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Blue bathroom in an updated French manor house - inspiracionline via Atticmag

French Manor House Bath

In an ancient house, a bath retains its atmosphere. How charming and quintessentially French is this unfitted bath in an updated manor house in Champagne? Of course, it could be Sweden or Belgium too. Styled to look cozy, the room appears to be L-shaped, with additional sanitary facilities out of view (or in another room […]

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Ikea gold mirror tile concept bath - decorhappy via Atticmag

Gilded Bathrooms: Gorgeous or Gaudy?

I can’t resist giving my opinion of these ‘jewelry’ baths. What’s yours? This second decade of the 21st Century has become something of a gilded age, at least where bathrooms are concerned. Gilded walls – so very Klimt  – are gaining acceptance, particularly in powder rooms where a little goes a long way. Until now, […]

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rustic tub alcove with corrugated tin splash guard

Rustic Tin Bath

An enchanting tub alcove with an unexpected twist. Once you see an interesting material used indoors, you start seeing it everywhere.  Such is the case this week for me and corrugated tin.  I couldn’t quite make sense of the potted plant and how the wall seemed to be hovering over the floor until I researched.  […]

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Ann Sacks black glass mosaic bath - lepsiebyvanie via Atticmag

Specialty Black Baths

It’s important to see small details for personal grooming so a black bath has its pros and cons. But one thing is for sure: black provides the elegance and drama whether the materials used are as humble as local stones or as sophisticated as a handmade glass mosaic. I’m not partial to a relief wall […]

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Brown and white triangle shape tile bath - Cathy Kincaid via Atticmag

Star and Triangle Tile Baths

Pattern can be created by the shape of field tile. In Morocco, where tile is an art form, pattern is not restricted to surface decoration or even to the size of their glazed earthenware tiles known as zellige (also zillij). Often it is a function of the actual shape of the tile  or by a […]

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