Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your own bathroom remodel or simply enjoy seeing different toilet styles, you’ll likely find many ideas that resonate with your aesthetic in this section. From claw foot tubs to glass showers, antique vanities to contemporary fixtures, mosaic tile to gilded mirrors – it’s all here in Homedit’s Bathroom-related articles.

5 Bathrooms For Two With Large Mirrors

Shared bathrooms by nature usually require more space than regular ones. The simple fact that it’s a space for two means that you have to include double sinks and to add more storage space. This means that you’ll either need a large bathroom or that you have to find solutions to make it feel more spacious. If the space is limited there are tricks you can use to change that impression.

Contemporary bathroom for two with two symmetrical mirrors and washbasins

Mirrors are amazing things. They are among the most versatile décor elements you can find and their double function makes them perfect for almost any space. In the bathroom, mirrors are a must-have. In the case of shared bathrooms or bathrooms for two, you have to have two mirrors as well. The alternative would be to opt for a larger mirror that connects the two sinks and that can be simultaneously used by two persons.


Floating sink cabinet designs for the bathroom

Floating sink cabinets are wonderful for all types of bathrooms. In a small bathroom they manage to maintain an airy look by allowing the space underneath the cabinet to remain unoccupied. In a larger bathroom they enhance the spaciousness of the décor and make it seem less cluttered. Floating sink cabinets usually have modern designs.This means that they feature clean and simple designs with lean lines and clear angles, without unnecessary decorations and with minimalist structures.

Spacious master bathroom with a double floating sink cabinet and matching mirrors

Not only that this further contributes to an overall airy and spacious interior décor but it’s also a design suitable for spaces such as the bathroom where the focus should be on functionality. And since we were talking about airy decors, most sink cabinets are usually complemented by wall mirrors.


Add Style To Your Bathroom Without Breaking The Budget

It comes a time when you feel like your bathroom needs a makeover. But when you think about all the items you have to buy and how much they all cost, you end up postponing the renovation and having to live with the same old bathroom décor. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are plenty of things you can do to make your bathroom look more appealing without spending too much money. Here are some tips.

Add a decorative border.

One simple way of adding some pattern and color to your bathroom is to opt for a decorative border. It will break the monotony of a plain background and will create a subtle and elegant focal point. You can place the border at any level you want and try to create all sorts of interesting contrasts.For example, this tiny bathroom has a simple décor. It’s also been functionally designed, with everything close at hand. Besides the blue sink cabinet, there wasn’t much to look at. The decorative border then added a new point of interest.


Small bathrooms with clever storage spaces

In a small bathroom there’s not a lot of room for storage. It’s why you need to get creative and to come up with ingenious ideas. Whether it’s a strategically placed shelf, a small storage cabinet squeezed in a corner or a wall-mounted unit, the important thing is to make sure the room doesn’t become cluttered. The five bathrooms we have selected as examples might be small but they surely don’t lack storage space.

In this bathroom, the solution for saving space was to have a narrow shower with a transparent glass wall, a sink cabinet with integrated storage compartments and a matching wall-mounted cabinet above the toilet. To maintain a simple, airy look, the bathroom has a lovely white and beige colour palette.


Stunning winter views enjoyed from the bathtub

Since winter is ready to come with full force soon, here’s something beautiful to think about that will make it seem less scary. Imagine yourself taking a nice warm bath and having a large window to your side with amazing views. You’ll see everything else being covered in snow and freezing while you’ll be relaxing and enjoying the warmth of your home. We have prepared a few wonderful bathtub views to get you inspired.

A ground floor bathroom with a large window and a tub right next to it is an image you could dream about. The contrast between the cold winter views showcasing the trees covered in snow and all the whiteness and the warm and relaxing bathtub waiting for you is amazing. However, there is also coherence between these spaces as they both seem serene and simple.


Sophisticated Shower Curtains

I am constantly amazed at the aesthetics of some bathrooms, powder rooms, washrooms, whatever you choose to call them. It’s fantastic that a room whose purpose is typically so pragmatic and functional can be made into a relaxing retreat, of sorts. Recently, I’ve stumbled across some bathrooms that have something in common: super stylish shower swag. (Which shouldn’t shock you, having read the title of this article, and all…) Look at these beauties:

The classiness factor is out of this world in this washroom. I mean, look at the capiz chandelier, modern countertop dual sinks, and leaning narrow mirror…an elegant ceiling-to-floor shower curtain just makes sense among this crowd. I like how the curtain is emphasized not only by chic form but also by being a bolder version of blue than exists in the rest of the sleek space.


Choosing the right bathtub for a small bathroom

The bathroom is one of those spaces where you want everything to be organized, clean and airy. It’s not that easy to achieve that when you have very little space to begin with. In such cases, you have to know how to use the space you have available, how to maximize it and how to cleverly decorate it. One way of saving a considerable amount of space is to opt for a small bathtub.

Narrow bathroom with a small tub placed near the windows

A small bathtub is not the ideal choice but it’s something you should take into consideration when designing the bathroom. Small bathtubs present a number of advantages but you also have to know how to choose them in order to benefit from what they have to offer. We are going to present a few models and styles worth taking into consideration. The usual Western bathtub with a traditional oblong style would be a simple and popular choice but one that wouldn’t allow you to use the space very efficiently. A slightly different type that has become increasingly popular is the Japanese soaking tub. It’s slightly shorter than the Western tub it’s also cheaper and comes in more than one shape.


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