The Invisible Bathroom

The Invisible Bathroom

Sarah Coffey
Mar 18, 2008
If you have a huge bathroom, you're in the lucky minority. For most people, bathrooms are the smallest room in the home, which might be one reason that clear bathroom accessories are so popular. They take up minimal visual space while performing all the functions of their opaque counterparts. Click below for sources for an "invisible" bathroom...

Gem Soap Dish from Umbra, $19 • Charles Ghost Counter Stool by Philippe Starck at Design Within Reach, $280 • 24 x 36 Infinity Mirror from Room and Board, $299 • Acrylic Wastebasket from the Container Store, $19.99 • Glass Canisters from Crate and Barrel, $16.95 - $24.95 • Cora Carafe from CB2, $9.95 • Milo Baughman Chrome and Glass Mirrored Etagere from Assemblage, $2,750 Penny Round Tiles in Snow White Matte from Ann Sacks • Lush Frosted Glass Tile from Modwalls Vintage Double Towel Bar from Restoration Hardware, $149 Shadow Stripe Shower Curtain from Linens n' Things, $29.99 • Cubits Shelving from Design Within Reach, $220 • Medicine Cabinet Collection from Lekker, $193 • DiamondTech Glass Tile from CoolTiles Korsfjord Bathroom Set from IKEA, $7.99 Related Links:Red-Orange and Cream BathroomA Yellow BathroomA Blue BathroomClear Glass and Plastic FurnitureClear Glass and Plastic Furniture: Part II
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