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.
The advantages that these shelves offer are numerous and the most important of all is all the extra storage that they offer. This is something to look forward too especially if you have a small bathroom or powder room. Another pro is the fact that bathroom storage shelves are very practical and they help keep the space clutter-free and well-organized. It‘s always nice to have a tidy home so why not improve on that?
Get away from the traditional bathroom look once the New Year has swung into place. Updating your bathroom's look for 2013 will give you a refreshed way of enjoying the room in your house where you ought to feel most indulged. There are plenty of novel approaches to take with contemporary bathroom design. From a complete refit of your bathing suite to the addition of some well chosen accessories, a January makeover for your bathroom should be one of your New Year's resolutions. If you like a long walk through the woods during the winter months, or enjoy the outdoors with some sporting activity that mean you get muddy, why not makeover your bathroom with a deep chocolate tone to give it a new look? Avoid traditional blues and whites. Go for creams and beige surfaces as well as muddy browns for a novel approach to your usual color palette. Large wall and floor tiles, that present an even a coffee hue, look great set off against brilliant white grouting. Brown bathrooms are ideal to clean up in, once you get home after a muddy workout.
You can still have a unified look in the bathroom even if you choose to have two sinks. They can be part of the same vanity and they can share the same wall mirror. They can also have matching faucets. If you decide that two separate mirrors would be a better fit for your bathroom, that would influence the overall cohesion but just a tiny bit. You can still maintain a unified look with a single vanity with two sinks. The space under the sink is usually used for storage but that‘s not a mandatory feature. You can have a thick vanity top with nothing underneath it and you can add the storage in a different form. It appears that each of the sinks has its own towel holder, one on each side of the vanity. Also, there are two large drawers, one for each user. The sinks share a single large mirror but there‘s a line at the center that clearly divides it in two sections. It`s a pretty elegant way to maintain privacy while saving space and giving the bathroom a unified decor.
This model from Vanico comes without a base and instead features an LED light that seems to make the tub float. Smaller bathrooms were a focus for many vendors like Zitta, who showed this shorter tub that still offers a deep soaking experience. The headrest at the tall end makes it extra comfy. Keeping one end tall and thin, and the other attached to the corner for the fixtures helps make the most of a smaller bathroom space. Vanities and wash basins are also being redesigned for smaller bathrooms for those who want to make the most of their space. Native trails farmhouse-style sink is a bathroom version that is perfect for a narrower vanity in a tight space. A more formal design from Pier Deco features a powder room basin that has a stunning frame with elegant legs. The metal components add to the fancier feel that the thin legs provide. DXV from American Standard featured several full bathroom settings, such as this sleek and angular double sink vanity. The solid surface that extends to the floor in the front eliminates visual clutter and is very modern. A recessed center console provides space for toiletries or other necessities.
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