Bathroom. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 07:04:00 AM
While metallic finishes have always been the main material for making plumbing fixtures, bathroom manufacturers are finding new ways to wow your bathroom interiors. From hammered sink details that resemble artisan crafts rather than a typical vanity sink to faucets that beautifully unveil the release of water similar to a gorgeous fountain, the options for your bathroom are limitless. Porcelain and ceramic sinks have long been the materials of vanity sinks in our bathrooms but bathroom manufacturers are looking to organic materials that feel one with nature. From wood and sea shells to resin and concrete materials that can be made to look like materials right out of nature. Teak, walnut, bamboo, and mahogany woods are big this year in natural and faux finishes. Also stained ceramics and tiles that are made to look like wood are becoming increasingly popular for sinks as well as backsplashes, walls and floors. They prove to be a trend to watch as they are water resistant and can often be cheaper than many hardwood varieties.
Since the bathroom is often thought of as one of the most valuable rooms in your home, it‘s only natural to want to think long and hard about how to make the best design changes. Those looking into modern bathroom ideas will want to strike a balance between creating a sharp-looking space and making sure it does not feel too sterile.
Updating your home, whether it‘s a little touch-up or full remodel, can be an exciting experience that makes your home more enjoyable to live in. Not only does it provide you with the opportunity to step back and really think about how you want your home to express those things you love, but it‘s also a chance to learn something new. One of the most unique routes to creating a space in your home that has purpose in its design is to incorporate culture. Here we will consider incorporating a very tranquil and Zen culture to your home through the Japanese art of bathing. The bathroom is a space in the home that is used daily and the Japanese have redefined this room‘s purpose over time from an efficiency-based space to an area where peace and tranquility reign.
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