There are many avenues open to you when looking to find the best bathroom suite for your bathroom. You can browse through the magazines that come through your door, you can watch the infomercials on television, go to the showrooms or look on the internet. There is a series of that just seem outstanding. Here they go:
How to create eco–bathroom walls
Due to the destructive qualities of water and condensation, walls in the bathroom must be scrupulously protected. A cheap quick–fix is to coat all surfaces with thick gloss paint, but this will fill the space with high levels of VOCs that off–gas toxic residues and lead to breathing problems and allergic reactions. In addition, paint only protects a surface for a short time before it starts to peel and crack.
It is ready! The 4th of our set of inspirational bathrooms that we picked from around the world. Take a look at these spectacular bathrooms. You will love them!
Bringing more and more green into the bathroom definitely seems to be a trend these days:
It’s exciting to think about remodeling a bathroom and creating a mini-spa for your own home bathroom design. For contemporary fans, Sonia’s Atic line provides a good balance of minimal furnishings while providing a flair for the decorative eye. There are three design patterns in the Atic line that range from super contemporary (with bright colors), arty (with a message), and floral (with a floral/plant pattern). These choices provide a variety of options and yet maintain the overall minimal theme. Via.
Want to see what modern bathroom design is supposed to look like, Mastella of Italy can give us all some decorating ideas. Sure the bathrooms themselves are much more spacious than the average floor plan calls for so just focus on the vanities, cabinets, sinks, mirrors, and bath tubs that I am sure will look great in you bathroom regardless of size.
The cascading concept of this super cool sink was inspired by the waterfalls of the Swedish National Park Abisko and unlike traditional sinks includes no visual plumbing to spoil the look.
The bathroom is one room of the house where there are so many products that we as consumers never see. A large challenge is the high cost for retailers to showcase their products in expensive showrooms. Now the web must provide other means of connecting people interested in designing or remodeling a bathroom, to information on products. Here are a few of them:
Looking for bathroom furnishings is great fun since that room can really be creative in its color choices. I found this soft blue vanity from NeaBath that I really enjoy. This is a fun shade of blue and one that would be great to coordinate with towels, rugs, and shower curtains. This piece is called “Wave” and gets its name from the gentle curves of its shape. Wave offers elegance and a bit of flair due to its shape. In these types of models you do sacrifice some storage space since the vanity does not go all the way to the ground, but it also creates a more open feel for the bathroom furnishings in the room. More information: here.
Here is a great looking corner garden tub and whirlpool from Jacuzzi. The product, called Aquasoul, is a great fit for a corner space in a bathroom. From writing about bathrooms all the time and seeing what is out in the market, there just seems to be less offerings in the corner variety.
These fantastic waterfall bathtubs by KÄSCH are inspired by the sounds of nature. In particular, the waterfall is a harmonious sound known to entrance people by helping them relax.