A Modern Minimalist Back To Basics Bath

A Modern Minimalist Back To Basics Bath

Sarah Rae Smith
Mar 9, 2010

All this month we're making a few wish lists when it comes to our own personal thoughts on the ideal bathroom. For me, bathrooms are a place where several basic tasks throughout our day happen and we've always thought that if we could build any bathroom we wanted, it could kind of resemble the one from our local highschool.

In our dream bathroom we'd actually like to include stalls like you have in commercial facilities. With dreams of kids running around and multiple people in our home, the idea of having one utilitarian bathroom is rather refreshing. Lockers would also be a nice touch to keep personal belongings in!

First Row, Left To Right
KOHLER Branham Urinal: There's a more simple way to cure the age old argument about forgetting to put the toilet seat back down, just install a urinal!
BoBrick B-166 Mirror with Shelf from Partition Plus
The Verge Two Station Lavatory from XPB Lockers. It's easy to clean and comes in an array of colors.
Lewis Pendants from Schoolhouse Electric.
Wood/Metal Hybrid One-Wide Single-Tier Locker from School Outfitters

Second Row, Left To Right
Thick & Thirsty Organic Towels from Gaiam
Rolling Laundry Basket from Steel Canvas Basket
Glass Accessory Holders from CB2
Countdown Clock from CB2

Curious to see what our other Apartment Therapy Editors dream of for their own bathrooms?
Janel's Modern Meets Traditional Mashup Bath
Aaron's Industrial Luxe Bath
Kristen's Black, White and Modern All Over Bathroom

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