Camilla Piscopo

Camilla Piscopo

Camilla Piscopo
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Using 12x12 tiles on the wall and 1x1 tiles on the floor in a small shower is a great idea. And no shower door!

This spa bathroom with walk-in shower, designed by Lori Pepe-Lunché, is sure to inspire for your your next bathroom remodel or renovation, via

Tuck One In Look to a walk-in shower corner for a spot to place a shower seat. Though its form is tiny, this corner bench provides a good deal of utility in a midsize walk-in shower. Adding a white seat to the gray-tiled base lets the bench show up against walls gray-tile walls. The white seat also ties the bench to the mosaic-tile niches and river-rock-tile floor.

Walk-in shower corner for a spot to place a shower seat. Adding a white seat to the gray-tiled base lets the bench show up against walls gray-tile walls. The white seat also ties the bench to the mosaic-tile niches and river-rock-tile floor.

Create a just-right bathroom vanity by utilizing an entire sink alcove. This modern vanity with two partial drawers fits snugly into a small space; a lower shelf leaves plenty of room for towels. A concrete countertop and stainless-steel backsplash provide contemporary contrast to the rustic wood drawer fronts. /

modern vanity with two partial drawers fits snugly into a small space; A concrete countertop and stainless-steel backsplash provide contemporary contrast to the rustic wood drawer fronts.