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1 Wallpaper isn’t just for walls – it’s also ideal for doors, as Lisa Peters has shown in her guest bathroom in Oranjezich­t, Cape Town. The Graham and Brown flamingo wallpaper that was used on the walls was repeated on the inside panels of the door to great effect.

2 Mosaics are a timeless classic – this bathroom with its monotone blue mosaic walls was redone more than 10 years ago and it still looks fresh and striking! Used in combinatio­n with simple, understate­d accessorie­s, it remains a talking point in this Cape Town flat.

3 Graffiti-inspired walls might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Juanne-Pierre de Abreu of Sea Point couldn’t resist when he came across these end-of-range tiles at a bargain price. The en suite has no windows, so Juanne-Pierre opted for a glass partition that separates the bathroom from the main bedroom. This keeps moisture at bay in the bedroom, but ensures enough natural light in the bathroom. The sliding barn doors leading to the lounge area are simply closed when guests come over. >>

 ??  ?? 1 2 A large mirror appears to double the size of this small space. Mirror with lights from Eagle Lighting 3
1 2 A large mirror appears to double the size of this small space. Mirror with lights from Eagle Lighting 3
 ??  ?? Glass partition STOCKISTSE­agle Lighting 021 424 4071, eaglelight­ing.co.zaWallpape­r Inn (Graham and Brown wallpaper) wallpaperi­nn.co.za
Glass partition STOCKISTSE­agle Lighting 021 424 4071, eaglelight­ing.co.zaWallpape­r Inn (Graham and Brown wallpaper) wallpaperi­nn.co.za

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