Plumber: Outdoor trends for an indoor bathroom | Siouxland Homes

Question: Ed: I live in the country and want to bring some outdoor themes to my bathroom remodeling project. I plan to install a large skylight and have lots of custom teak decor accents. Do you have a natural looking interior design idea for me?

Answer: After everything I’ve seen, open floor plans and sanitary fittings in artist editions with natural motifs can give any bathroom a nice outdoor feeling. Here are a few ideas for installing equipment.

Design an individual walk-in shower cubicle with a full glass partition and a natural stone base for the shower.

A space-saving toilet area with a wall-hung basin with a concealed concealed tank can keep the open room theme flowing.

Finally, for the finale of the facility, a washbasin in the form of an artist edition washbasin can steal the show. I suggest one of the new floral paddling pools. These dramatic sinks feature brightly painted flowers on a jet black background.

Bottom line: if you start with an open air setting and then add fresh flowers, you can make your new country house bathroom bloom with beauty.

(Master Contractor / Plumber Ed Del Grande is internationally known as the author of Ed Del Grande’s House Call, moderator of TV and Internet shows, and LEED Green Associate. Visit or write to [email protected] Always consult local contractors and regulations.)

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