By Yves Florence. Bathroom Design. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 08:32:06 AM.
This mirror does not have a frame, but it does some some metallic mounting hardware that allows you to fix it on the wall in the spot you choose. Its design is simple and contemporary, the only distinctive feature being the curved top that is further embellished by two carved lines. The glass used for making this mirror is pretty thick (0.18″), so it is quite heavy – make sure you fix it properly. It also has a double coated silver backing with seamed edges and that makes it even more beautiful. You can use it in any room , but it looks better in the bathroom, hallway or living room.
What if you’re decorating your home with the cooler tones? Will brown wood tile be too warm for the bathroom? Maybe. To be safe, choose a wood tile for your shower that leans on the gray side. You’ll still get that lovely wooden texture look without your shower seeming out of place.
Don’t let your wood tile shop at the shower. When you have a tiled floor, it makes sense that you would carry some of those honeyed brown shades from the wall all the way under your feet. It will make your bathroom’s shower look like a nook, tucked away where no one will bother you.
In what is actually a blast from the past, one of the new bathroom trends is hanging chairs. Originally popular in the 1960’s, these egg-shaped seats can hang from the ceiling, or from a stand as in this bathroom. Their resurgence is likely due to their organic feel, and cozy, nest-like seat. The feeling of being nestled is perfect for a bathroom retreat.
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