Designing Your Zen Bathroom
When designing your Zen bathroom, keep the design simple and open to create a nice sense of flow.
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You should place the bathtub by a window so that you can experience nature while soaking. The bathroom should interact with adjacent rooms so that the view looking in and out of the bathroom is appealing and serene. The toilet area should not be seen from the doorway. Consider placing a beautiful piece of artwork within viewing distance of the toilet; let that art be the focal point from the doorway. "You want to feel the adjacent space even though you may not always see it," says architect Michael Morris of Morris Sato Studio in New York City. "There should be something present beyond the wall or screen, a borrowed landscape from another room that suggests a deeper space or surface."
Make the natural world the focal point of your Zen bath by adding a window, a piece of art or a beautiful plant.
Create a sense of calm and make your bathroom seem bigger by getting rid of clutter and using simple decorations.
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