Tropical recessed housings

Love the color of the sheets  The Cliff House by Altea Hills Estate | From: http://roomdecorideas.eu/

Love the color of the sheets The Cliff House by Altea Hills Estate | From: http://roomdecorideas.eu/

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Tropical jungle atrium and recessed bathtub | Urban contemporary bathroom. Design by Eleni Psyllaki @myparadissi

Tropical jungle atrium and recessed bathtub | Urban contemporary bathroom. Design by Eleni Psyllaki @myparadissi

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Ralph Lauren Safari Style - note the lighting is soft, yet focused on the appropriate locations.  Nice.
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countertops. Consider white, silver or gray clawfoot tub with black feet and white or black hot and cold hardware on faucets.  Anthropologie Towel hooks black and white bone . Coordinate the metal finish of the towel hoos with the rest of the hardware. Moroccan chandelier to continue ethnic flair for mermaid tiles and bring in a bone and white inlay tray for makeup area.  Collection of handmade washcloths laid flat on an open shelf.

countertops. Consider white, silver or gray clawfoot tub with black feet and white or black hot and cold hardware on faucets. Anthropologie Towel hooks black and white bone . Coordinate the metal finish of the towel hoos with the rest of the hardware. Moroccan chandelier to continue ethnic flair for mermaid tiles and bring in a bone and white inlay tray for makeup area. Collection of handmade washcloths laid flat on an open shelf.

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Bamboo thrives in the bathroom.  Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks.  Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.

Bamboo thrives in the bathroom. Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks. Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.

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