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How do you create a bathroom where you can switch off and recharge when space and budget are limited? An IKEA interior designer took on the challenge.
A bathroom with blue floor and wall tiles, a free-standing bath tub, and white vanity unit with mirrored cupboards above.
IKEA interior designer Fredrik Biel.

Meet the interior designer

A sense of order is vital for a room that’s all about wellbeing. “I designed a space to relax completely after a hectic day,” says IKEA interior designer Fredrik Biel. “I set the spa mood with a calming colour palette and an ENEBY Bluetooth® speaker for soothing music. HEMNES storage gives the room a coordinated look and stops it feeling crowded or cluttered.”
Mirrored cupboards open and close above a white sink with blue wall tiles behind.

Organise to create calm

“A combination of closed and open storage lets you choose what to hide and what to display,” says Fredrik. “I mounted lamps on each side of the mirror to light your face evenly when putting on make-up or shaving.” There are mirrors inside the cabinet too, and the shelves are adjustable so you can customise it to fit your toiletries.
A white bench with towels on a lower shelf and accessories on top, with blue tiled walls and floor.

Coordinate colours

Try simple finishing touches, like neatly folded towels that fit your colour scheme. “Use baskets to store your favourite spa products, so you have everything to hand for some ‘me-time’,” says Fredrik. “While you might not copy and paste this entire room, I hope it gives you some ideas that you can adapt to your own bathroom.”
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Made by

Interior designer: Fredrik Biel
3D artist: Simone De Lulii