Replacement is as simple as unscrewing or popping off the old hardware and adding a new one. To keep this project quick and easy be sure you are replacing old hardware with similarly sized screw hole spacing especially on bar style drawer pulls that require to screws. It’ll mean less holes to make (and hide) in the cabinets and walls.
A bath mat or area rug can infuse color into the space and also has a functional purpose in bathrooms that include a tub or shower. Choose a color that ties into with the rest of your accent shades for a truly cohesive look.
You’ll thank yourself later for using finishes that are low maintenance and easy to keep clean. In that regard choose quartz instead of marble and make sure glass shower doors are treated with anti-spotting agents. In terms of fixtures you’ll want high-quality construction like all-brass parts and a PVD finish that will resist scratches.
Vibrancy and elegance mix together to result in a dynamic and refreshing bathroom design in the example above. Marble details modern design lines and sleek furnishings make this Trousdale home‘s master bathroom look inviting while the giant windows flood the space with sunshine. Who doesn’t love sunshine in the bathroom?
If your bathroom is small and you want to make it more functional use creativity when it comes to the layout. Luscious materials like marble can upgrade the feel of even a compact bathroom details can shape a modern space and you will be glad to have invested in a fabulous material with a wide range of applications.
A marble bathroom separated from the bedroom by only a glass wall is not for everyone. Many people feel that privacy lacks in these spaces but they have the power to undress you of preconceptions. This beautifully lit marble bathroom in this Lake House designed by architect Igor Sirotov serves as inspiration for those who prefer an open contemporary design.