Install a drop-in or hand-painted sink into a free-standing cabinet or chest. It will look like a separate piece of furniture. Or drop a custom-designed sink into a marble or solid-surface countertop for an elegant look. The newest look in bathroom sinks shows a large bowl mounted on the top of a bathroom counter. Artists and designers are using all sorts of material, such as marble, hand-blown glass, gold-leafed glass, or shiny metals. Before selecting a sink of this design, be sure that the height will be convenient to use and that the bowl will be safe. Lighting, by all means, get rid of that yellowed fan- heater-overhead light that's hanging in the middle of your bathroom. Lighting for a redesigned bathroom (and other rooms, as well) is more directed at work areas. Soft light for a soaking bath can be achieved with a wall dimmer connected to any lighting. Choose some beautiful wall sconces for either side of the mirror, a sparkling chandelier for overhead, or place a small table lamp on the counter or dressing table area.
You obviously need towels and, most often, they'll be laying out—so they might as well be pretty! New towels or not, take your bath towel and fold it into thirds (vertically) and drape over the side of the tub. A basket or stool to store and display extra towels is always a great touch. It sounds silly, but there's actually a lot you can do to pretty up a bathtub or shower. Drape fresh eucalyptus over the showerhead for some added greenery and an aroma-therapeutic shower experience. Hate your shower floor? Cover it with a teak slat floor tile. Want to add some luxury to your bathtub? Add a tub tray for leisurely tea drinking and book reading. The main goal: Keep it tidy! The simpler the better. Soap, shampoo, conditioner, a razor, and face wash are all you really need.
And you don't have to worry about ending up with an institutional look. Many universal design features are now part of mainstream bathroom design. For example, the larger shower stall that's in favor today offers easy access and universal use, provided it has a zero-threshold and a built-in seating platform. “The bench is also a nice place for an able-bodied women to sit and shave her legs,” says Cheetham. Regarding toilets, so-called comfort-height models that are easier to get on and off of are now just as common as standard-height models. Even grab bars have enjoyed a design upgrade; many now match towel bars and other accessories. And they're not just for the elderly. Grab bars make it easier for pregnant women or young children to get in and out of the bathtub.
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