Posted by Pearl Canada on 2019 Aug 29


One thing readers already know about Style at Home editor-in-chief Erin McLaughlin is that she has unlimited talent in the style department. Most might also suspect that she does nothing by halves. 

Old meets new 
Texture and patina in the form of an antique door add layers of warmth to the space. A tub with a square silhouette lends a modern, refined note.SIMPLE-waterfall.jpg
Waterfall counters 
Seamless staron counters that fall to the floor are the latest luxury. 

Big-box beauty 
This simple IKEA godmorgon vanity proves the best spaces offer a mix of elements from big-box stores as well as boutique shops.SIMPLE-5.jpg
Little extras 
Make a personal statement with your favourite perfume bottles, vintage vases and freshly cut flowers.SIMPLE-6.jpg
Energy-conscious choices 
A programmable thermostat for the under-floor heating lets you customize your settings.SIMPLE-7.jpg
A place for everything 
We love clever ideas for adding value, from inset shelving for toiletries to heatedtowel racks.SIMPLE-8.jpg 
Space smarts 
Opening up the space and adding neutral shades in muted colourways gives the bathroom its fresh, airy look. Repurposing IKEA’s kitchen cabinets as bathroomcupboards and pairing them with high-gloss white Abstrakt doors and simple Glira knobs keeps the aesthetic hotel-crisp instead of soft.

Source: Styleathome