One way to build a low-cost bathroom is to stick to your material palette. That's the plan of the homeowner and designer who built this modern grey bathroom. After the initial planning stage, they looked for durable yet affordable building products. They used those materials to finish the bathroom. That way, they built the project within the owner's budget.
What we love about this bathroom
In this bathroom, the designers laid polished grey tiles on the walls of the bathroom. The surface of these tiles is smooth and polished. These surfaces are easy to clean.
The grey tiles on the floor are different. These are non-slip and textured tiles. These tiles are not slippery even when wet.
Homeowners access this walk-in shower using a sliding door. The opening of the door is in the centre, which makes it more
The designer of this bathroom created a short vanity and used a flat sink. As a result, there's less countertop space.
No worries. Flat sinks are super functional. Water flows directly down the drain. As long as you use a low faucet, no water will splash on you. Also, these sinks are timeless and luxurious. They pair well with the large wall mirror.
Touches of wood
There are many ways to use wood in the bathroom. The designer did them all here. As you can see, it has wooden floors, countertop, and cabinetry. The three added the wow factor that this bathroom needs.
But, these are wood laminates and not real wood. These building materials are super affordable.
Closed and open storage
Above the toilet is a row of closed white medicine cabinets. Under it, you find the open shelves with a wood laminate surface. These two kinds of storage fit in the bathroom. Store the toiletries you always need in the open cabinets and hide the rest inside the cabinets.