11 of the most beautiful South African bathrooms


If you shy away from complete visibility, try etched glass to add opacity to doors and windows. The tinted material allows for a more discreet view and lets in just enough light to keep a small bath bright. Create a dynamic visual statement by using color on the wall that contrasts against dark flooring and fittings. Add some black elements to draw the eye along the lines of the tiles. This combination creates a striking interplay of color and pattern that is both modern and timeless.

  • Embrace a rustic flair by infusing natural materials like stone, or create depth with textured wallpapers that are once again en vogue.
  • Once the layout is created, designers can head to the tool’s vast library to add 3D items.
  • A three-quarter bathroom includes a toilet, sink, and shower, without the bathtub.
  • After obtaining quotes from several contractors in September – we chose Superior Renovations to fully refurbish our 2 x bathrooms, 2 x separate toilets and paint and carpet our garage.
  • Patterned tiles and creative lighting are used to give the all-black interiors more texture and depth.

This functional family home’s bathroom incorporated white tiles with black grouting as an inexpensive way to create pattern in the space. Carrara marble hexagon tiles line the walls of this beautifully modern bathroom within this striking coastal home. A soothing neutral scheme is the hallmark of all the bathrooms in this Federation terrace.

Get Creative With Tile

The secret to a good bathroom is measured entirely on how well the space supports individual needs. For example, a family bathroom might require booth a bath and a shower and a lot of storage options. Some ways you can add an extra bathroom is turning an adjacent box room into an en suite. Turning a unused area of an upstairs landing to a bathroom is a perfect renovation project. A cloakroom can be turned into a shower room if there are no shower rooms upstairs or in the bathrooms.

  • Michelle Berwick Design added a stone pony wall to separate the walk-in shower from the toilet in the corner.
  • When having a small bathroom, one main goal is to make the space look bigger.
  • Here, the team at We Three Design goes for black light fixtures, wall tiles and a bathroom faucet to breathe life into this white room.