Trends in bathroom furnishings and fixtures change constantly, but many styles simply never go out of date. We look into different bathroom sections and the most winning designs and styles that you can use for your own suites, whether designing for a family bathroom or your own personal haven of comfort. The bathroom is one of the most important spaces in the home where you spend most of your time caring for and pampering your body. This said, it is only fitting that you put great thought into its design and concept.
One of the most attractive parts of a bathroom design is cabinetry and many designers and homeowners prefer cabinet styles that resemble actual home furniture. Common designs feature legs, open shelves, and in-built vanities that resemble classic vintage dressers for showcasing toilet and bathroom essentials like towels and toiletries. Others still, prefer sleek cabinets that are more modern in style to avoid ornate panels that are harder to clean and maintain. Well-placed, open shelving provides additional storage space and acts as an aesthetically pleasing and versatile addition to any bathroom, including those with limited space.
Freestanding vanities, on the other hand, make great additions for half baths and powder rooms. They are practical fixtures that can truly help you make a statement, especially when you choose customizable options or antique-looking pieces to create contrast against your modern space. Even your medicine cabinet can be used as a statement-maker in your bathroom. Functional designs are still very common, but today's options are even more versatile and able to hold things other than your typical medicine cabinet staples. Some designs are even deep enough to store small plug-in appliances.
No matter how large or small your bathroom cabinetry is, there always seems to be a shortage of storage space in the bathroom. If you simply cannot forgo the things you put in the bathroom, it is best to get space-saving storage accessories that will not only help you save what little space you can, but also keep your space organized. Storage accessories like drawer dividers and pullout organizers are great for stowing away toiletries linens, and other bathroom essentials that you will need for future use. Installing double-vanities can also be a good direction to take if you want extra storage and additional personal space. Installing a cabinet between the double vanities or between the sinks is a great remedy for this.
Whatever type of bathroom you may have, deciding on the best design and style that will work with your space and your lifestyle is easy if you know where to look for high quality fixtures and suites to use for your own bathroom space.
About The Author:
This article is written by Giles Lever, who is the MD of Livinghouse. Livinghouse is one of the UK's leading luxury bathroom and bath fittings suppliers. They have a wide range of luxury bathroom suites, designer bathroom furniture, modern bathroom electrical fittings, steam room shower generators, wet room drains and a much more. In past two decades, they have successfully led the market with their unique collection of contemporary bathroom design.