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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Create clean linesFor a ultra-modern streamlined look, choose large rectangular tiles in a neat, aligned layout. Large tiles can also help to expand your space visually, as there are fewer grout lines. Fewer grout lines equals a less cluttered look, which helps enhance the feeling of space in a compact room.
After: The renovated bathroom by Projekt Home (Paul Kenning Stewart Design) created a bathroom that efficiently uses space and requires little maintenance. One maintenance saver was the fixed-glass shower door. It also lets in additional light, along with the new window, to make the space brighter.
Photo by Brandon Barre Photography1. Warmed by woodAnd the most popular bathroom according to Singapore Houzzers is this simple but cosy, wood-and-white space. Although it’s a bathroom in Toronto, Canada, it’s very easy to visualise in a Singapore home, whether it’s an apartment or landed home. All the design elements, from the mosaic floor to the woodgrain cabinet fronts and wood-look flooring are familiar – and easily available. No wonder you love it!TELL USLet us know in the Comments which space most appeals to you.MORERead about the 10 most popular bathrooms in the US in 2016