Freestanding bathtubs seem to be very appealing and, at one point, you realize you`ve always wanted one without being sure why. There are lots of reasons why you should choose a freestanding bathtub and most of them are related to functionality and style.
A similar type of cohesion is featured here where the shower enclosure is closed off with a glass and metal wall and a door that perfectly completes the grid. The sink vanity has the same type of graphical design, featuring a thin black supporting frame. In a lot of ways, the walls and door of this bathroom look a lot like Japanese shoji screens. The emphasis is on the grid pattern and the contrast between the black frame and the glass panels, as well as the white tiles and furniture.
We loved this private vanity from DVX with its marble top, embellished cupboards and fanciful gold mirror. This double vanity is designed to be accessible for people with disabilities. The cabinet can be removed from either side to allow of wheelchair access and the mirrors are angled downward for the proper viewing angle. The adaptable design is from Vanico. Every bathroom needs fixtures and Rubinet Faucet Company displayed some colorful and cool options. From neon LED lights to brightly colored fixtures, they are all available in a range of colors. If modern and colorful isn‘t your style, we found this retro fixture that would look great in any shower. The larger head, brushed metal and old-fashioned knobs are distinctive.
Since you won‘t need freestanding light fixtures anywhere near a backlit mirror, that means there‘s more space here for other things. You can take advantage of this if you have a small place and squeeze in some extra storage. Some mirror can be attached to cabinets, much like the ordinary kind. Of course, if you absolutely must, you can complement a backlit mirror with wall sconces or hanging pendant lamps and they can serve separate functions.
There’s usually some storage under the bathroom sink and, depending on the type of sink and on the plumbing system, that space can be smaller or larger. Open shelves are usually a nice option when there are no exposed pipes. It‘s understandable to want to have plenty of storage in the bathroom. Lots of things need to be stored in here and open shelves can be just what the space needs. This is a design that works well if you have a large bathroom or if you‘re willing to cover most of your walls in shelves. They definitely offer lots of storage but the design has to be specifically created to accommodate such a feature. Use small shelves for things like makeup products or decorative things. The big items can be hidden inside a cabinet or they can sit on the counter next to the sink.
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