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I like this because the concrete and glass remind me of factory/warehouse conversions and I love the fact that an entire door opens to the outside. I like that the outside is completely private, and yet lets so much light in because it's open above. The fixtures are very appropriate for the factory/warehouse feel. It brings the outside in.
Loves! Teal-and-Beige Bath | Gorgeous teal tiles turn this under-the-roof shower surround into a stunning escape. Glass walls and doors allow the shower's beauty to be seen from any spot in the room, including the oversize soaking tub on a raised platform. Sand-color floor tiles and painted walls add a beachy vibe to the scene. A striped runner carries the beauty of blue throughout the space.
Yikes-neo angle shower with an angled wall-Note that your grout joints will not line up on the angled wall with the rear flat walls, its a math thing. If this bothers you you can switch to a different shape of tile for that angled wall (ie a 4x4 or 6x6 installed on the diagonal as a solution).