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Smooth, white Italian porcelain tiles with minimal grouting contrast the layered, textural effect of horizontally laid Mini-strip Bhutan tiles seen on several walls of this bathroom, including in the spacious shower zone.

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While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?