Another design option can be a vertical tower or shelving niche. in here you can organize your toiletries and accessories or you can use the shelves for a few stylish decorations such as a small planter or a sculpture. You can fit both open and closed storage under the sink and even afford to have a wall-mounted vanity that makes the room appear larger. This is a really great design idea which can suit a lot of small bathrooms or powder rooms. If you opt for a washbasin instead of a sink the design of the bathroom is simplified. Continue on the same note and put a simple open shelf instead of a bulky vanity. A large bathroom counter can provide additional storage for commonly used products and items and a horizontal niche under the sink can be perfect for keeping extra towels ready.
To get the vintage rest room look, use an old piece of bedroom furniture. A distressed and antique looking chest of drawers makes for a great powder room storage unit. Either cut the back away so you can run pipe work through it or cut a hole in the top to recess your wash basin. Another classic counter top look, that evokes vintage charm, is to opt for a slab of marble, set against decorative tiling. It is not for everyone, but a cozy rest room is made into an inviting place by giving it the additional function of an occasional library. A single shelf with a couple of magazines and easy reading books is enough, but if you like the idea, why not make it a mini reading room?
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.
This bathroom is really well organized, featuring a large shower enclosure with a black frame and tempered glass panels and a tiled floor while the rest of the space has wood on the floor and brightly-colored furniture and accessories. The beauty of this small bathroom stands in its simplicity. The black frame of the walk in shower matches the frame around the large wall mirror as well as the hardware and fixtures that complete the decor. Once again, the black frames that complement the glass shower panels match the hardware and fixtures and the result is a clean and elegant contrast and an interesting play of dark and light tones. Sometimes even when the contrasts of colors are strong, they become less striking when the colors and materials are more diverse. This spacious bathroom is a wonderful example. It features a green living wall and a wooden floor.
The two sinks that you want to put in your bathroom can either be a part of the same vanity or two completely independent features. A double sink vanity can look something like this: with two matching faucets and a space at the center for toiletries. If you choose to have two sinks with two separate vanities, their designs don't have to look alike. You can pair matching sinks with different-looking vanities that suit each person's storage needs. Double sink vanity mirrors come in a variety of styles and forms.
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