By Lissette Villette. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, May 09th, 2019 - 17:57:46 PM.
In most bathrooms the ability to get ready for your day and have enough space to move around can often be a challenge. Your bathtub and shower area can often be an area that is forgotten when considering space saving, and utilizing a shower curtain can save valuable space. Shower curtains are versatile, can change with your decor and don’t require a lot of space to open and close a shower door. If you have been trying to find more space and make your bathroom look larger, consider a shower curtain with these helpful ideas.
3. You could store bath toys on a built-in ledge on the tub surround. Benefits of this storage system are pragmatic – the toys are also given plenty of air space to dry out after a bath, and if they do leak water, it goes straight into the tub. Also, children are given easy access to the toys before and after bathtime, so they can choose their favorites and help put them away. And bonus: This method requires a finite number, so your bathroom won’t be overrun with entire flocks of rubber ducks!
Another reason why freestanding bathtubs are very appreciated is that they allow you create a more airy and open décor and to highlight and beauty of your bathroom instead of its small dimensions. Your bathroom would be airy, spacious and open whole still having a cohesive design. To ensure that happens, you should be extra careful when choosing the colors and finishes. Sometimes people want to recreate in their home the atmosphere and décor they’ve admired in their travels so they choose a freestanding bathtub in their bathroom in order to create that spa-like feeling. The tub also stands out and creates a focal points so it’s also an artistic choice.
Most powder rooms will be short on space and have enough room for a toilet and wash hand basin only. Toilets don’t vary very much but by introducing a non-standard basin into your room’s design you can set the tone for the rest of the decor. If you find the right hand basin, that suits your tastes, it will be a good starting point for the rest of the design. White porcelain hand basins are perfectly fine, but they are ubiquitous. Consider another material instead. Wood, plastics and brushed metal are all very good alternatives. And if you decide that you want to stick to the classic porcelain basin, why not go for a more unusual shape to make it a bit more of a feature?
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