By BiSmiLlahmyriadlit. Bathroom. At Sunday, September 30th 2018, 20:38:47 PM.
Almost always, the bath is the centre piece attraction of the traditional bathroom. A free-standing roll-top or slipper bath sits proudly on a dark polished floor, and only if going for a traditional continental style bathroom will an inset or sunken tub hold appeal. Either a wall-mounted faucet or a free-standing one looks classy. Deep ridges and curved angles are what makes the traditional sanitary ware what it is - bold and masculine.
Most often the confusions arise while listing and advertising the number of bathrooms in real estate listings. Another complication arises in the case of notations of bathrooms during the listing procedure. There are several methods devised for noting the number and sizes of bathrooms within a house. Among these, there are two which are currently available and most common. One method is counting a half restroom in decimal figures, for example as 0.5. Another comparatively recent method has evolved which shows the number of full bathrooms on the left side of the decimal and half bathrooms on the other side. An illustration of this is 2.1, where it indicates that there are two full bathrooms and one half restroom. Such designations make restroom remodeling comparatively easier.
When decorating a traditional bathroom both soft tones and bold colours can work well. Strong tones of browns, maroons and greens give a nice warmth to the room, but be sure the bathroom is well lit, maybe with a lavish chandelier. With the right colours, antique gold can look better than chrome. Go for curtains, never blinds. If going for a vanity unit rather than a traditional basin and pedestal, choose an oak or cherry finish; or the white Cynk vanity unit is a good look with traditional baths and toilets.