Bathroom. Wednesday , January 31st , 2018 - 12:05:32 PM
To gain more space in the bathroom replace your big vanity with a small pedestal sink. You can add more shelves in other parts of the room. A pedestal sink will take up less space and make your bathroom look bigger than before. Avoid filling up expanded space with items you will not use. Do you really need that many different shampoos? You should only need a small amount of space for these products like the top of the toilet or built in shelves.
5) Brassware. Brassware is perfect for upgrading understated baths or vanities. The current trend is for brass accents and large brass showerheads, but remember that this type of material spots easily so it will require constant cleaning. Before purchasing brass for your bathroom you should do your research. Each type of brass is rated differently for hard water durability and wear, and there are many varieties to choose from.
While many bathrooms have laminate or solid surface countertops, tiles of all shapes and styles are the pick of the day. For any variety of looks and durability, choose glass, ceramic, stone or metal tiles. You can also scatter hand painted or embossed tiles at intervals on a wall to create texture and color. At present, bathroom taps for sinks and showers come in a variety of shapes, materials and designs to choose from. Although they look expensive, they fit most bathroom budgets. The popular bathroom budget taps are made of steel while some look elegant with ceramic knobs. If your bathroom is small and you want to save on space and money opt for a bathtub fitted with shower instead of separate shower cubicle.
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