Oh, to live in a real loft space. Bare brick walls, exposed pipes, soaring ceilings and impossibly large windows. A girl can dream. And as inspiring as that would seem, such spaces come with their own challenges to overcome. Not everyone can live with homes that have such an obvious industrial past. All of those hard surfaces and industrial features can seem impossible to make homely. Which is why I love this bathroom so much. It has its factory roots on show. Just look at those brick walls and rough-hewn planks. Not to mention that huge downpipe. But it manages to look clean, white and just a little bit feminine too.
Take a Look
The skylight is introducing a lot of light and by painting the walls and ceiling white, and adding white tiles it looks fresh and welcoming. Its industrial past has been respected with metal accessories but luxury has been introduced with fluffy white towels, nickel lights and a elegant touches. The touches of pink are the icing on the cake. A perfect balance.
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Image Featuring The ‘Madame Blush’ Canvas, Mineheart.
Get The Look
- Textured Brick Mura, Wallsauce.
- Bubblegum Portrait, Mineheart.
- Lene Bjerre Steel Circular Mirror, The Taylor.
- Eichholtz Hayworth Glass Jar, Sweetpea and Willow.
- Antique Matt Tiles, Walls and Floors.
- Table Arrangement in Vase, Annabel James.
- Tall Grey Metal Ladder Towel Rail, Melody Maison.
- Mercer Bathroom Towel Collection, Made.com.
- Large Metal Wire Laundry/StorageBasket, Melody Maison.