For something so disproportionately small in the bathroom’s grand scheme of things fixtures and hardware are so important for providing that chic finishing touch on the entire space. And truly the cost is not that much for such a major impact. In fact if you did nothing more than replace an old sink faucet your entire bathroom would look significantly better.
How do you add color to your bathroom without actually deviating from your white color palette? One word mirrors. Mirrors will reflect light in a silvery glow and maybe even cast rainbows in the sunshine without actually bringing color to your space.
Similarly this free-standing Zitta bathtub features a matte black finish that matches the shower frame. Whether for fixtures or hardware matte black is becoming a big thing in kitchens and bathrooms. Its versatility and quiet sophistication mean that it works with many styles and can be used as an accent or a major design theme. Either way designers say more clients are requesting matte black elements.
Bottles aren’t the only things you can bring out of storage. Fill a basket with towels. Add a tray in the tub for bath necessities. And don’t forget to add a couple candles for relaxing bath night.
Tiling the shower/tub surround. There are so many tile options available these days you’re sure to find something you like. We especially like the idea of taking a classic such as subway tile and giving it a modern twist laying the tiles vertically for example or in a herringbone pattern.
Doing your research and finding the materials that will work for the longest amount of time and provide the safest and most functional environment will save you lots of money and frustration over time. Even if these products cost a little more upfront consider it a cost-savings when looking long-term because what this bathroom remodel cost won’t have to be duplicated with replacement a year or two down the road.