Published at Sunday, October 07th 2018, 21:25:42 PM by Rachelle Quint. Bathroom. Bathroom trends are turning more towards Asian styles and designs in the bathroom. Bamboo flooring, cherry blossom tiles and Japanese style sliding privacy doors are all great ways to decorate your bathroom. Asian flavor can provide your bathroom ideas with a touch of class without having to cost you a fortune.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:56 AM. Bathroom By Olivier Delafosse. Country is a rustic style that looks great in large bathroom. Wicker furniture and cheerful colors give a powerful charge of joy and optimism. Retro style allows us to give the bathroom a raid antiquity, which is necessary to keep in everything: in the decoration of the room and picked up furniture. And don't forget about floor.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:41 AM. Bathroom By Nathan Lazard. The latest trend in bathroom remodeling ideas is wall to wall bathroom rugs, which I think smarten up the look of bathrooms enormously. They won't go with an ultra-modern design, but apart from that they will make any bathroom look more luxurious and stylish. Make sure you buy Olefin bathroom wall to wall rugs, because this is the least absorbent material and it's also non-fading, mildew-resistant and machine washable.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:39 AM. Bathroom By Olivier Delafosse. Slips and falls are the most common accidents that happen in the bathroom. Prevent slips and falls by putting slip resistant mats or strips on the bathroom floor in areas that can get wet such as in and around the bathtub and in and around the shower.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:36 AM. Bathroom By Nathan Lazard. For the sanitary ware go with wall-hung or standard close-coupled toilet and basin with pedestal with acute angles and a contemporary design. Abstract towel rails and wenge wall-hung furniture fit well in the fantasy bathroom, giving it that calm almost surreal look.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:33 AM. Bathroom By Romaine Bonhomme. Design Layout First and foremost one should work out what style you desire your Bathroom to be. Is it to be a Classic Bathroom, Elegant Bathroom, Modern Bathroom? These are questions that one should ask themselves and then come to a decision and stick with that decision. The layout of a proposed Bathroom is important and it must have correct flow lines to give it a desirable effect. The layout starts from when you walk in through the Bathroom door, imagine how it will look and follow your line of sight to place your fixtures and fittings in a balanced way. Play with different layouts until a simple but effective result transpires. With a bit of effort you can truly redesign your bathroom to exactly how you want it. One should study various designs and ideas in magazines and try them in your bathroom space.But remember simplicity in function and design is the key. Then come to a conclusion on what it is that you want and need in your Bathroom.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:31 AM. Bathroom By Rachelle Quint. Unusual Bathroom Organizers: There are a few unusual, and helpful, bathroom organizers that can really make a difference in the space. It's often hard to organize the bulky, awkward items in the bathroom. A wall hairdryer holder is a fantastic item that keeps the hairdryer out of the way, and yet readily accessible. Another must-have bathroom organization tool is a toilet paper storage holder. These holders usually keep up to four of five extra rolls of toilet paper readily accessible. They ensure that you don't have rolls of toilet paper lying around on the bathroom floor or in the bathroom cabinet, and they make it easy to access what you need - when you need it.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 10:24:29 AM. Bathroom By Olivier Delafosse. The Traditional bathroom can mean either traditional in terms of Edwardian or Victorian style, or in respect to a standard white bathroom with basic sanitary ware and bath. Here, we'll be looking at the style of bathroom design where it all started. The Edwardian bathroom.