The beginning of another week means another Monday Moment comes along to hit you in the face with some beautiful bathroom goodness. Ok, it won’t literally be hitting you in the face as that would be mean – but we’ve had some stunner’s here in the Monday Moment series and I do hope that they at least give you a little joy, even if they don’t always particularly inspire you. The saddening thing is that it’s only once a week, although only have one Monday a week is probably for the best! If you ever want some design inspiration, or simply just want to admire some pictures of beautiful and unique bathrooms then you could always check out our Pinterest Dream Bathrooms board, where you’ll find more than enough to sate your appetite, but let’s get on to today’s instalment.
If there was an award for longest bathroom then today’s Monday Moment would at least get nominated. It sort of looks like a long old age corridor that’s been repainted a dashing white and stone grey, while also being teamed with a culture clash of black and white Moroccan tiles. The first entry into the bathroom greets you with a long passageway that makes up the bulk of the bathroom. Two counter basins (similar to the Sorrento countertop basins) are situated on the solid thick granite countertop to the right of you, while good use is made of the gap between the countertops and floor to store towels (and by the looks of it they’ve got quite a few, although they’ve forgotten to pick the one up on the stool!). There’s also a foot stool for any children, or smaller sized adults, to reach the basins comfortably. The entryway to the right, just after the counter basins, looks like it could be a shower but I’m not entirely sure.
Step into the next room and you’re greeted with a warmer feel to the stone grey section that preceded it. This is thanks to the large chandelier that dangles from the ceiling, illuminating the walls and shining directly on to the deep slipper style freestanding bath that looks like the perfect place to soak for a good long while. We can’t see what’s in the rest of the room, but the roof looks like it might be partially open to the elements.
People generally think of long rooms being used as kitchens, but this stunning bathroom depiction is one you should definitely consider if you’re blessed to end up with such a usable space.
Source: Viva Full House