Published at Saturday, 08 September 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
Much warmer looking than chrome, brass is currently one of the big bathroom trends. This Nudo collection by Spanish designers and founders of MUT studio Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón features a wall mounted or hanging system for all the fixtures. The wall-mounted taps and the gorgeous base for the free-standing tub put the focus directly on the stylish metal. If you think about it, large mirrors could be considered a waste of space, especially in a small bathroom. Adding a glass shelf across the bottom portion offers another spot to display a small item or two, or just a place to perch a few toiletries while getting ready. This is especially valuable if countertop space is at a premium. When empty, the shelf is merely a design element on the large expanse of the mirror’s surface.
Speaking of common things that everyone has in their bathroom, a soap dish is an interesting case now that liquid soap dispensers are around. In any case, if you do use one, be sure to check out lovecreatecelebrate to find out how you can make it out of concrete. It’s one of the simplest projects ever and there are plenty of cool ways in which you can make the design your own. Let’s not forget about the always useful towel rack. Sure, those radiators that double as towel racks are pretty practical but a bathroom still needs a separate hook or two because these are not just for towels but also for bath robes, clothes and other things. Want to see how you can make a lovely farmhouse-style rack? You can find all the details on angelamariemade. Aren’t these shelves charming? The horseshoe accessories are both practical and decorative at the same time and the actual shelves are easy and inexpensive to make which means that decorating the bathroom on a budget is actually quite simple. We suggest using reclaimed wood for this because it has more character plus it`s cheaper and chances are you already have some leftover pieces from other projects. To learn more about the requirements, head over to mountainmodernlife.
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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