By Aceline Guilmette. Bathroom. Published at Sunday, November 05th, 2017 - 01:57:58 AM.
With a New Year just beginning it is the perfect time to think about buying a new bathroom for your home. Of course there are a wide variety of options available when you're looking for the perfect bathroom ranging from classic traditional designs to ultra-modern contemporary ones. But what are the key differences between traditional and contemporary bathrooms and which style is best suited to your needs? This article lists some of the primary features and elements of each bathroom style and will help you to decide which one is right for your home.
It may be a good idea to work with an experienced and imaginative professional who has a broad knowledge of bathroom remodeling design and bathroom accessories and who can help you make the best of what is possible within the limits of your budget and bath size. Or if you have the time to shop around you can use your own creative thinking in choosing the right bathroom fixtures & bathroom decor such as cabinets faucets shower heads vanities tile and so on. Most certainly you would want to find the right home contractor for the new bathroom makeover and installation.
As with the country and traditional bathrooms cast iron baths are a must. Either a roll-top or slipper bath will do and although you don't want holes or rust the more dilapidated it looks the better. Even consider running sandpaper over the paint work and claw feet. It's always worth looking out for old fittings at antique shops and car boot sales. Counter top basins are highly recommended in this setting and the look out for extremely unusual decorated designs. Place it on a washstand or run-down vanity unit. Add unique ornaments and antique framed mirrors.
Exploring the endless options available in bathroom mirrors establishing the look one is striving to achieve whether traditional or contemporary bathroom mirrors have transitioned through the modern ages. Victorian style bathrooms were often built with heavy layers of dark wood types from boxed in baths wood framed mirror to wainscoting. Today's traditional styles of bathroom furnishings are sporting similar design concepts but with a much softer look. Bathroom mirrors are lightly capped with various wood textures and tones and wood bath panels are added to step up the design elements as an extension of tradition. Arched mirrors alone or with the addition of wall sconces for extra lighting can also create a Victorian feel to your bathroom setting.
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