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?
Cohesiveness is important, especially when you want the ambiance in a space to be comfortable and inviting. The cohesiveness here is given by the coordinating elements such as the shower frame, the cabinet hardware, light fixture, faucet and others. This shower only has a partial frame which wraps around two sides of the glass panel, those that are adjacent to the wall and to the floor. They match the frame around the mirror and they serve as accent details for the bathroom‘s decor.
Every bathroom is different and has its own layout and placement of the fixtures so it’s up to you to figure out where the best place for a shelf would be. Consider an open area under the sink or a niche in the shower. A lot of combination between open and closed storage can be created in the bathroom. Most contemporary bathroom vanities play with this combination and the results can be really exquisite. Storage diversity is important even when the space is small such as in this case. Instead of overwhelming it with large and robust furniture, a more open design is preferred. Towel shelves in the bathroom are a great idea. Just make sure you keep them close at hand and that usually means under the sink or close to the shower enclosure.
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.
Native Trails also showed their Avalon 62 tub that looks like concrete, but is actually a mix of natural jute fiber and cement known as Native Stone. The thick shell ensures that a hot soak will last a long time. Produits Neptune featured a number of colored tubs for those who want to add a bold touch to the bathroom. This red one is marvelous. Zitta made their elegant Evora tub even more appealing with a luminous silver finish on the outside. The tub — made for two — is acrylic and has a shape that provides a number of installation options. Vanico Maronyx showed their Taiga tub, said to have been inspired by the lakes of Quebec, Canada. Made for one or two people, it includes a backrest that is comfortable for sitting in the tub and reading. The wood feature on one side is an interesting detail.
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