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Copper is fairly easy to find and also has the ability to “heal” itself – Over a short period of time, a scratch in copper will become darker and eventually blend with the patina. A shiny copper finish might require a little more maintenance than brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and chrome, but if you let it age naturally, copper will develop a beautiful patina. It’s harder to match accessories and other fixtures to copper, and it’s not as durable as other fin

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Tiny bath under eaves. What more do you need?

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from House to Home

Neutral stone tiled bathroom

Neutral stone tiled bathroom | Bathroom decorating | Ideal Home | Housetohome.co.uk

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from Minimalissimo

House in Berlin

It’s only natural to encounter visual variations of what can be considered a minimalist project. Loft Kolasinski, a Polish interior design firm, rebuilt and furnished a Berlin House showcasing local flavours and remixing restored pieces. Each room presents a particular dynamic and, in this case, the minimalism isn’t about absence, it’s about fundamental elements for daily routine.

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Simon Astridge opts for a variety of raw materials in Balham House extension

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J O H N . M I N S H A W . D E S I G N S

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from Design Milk

Fink House by Ian Moore Architects

Small and it works - perfect bathroom for the main, we will have a bath in our ensuite :)

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from Leibal

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Elwood is a minimalist house located in Melbourne, Australia created by Robson Rak Architects with collaboration for interior design by Made by Cohen. (14)

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Wetroom, white bathtub, and what a great idea that little shelf running along the back wall An Urban Village: R HOUSE - TAMIZO ARCHITECTS

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I wonder if this house is hanging off the side of a cliff? Where else can you get that view?

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