Designers Casey Kenyon and Jonathan Beck’s Brooklyn bathroom feels decidedly ethereal due to light-reflecting high-gloss paint. A light-filled, narrow bathroom is accented with a sheepskin rug and bamboo curler blinds within the Brooklyn house of designers Casey Kenyon and Jonathon Beck. Covering the floor with a conceit or storage containers can create a cramped house, not to point out tripping hazards. A pedestal or floating sink keeps the floor clear, and putting in floating storage will help keep every thing you need at arm’s length. McGrath II used ground tile to cover the partitions of this small bathroom.

Bathroom Decoration

The extravagant floral wallpaper contained in the powder room of a West Village condo turns the complete house into a piece of artwork. In a New York City home’s bathroom with restricted countertop and cupboard storage, designer Katie Ridder used a medium-height antique shelf for books, towels and a plant. An attention-grabbing …

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