In every room or particular area of the house there’s one element or furniture piece which stands out from the rest and which dictates the way everything else is placed and oriented. In the bathroom that element is usually the bathtub. Its central role is due to its size but also its function and the ambiance that revolves around it. Bathtubs come in numerous different styles shapes sizes colors finishes and they can also be made of various different materials. Each type is special and inspiring in its own way.
After the amazing success and impact of the Hammock Tub Splinter Works decided to also design a freestanding version of their flagship carbon fiber tub. That’s how the Vessel series came to be. It’s comprised of a sculptural and very edgy tub and a similarly exquisite washbasin.
When it doubt add a plant. If you have a window in your white bathroom opt for a living leafy thing but if not there are plenty of planty options that look like the real thing without needing water or light.
These are the Toio and Bobo freestanding washbasins from Eto. They’re graceful and elegant without adopting a very thin silhouette. They’re capable both of standing out and of blending in. Their minimalism gives them character and makes them extra charming. The designs are a harmonious blend of grace and uncomplicated charm.
How about a little bit of drama in the bathroom? The Moloco is both a sink and a sculpture and we can’t decide which function suits it better. Some well-placed ambient lighting can enhance the design even more and even give it a dramatic allure. Paired with the right fixture it can look amazing.
One contractor in NYC estimates the cost of moving the toilet over just one foot for example to be about $1000. If you can get away with installing an offset flange and buy yourself a few inches for that double vanity it will only cost you $10. These are tips that a professional can certainly help you with.