Get away from the traditional bathroom look once the New Year has swung into place. Updating your bathroom's look for 2013 will give you a refreshed way of enjoying the room in your house where you ought to feel most indulged. There are plenty of novel approaches to take with contemporary bathroom design. From a complete refit of your bathing suite to the addition of some well chosen accessories, a January makeover for your bathroom should be one of your New Year's resolutions. If you like a long walk through the woods during the winter months, or enjoy the outdoors with some sporting activity that mean you get muddy, why not makeover your bathroom with a deep chocolate tone to give it a new look? Avoid traditional blues and whites. Go for creams and beige surfaces as well as muddy browns for a novel approach to your usual color palette. Large wall and floor tiles, that present an even a coffee hue, look great set off against brilliant white grouting. Brown bathrooms are ideal to clean up in, once you get home after a muddy workout.
If you are pushed for space in your home’s smallest room, install some storage units on the wall above your toilet. Shelving units, placed one over the next, are the simplest idea. However, a simple closet, which you can close the door on, will hide away any untidiness. Sinks and basins, that are recessed into a counter top, are quite commonplace and look just as good in a kitchen as they do in the smallest room. However, if you have sufficient space, why not go for a product that is both a counter top and a basin in one, a sort of shelf sink. These units give a very clean line that is pleasing to the eye and are easy to keep clean.
Fabulous free-standing bathtubs and compact fixtures for small spaces were among the stand-out bathroom trends on display at IDS 2017 in Toronto. we searched out the coolest new fixtures and designs for you and your next bathroom renovation. Freestanding tubs have become very popular in the past few years and the trend shows no signs of slowing down based on the offerings shown at IDS2017. Designers are presenting new finishes and shapes, as well as down-sized versions of luxurious tubs for smaller bathrooms. Native Trails showed this spectacular Santorini soaking tub, which is forged from high-quality recycled copper. Master copper smiths spend weeks crafting the textured finish with thousands of hammer strikes.
DXV showed this novel all-in-one shower room. The set up includes dual rainfall showers, a mirror, bench, and a sink. It’s an efficient use of space and could even speed up your morning routine. With Zitta’s new free-standing round shower, it‘s possible to install it anywhere in the bathroom. The drain and the water lines connect straight to the floor and do not need a wall for installation. Wet Style of Canada's zero clearance shower is convenient for everyone. The fold-down seat is also really useful because it doesn’t take up space when not in use. Wet Style also has a bathroom design that makes the most of space in a stylish way. The offset vanity, thin wall shelf and moveable storage bench add lots of function. Whether you‘re about to launch a bathroom renovation or are just thinking about it, there are plenty of new designs and innovations to consider. Big space or small, it’s possible to have a luxurious, functional and stylish bathroom.
An interesting combination is also featured here where the two rectangular sinks are complemented by round mirrors. The design of the faucets creates a smooth transition between these. A double sink vanity top can basically occupy an entire wall in a bathroom. The sinks can occupy most of the space and there can still be some counter space left to serve as a display platform or a place to store toiletries. If the mirrors of the two sinks light up there`s really no need for wall sconces. Instead, you can opt for a pendant lamp in the bathroom or even for a stylish little chandelier that matches the interior design. This looks like a really comfortable duo. The vanity has two sinks spaced out on the sides,two large storage compartments underneath them and two drawers in between. The counter matches the wall in front of the vanity but that‘s just an example of how you can achieve cohesion.
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