Copper is usually seen in lampshades, or crockery, or even a bath, but it never usually features in kitchens. These two photos are prime examples of why copper is such a great material to use. It bounces light like no other but also it’s easy to clean, modern and gives a room a sense of style. I love the way they have used copper pipes to hang their crockery on a truly inspirational setting. Funnily enough this metal is one of the only metals that is warm, steel and aluminium are terribly cold materials.
We may live in one of the busiest cities in the World but it doesn’t mean that one can’t shower close to nature. These examples both have open spaces around them but allows them to have privacy in such an intense city like London. Having plants within your space makes your experience fresher and more relaxing. With the help of recess windows, your bath time can be light, peaceful and happier.
Having a bath is all about freshening up so why don’t you combine this experience by having an overgrown adventure so it can be as fresh as fresh can be. The use of natural materials in this setting is ideal allowing rust and other natural beings to form.