This is a pretty special double sink bathroom vanity. It has a solid counter that holds the two sinks and a wooden frame but there`s also a storage module suspended between the top and the floor. Complement a simple bathroom vanity with a wall-mounted mirror that lights up. You can either look for one with built-in LED lights or install these on the back of the mirror along the edges. The two halves of this bathroom vanity complement each other perfectly. The two-toned design suits the minimalist and geometric forms and the two mirror that go all the way up to the ceiling make the space feel a lot bigger. A large mirror can actually brighten up a small bathroom but if that`s not the case there`s no need for one. You can balance out a large double sink vanity with two individual mirrors that are small by comparison.
When you have little space to design in, a powder room’s pipe work may have to be on show. Boxing it in, to hide it, can take up valuable floor space. In such situations make a virtue of the necessity and accentuate what you would normally prefer to hide, like down pipes and waste pipes. Select brushed stainless steel faucet fixings and a towel rail that matches your basin’s waste pipe. Why not extend the idea and use metalwork for your basin, too? Chrome works well as an alternative to stainless steel. If your powder room is located under a stairwell it can be even more pushed for space than elsewhere. Don’t be put off a clear design ethos just because the ceiling may slope or because the room has an awkward corner to negotiate. Site the toilet at the place where headroom is most restricted. Keep the color scheme light in tone and hang a large mirror to give the feeling of more space. Another good tip it to install a hand wash basin that sits in a corner, so guests don't have to squeeze past it.
Freestanding bathtubs seem to be very appealing and, at one point, you realize you`ve always wanted one without being sure why. There are lots of reasons why you should choose a freestanding bathtub and most of them are related to functionality and style.
Every room in a house or an apartment has its own uses for an open shelf or a shelving unit. In fact, in the bathroom alone there are tons of ways in which to use wall shelves. We‘ll explore some of those options while also showcasing a few stylish and interesting bathroom shelf ideas and designs. As expected, the possibilities are numerous and very diverse. A bathroom shelf can be a very useful feature, especially when the storage is limited in the room. In addition, small bathrooms could use multifunctional elements such as this shelf that doubles as a towel holder. An interesting visual effect is created here. The box shelf matches the sink both in shape and similar dimensions and it looks as if the bathroom has a double sink vanity.
There are plenty of suitable places for shelves in the bathroom. One of the most common option is above-the-toilet shelves. It’s a way of putting this space to good use and at the same time of creating a focal point there that distracts from the toilet itself which isn‘t exactly an attractive part of the bathroom, aesthetically speaking.
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