Designer Emilie Cerretti gave this small bathroom a spacious feeling while still including one of today’s hottest trends: a wet room.
She opted for a smallish freestanding tub and a glass wall that only partially divides the room, so there was no need for a space-wasting swing door. The glass keeps water in the wet room but brilliantly lets style and light flow freely. Much of the power punch comes from the dynamic floor tile, which reads like an area rug, and the fab bluish green wall tile. Emilie also bumped out the wall opposite the shower for added dimension, topping it with a wood ledge for display space
The glassed-in wet room opens up the small space, showcases the fabulous tile and lets natural light flow freely.
In a room with so much tile, it’s important to soften all the hard surfaces. Emilie opted for a wood vanity to contrast the tile and introduce a natural element. Towels on wall hooks and a woven basket add a textural touch, and both boost the room’s functionality. Tropical plants lend a refreshing naturebased organic feel that further softens the space.
DESIGN, Emilie Cerretti. WALL TILE, Céragrès. FLOOR TILE, La Jolie Tuile. VANITY, Réno-Dépôt. FAUCET, Les Boutiques Eaudace. TUB, Bain Dépôt. SCONCE, Concept Luminaire. TOWELS, Winners. MIRROR, IKEA.