This unusual modern-decor bath encompasses the decorative drama of the Victorian era without the sentimental clutter.
The room is inspired by the products of industrial-age factories and foundries, which gave the European and American middle class access to the elaborate furnishings of the aristocracy.
Used with a bit of tongue-in-cheek edginess, reproductions of these pieces are romantic but not too serious. Frosted acid-wash glass panes simulate old factory windows, giving a loftlike ambiance to the space and partitioning off the commode and shower areas.
A white beadboard ceiling and classic hexagonal tiles on the floor add subtle texture and reinforce the vintage urban mood.
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