By BiSmiLlahmyriadlit. Bathroom. At Monday, September 24th 2018, 00:27:48 AM.
Surplus Supplies: Many people stock up on deodorant, shampoo and other supplies when they do a large shopping. These items clog up the usable space in the bathroom and make it very difficult to keep the bathroom storage space organized. One important way to create better bathroom organization is to remove these items from the bathroom altogether, or at least to contain them. Purchase a large storage container and label it clearly to say "bathroom surplus" or another similar title. Then, place all of your extras in this container, and keep it with your other storage items. If you don't have storage space, then keep it in the bathroom, but place it directly under the sink and make sure that all surplus supplies continue to be placed together, in this designated container.
The Zen theme is a great bathroom remodeling scheme. This type of theme focuses on balance and nature. It should be painted and designed in neutral and calming colors. It should be thrift, yet elegant. Implementing accessories like candles and wicker baskets are quite appropriate when it comes to the Zen bathroom. Using products like bamboo towel racks and toilet paper holders, scented satchels around the bathtub areas, and an arrangement of tropical plants are all fluid when it comes to this type of bathroom theme. Having a water resistant CD player that plays soothing sounds of nature will add to the effect of this bathroom remodeling theme.
This is called a half bathroom. It is built in such a way that it contains only a toilet and sink. Another category of restroom is called the Three fourth restroom. In this type, a toilet along with sink and shower is provided. However, these terms and designations are not strictly applied to these types of bathroom constructions. In fact, the terms used for different bathroom remodeling types vary from market to market. For instance, there are some markets in the United States where the term full bath is used for a toilet, sink, and shower. Not having uniformity in use of terms and definitions for various bathroom types has led to confusion and discrepancies in advertised and actual bathrooms.