto a garden, presents you with an exciting opportunity to bring the outside in. Here, the use of white on the walls and over the exposed brickwork bounces the light around the room, giving it a feeling of spaciousness. The glass panel that separates the shower from the less functional area of the room provides the zoning needed, without blocking the light in any way. The clever but sparing use of aqua blue and apple green maintains that breezy atmosphere, while the plant helps create the illusion you’re enjoying an outside space.