Let 's start with a few basics. Whether you have ample cabinet space or everything is out in the open, creating a storage system is key. If everything has its place, you can keep clutter in check when guests visit, and if need be, you can even pack away certain items (such as bath toys) by quickly moving a storage container. From corralling toys to containing laundry, large baskets are never a bad idea.
The element of stone carries rawness and blesses our bathroom with a rough natural look. Its primal appeal and how it feels to the touch are ideal for anyone who loves natural materials in the house and likes to channel the energy of the outdoors and bring it inside. Stone vessel sinks are captivating to look at and embody the beauty of a raw material.
If your storage needs are large but you don 't want to sacrifice style for function, consider a large woven basket that can rest on the floor. Check out The Land of Nod 's Merchant Silver Hampers, which are crafted from seagrass. A removable lid makes them accessible, while a an eye-catching zigzag pattern appeals to kids of all ages!
Every bathroom vanity is only truly complete when you couple it with the perfect lighting fixtures and a cool mirror. Mirrors with LED strip lighting on the edge combine both these features in a dazzling, space-saving fashion. They are a great choice for those trying to create a refined, spa-styled minimal ambiance without having to compromise on practicality. In the small powder room, these illuminated mirrors remove the need for additional pendants of sconces next to the mirror and all you will ever need are neatly placed recessed lights.
The perception that black vanities work in only polished, modern bathrooms is just a misconception that is being fanned by those picture-perfect bathrooms on catalogs and décor magazines. The black vanity can easily fit into any style that you already have going in the bathroom. It all depends on the material that you choose and the finish. A vanity in polished stone or with man-made finishes obviously looks great in the minimal, contemporary and transitional bathroom. One the other hand, a dark wooden vanity with a distressed finish is perfect for traditional, shabby chic, eclectic and rustic spaces.
When you love the vintage vibe of a checkered pattern but want something more progressive than just the old-fashioned black and white color scheme, colored checkered bathrooms are the perfectly balanced result! Choose gentle colors, either neutral tones or ones that aren 't too enhanced, in order to allow other decor pieces in the bathroom to be in the center, whereas the floor simply sets the mood for the entire space.