It can be very useful to have two sinks in the bathroom. That’s usually the case for the en-suites of master bedrooms. But how exactly do you design around a double sink vanity and how do you integrate such a feature in the room. Moreover, what are the things to take into consideration before you even choose your vanity and sinks? You definitely need to do your homework. We can offer you a few hints and pointers that might help along the way.
This black-framed shower enclosure is special compared to everything described so far. Its uniqueness comes from the fact that the panel is frosted glass and offers a certain level of privacy in addition to having a more bohemian look. Window-like shower frames such as this one are appreciated for their industrial and rustic charm. They have a very specific look which can be combined with a variety of different styles, color palettes and influences. The black frame, in this case, helps define the shower area. It coordinates well with the wall mirror and it adds a touch of elegant simplicity and and sophistication to the decor.
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.
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