You might have a blank canvas currently staring at you in place of a bathroom, or you might be unhappy with how your current suite is working, and you’re looking to re-model the space. Whatever your reason for wanting to change your bathroom, the most important feature in your new space will be the bathroom fixtures and fittings. They’ll affect everything from how big the space appears when you walk in, to the mood of the room. Most people want their bathrooms to be relaxing areas, so how do you make sure you select the right furniture for you? You’ll need to find the answers to the following questions…
The brick house décor has picked up really well in recent past owing to the unique design element it is adding to homes worldwide. Some people look at it as something foolish, as in what is the point of adding a worn out look to a room(?), while some people love interior brick wall design. They are the ones who truly understand the unique and the special interior designing ability of brick walls. Here in this article, we have brought some ideas of decorating rooms with brick walls for you.
For all those who have experienced renovations of bathrooms (or as a matter of fact, any part of your house,) and the pandemonium that ensues with it, they know that choosing the right fixtures are just as important and getting the internal plumbing right. The horrendous task needs you to be as organized as Monica Geller herself for a tiny compromise on shapes and size of that tap may lead you to lament the choice until the next renovation is on the horizon. So how does one decide?
Modular bathrooms are not a new concept. They have been around for ages and have evolved in every form and shape that one could have wanted. However, there aren’t many designs that cater exclusively to very small bathrooms and smaller apartments that could use any extra saved space. The Vertebrae bathroom by designer Paul Hernon, however, looks to spin everything you knew about modular and space saving bathrooms on its head, or its spine.
100 years ago, getting something made in a factory by machines was the height
of being fashionable. Since industries were relatively scarce and not everyone could
afford factory made stuff, machine made items were prized just the way anything
3D printed today is.
Shorter showers have become all the rage these with what
with celebrities like Jennifer Aniston declaring that they take showers that
last less than 3 minutes in which they find enough time to cleanse their entire
bodies while brushing their teeth and shampooing their hair too. For an average
person, such showers are quite typical not because of an innate sense of
environment duty but because of their busy schedule complete with demanding
kids, a whole house to manage with no help and bosses that are ready to shave
cash off their salaries for every minute that they are late to work.
If you are the kind of person that hates having to struggle
with bars of soap, a soap dispenser is a must have for your bathrooms, half
baths and kitchen. Even though most people don’t mind using the plastic ones
that branded liquid soap comes in, they aren’t known to enhance your bathroom décor
in any way and may even throw a carefully planned bathroom scheme off completely.
Here are some cool soap dispenser ideas for carefully planned out bathrooms.
1. Elefoam by Chiaki
The Elefoam soap dispenser by Japanese designer Chiaki
Murata is a handsfree, sensor operated soap dispenser that eliminates the risk
of cross contamination.
Bathroom renovations and redesigns can be rather exciting
though picking the perfect mirror can be rather painful and confusing too. However,
these classy and exciting bathroom mirror ideas can make these choices much
easier for you.
1. Oriana Modern
Frameless Bathroom Mirror
The frame-less Oriana bathroom mirror is crafted to give a
luxury feel to your bathroom without hogging too much space in there.
Basements have long been favored as laundry rooms and
storage spaces. However, of late, the trend has swung towards turning basement
spaces into gym rooms, bedroom suites and even luxury bathrooms. The reason why
creating a bathroom in the basement is a good idea is because you get a lot
more space to use and you can create a dream bathroom without taking the space
away from an existing upstairs bedroom. Here are some cool ideas that you can
use when creating a basement bathroom.