Essential Tips for an Elegant Bathroom Design
If you’re thinking of remodeling your bathroom, consider adding elements of comfort and elegance. Transform your cold, dreary bath into your own personal sanctuary.
Read below about the leading choices for luxury and convenient bathrooms. Decide what you could do to really transform your bathroom from a utilitarian stop-off spot to a tranquil, elegant retreat.
Custom cabinetry is designed to provide maximum storage, eye-appeal, and convenience. Tall cabinets on either side of the sink area, offers eye-level storage for bathroom necessities. A small bathroom will look larger with mirrored walls or cabinet doors. For a really elegant look, have the mirrors framed in gold or silver leaf frames. Both artificial light and natural light will be reflected and the room will be brighter.
The Bathroom Sink
The elegant bathroom you’re designing will definitely need two sinks. You can place them next to each other on a long countertop set atop a beautiful cabinet; or, block out a place on each side of the room for a single sink. Each person will be able to use their sink without rubbing elbows.
For a really luxurious feel, bring a piece of furniture into the bathroom. A tall armoire or chest can hold towels and bathroom necessities. A bench or lounge chair provides a spot to relax. Any woman would love a real dressing table in the bathroom.
By all means, get rid of that yellowed fan- heater-overhead light that’s hanging in the middle of your bathroom. A very simple device that can add mood to your bathroom is a dimmer switch. The dimmer switch is perfect for late-night relaxing baths.
Get rid of the large wall-size frameless mirror over your sink and replace it with a beautifully framed mirror. Choose frame molding to enhance your space.
Beautiful fabrics on furniture and windows give a really elegant look. Elaborate window treatments and upholstery are finding their way into this private retreat. Traditional shower curtains, a perfect place to showcase beautiful fabric, are being replaced by glass shower doors and walk-in shower stalls.