The key to a beautiful countertop is to love everything that's visible, no matter how functional. Whether hung or out on the counter, keep hand towels in a tri-fold. Find a soap dispenser that you love. If you keep makeup brushes, cotton balls, or Q-tips out on the counter, put them in pretty containers. Glass jars and canisters are game changers. Here's where we can have fun! Plants, candles, jewelry dishes, and vases with bare twigs are all on the list. Or add art. (We love the boldness of this skull above.) So get creative! Maybe you want to install a branch on the wall instead of in a vase. You'll see I've used this trick all around the bathroom. Stacking a soap dish on top of a folded face towel on the concrete trivet, placing several items on a towel on the bath shelf, and even simply placing one towel on top of another on the edge of the bath.
Here are more ways to add bathroom design elegance and sophistication to your new bath. The Bathroom Sink, the elegant bathroom you're designing will definitely need two sinks. You can place them next to each other on a long countertop set atop a beautiful cabinet. Or block out a place on each side of the room for a single sink. Each person will be able to use their sink without rubbing elbows. Some redesigned bathrooms have the sink in front of a window to take advantage of the natural light. The traditional mirror is found, framed, on another wall. With extra floor space, you might select two elegant pedestal sinks in either traditional or contemporary designs. Using pedestal sinks will make the room more open, but not provide storage space. So be sure to have cabinets handy.
Showerheads, toilets, and faucets have all become more water-efficient in recent years, thanks to the Environmental Protection Agency's voluntary WaterSense program, which labels products that are 20 percent more efficient than federal standards. Our tests have found many WaterSense winners, including low-flow showerheads that deliver a satisfying pulse while meeting the flow rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. “You can even have a rain showerhead these days that's low-flow,” says Petrie. As for toilets, several WaterSense-qualified models that use just 1.28 gallons per flush make the recommended list of our latest toilet Ratings. That could save the average family of four 16,000 gallons of water and more than $100 per year if they're replacing older, inefficient toilets, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Choosing a faucet with an aerator can reduce the water flow in your bathroom sink by 30 percent or more.
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