By Modestine Cerise. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 01:42:23 AM.
Recycling, reusing and renewing is a growing trend. Using reclaimed furniture, even in the bathroom, is gaining in popularity as people look to add more charm and character to their living spaces.
If a low-maintenance bath is high on your list of priorities, choose easy-to-clean finishes and fixtures, such as undermounted sinks, flat-front cabinet doors that won’t collect dust and vanities that mount to the wall, leaving the floor accessible underneath for easy sweeping and mopping.
For powder rooms, balance the need for privacy with the need for easy access to the half bath from any public space in the home (e.g., down a short hall instead of adjacent to a dining room or living room). If you enjoy outdoor activities like gardening or have children at home, consider placing the powder room close to an outdoor entrance to limit the amount of mud and dirt tracked indoors.
Special appliances, such as heated towel racks or bidet toilets, may require electrical wiring, so be sure to tell your designer or architect if you’d like to include these in your dream bathroom.
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