Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
Suspended lights and chandeliers can have a place in the bathroom too. While they might not be the style to install over a vanity, they could serve as overhead fixtures or hang above a bathtub. In fact, choosing a statement fixture to hang over a freestanding tub creates a luxurious and relaxing setting for the bathroom. This golden piece is from the Roinn series by Luxi Studioworks of Canada. The Art Deco-inspired pattern is perfect for a bathroom that needs a touch of glamour. If the gold is too bold, the fixture comes in other finishes that are not as shiny but no less stylish. Bright and modern, this type of fixture would be great in a minimalist or industrial bathroom design. Created by Studio Endo, the Alpine V is a modular style from the Alpine chandelier collection. The customizable arrangement could hang along a wall as shown or be used over a tub or other section of the bathroom. It's a cool lighting fixture that provides plenty of illumination.
A drop in standard tub size usually 60” long, 30” wide with 16” water depth. As usual, you can most likely find smaller and larger versions too. A drop in tub has no visible finished sides but its rim is however visible, in contrast with under-mount tubs. Since the tub is an essential part of the bathroom, it’s important to take your time and to choose the style and size that best suits you based on the shape you prefer, the material you choose, the weight of the tub as well as your bathing habits.
You know those bath mats that are rigid and don't actually soak the water but let it drip onto the floor? They're quite nice even though they'‘re not soft and fluffy. They‘re also quite easy to craft in case you‘re interested in the idea. We found a nice tutorial on themerrythought which could help. Everyone has at least one or two mason jars around the house and if you don‘t you can just buy something that comes in a jar and use the content. You can then repurpose the jar and turn it into a soap dispenser. You‘ll obviously need to make a few modifications to the jar itself. You‘ll require a soap pump, some spray paint, a paring knife, glue and sandpaper. With these things you‘ll be able to make a unique mason jar soap dispenser that you can proudly display on your bathroom counter.
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