It’s not pleasant waking up to the sound of someone slamming bathroom drawers and cupboard doors early in the morning while hurriedly trying to get ready and race out the door. Nor is the sharp, shooting pain you feel after slamming your fingers in these
Depending on the size and style of a bathroom, a pendant light or chandelier can make it feel palatial. The right fixture can make a statement and set the tone for the bathroom's design. Shop this bathroom's perfect fixture match.
The tanks from these toilets are stored behind the wall, saving all that space they usually take up in a room. These inches play an important role because there are requirements for how much space there should be in front of and around the commode.
The half-wet room (see below) is a strategy that’s easier to live with. The tub and shower are combined in the same area where the water is contained. This saves on the footprint required for a full bath with tub and separate shower, and the
By extending the counter over the back of the toilet you gain more surface for a box of tissues, an orchid or other items you want to keep handy. With its location right next to the shower, as you see here, it can also serve
If you wish to enhance the mood of your bathroom, line the base of your vanity or medicine cabinet with LED strip lighting, which can also double as a nightlight when you need to use your bathroom late at night or early in the morning,
This contemporary bathroom is spacious and gorgeous. But what I really love is the thoughtful idea of covering the medicine cabinet door with a piece of grainy walnut that complements the floating vanity to add just the right additional scoop of warmth.
It’s amazing how upbeat a bathroom becomes with the addition of a lively wallpaper. Here, an ocean-inspired print perks up a small bungalow bathroom in a way that even the most vibrant paint job couldn’t.
Smart design decisions can make the difference between fitting the toilet, the sink, and the shower into your existing bathroom or having to expand.
If you’re not a fan of wall-mounted faucets but are short on counter depth, see if you can place the faucet to the side of the sink. This will save you from having to expand the counter to accommodate the faucet behind the sink.