Enhancing our well-being should become one of our major concerns. Luxury and comfort are not enough to escape everyday stress and routine. Find a way to balance your private life and work pressures! A sauna seems to be a great idea, don’t you think? You can think about this as an opportunity to improve your home and health in the same time.
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.
What if we told you that you can have your own private spa…in your bathroom? We all know that we cannot go to a spa every day for various reasons: lack of time, lack of money, and so on. Make your life easier, save some time and money by creating your own relaxing resort. You can have all the comfort you need with just a little inspiration. We give you 20 reasons to think about this.
This master bath was designed by Brigitte Fabi, Drury Design, and is one of the two winning entries at the 2013 NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) Annual Design Competition, 2013. The icing on the cake is the open shelves, placed on both sides of the window. Recessed lighting creates a welcoming feeling.
If you had to hang some framed wall art somewhere in the house right now, where would you put it? Probably in the living room, maybe the bedroom or the dining room but it’s very unlikely that you’d choose the bathroom. People don’t usually hang art on their bathroom walls and there’s not a good reason for it.
Usually we don’t hang or display things on the bathroom walls because there’s not a lot of space to work with but, when you think about it, there’s always at least one wall that remains empty. So why not put something beautiful on it? It doesn’t necessarily have to be a painting.There are lots of interesting ways in which you can display framed wall art in the bathroom.
Whether you’ve decided to renovate the guest bathroom and transform it into something entirely different, or you just want a new pop in your master bath, we’re here to show off some snazzy flooring inspiration. From colors to gloss, there are a plethora of ways to make your floors look better and even more functional. So, stop and take a peek at our outside-the-box bathroom tile ideas!
1. Jazzy Honeycombs.
Why not go with a shape that’s not as traditional or popular? Honeycombs are playful and unique, but they also bode well with modern and contemporary styling.
Copper is a great conductor which is why it’s commonly used in pipes and heating systems in general. Also, it’s an interesting material which can be used for fixtures and décor elements. As we’ve already described in our article about using copper in the kitchen’s design, this is a not particularly appealing material to use in interior design but it has a unique character and charm and so it can be a very powerful choice.
Then there’s also the option of having a copper tub with a white interior which gives it a more familiar and appealing look, making it also easier to integrate into the décor and the color scheme you’ve chosen for the bathroom.But let’s talk a little bit about copper bathtubs.
Everyone knows how difficult it is to decorate a room for your kid. It has to be functional and practical but it also has to be fun and cute. But it’s also fun to plan everything this way. You get to embrace your inner child and to think like a kid once again.
It’s also a nice opportunity to bond with your kid and to work together as a team, introducing him/her to some new concepts. Let’s say you’re decorating a bathroom. There are these two main things you have to take into consideration when designing and decorating a space for a kid:
Safety and functionality.
It’s important to make sure that everything you choose for your kid’s bathroom is safe to use as well as easy to use. The sink has to be placed at a low level so there’s no need for a stool to reach it and, if there has to be a stool, it has to be durable and strong.
Although most homes have toilet in the bathroom which can be used as an impromptu seat, most people feel a little awkward about using them that way, no matter how comfortable the cover may be to sit on. In many bathrooms, there is not anywhere that is really suited to a sit down. This is, of course, fine because the bathroom is not really used as a sitting room.
However, wet rooms and luxury bathrooms, that have a more self indulgent approach to their design, can benefit from the addition of a seat that will encourage you to linger.