Published at Tuesday, 04 September 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
Ideally, a large shower window or glass wall would open up the bathroom to a private garden. This way privacy is not an issue and you can also control exactly what you see from in there and you can create a very zen and fresh decor. What if you want natural light in your shower/ bathroom but there's no way you can make a full-height window work? Perhaps a skylight can be an option or perhaps you could opt for a long, horizontal window just under the ceiling. It`s hight enough to offer total privacy and to let you have solid walls but it still serves as a source of natural light.
The look of bathroom fixtures is also changing with the advent of new technologies. Unusual, architectural designs are more widely available. This one from Kohler looks like a modern line drawing, with the bulk of the fixture erased. It’s an intriguing design that still has plenty of water flowing from the tap, just as an ordinary faucet does. designs like this allow homeowners to be more creative in coming up with a bathroom design that expresses their personalities and adding interest to this hardworking space. Freestanding bathtubs have been all the rage in recent years, replacing the mammoth built-in jacuzzi tubs of decades past. Now, within the freestanding category, there are different types available. This new model from Villeroy & Boch sits on a chrome base, lifting the height of the tub and lightening up its footprint in the bathroom design. Similarly, the wall mounted toilet, where the tank and plumbing are secreted within the wall, is a streamline option. Even if space is plentiful, the wall-mounted toilet is a sleeker option than one with a hulking tank attached.
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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