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long and narrow bathroom with only one window could feel rather poky. However, with a few little tricks, you can turn it into a light-filled space and make it feel a lot more spacious. And there’s no need to give up on your comfort! Indulge in a maxi wet room, which takes up almost half of your floor space: its see-through frame lets light through as if by magic and makes the space feel a lot bigger. However, on the opposite wall, a wall mounted top with built-in washbasin, which appears to be floating in mid air; this frees up necessary floor space. At the back of the room, almost hidden to the naked eye, there’s a bathtub, just what you need for a rejuvenating bath time surrounded by nature.

Three pieces one style

Maxi wet room.

Go for a wet room in clear glass, so you can fit it even in a small bathroom without overpowering the space.

Wall-mounted top.

A wide wall-to-wall top with built-in washbasin, perfect for giving a fresh update to even the plainest of bathrooms. Go for a harmonious shape, avoiding sharp corners.

3D tiles.

If your room is narrow, play with a few key features in delicate tones. 3D tiles in matching colours are ideal and so bang on trend.



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