While we believe that the best design happens when you have a keen sense of your own personal style, there are always foundational design principles that help to create an amazing space. Here, design blogger Layla Palmer gave a builder-basic vanity a trendy cottage-style update with a quart of gray paint and a little distressing with sandpaper. Designers Ray Booth and Elizabeth Kennedy under-mounted twin Kathryn sinks from Kohler in this master bathroom The faucets are from Kallista and the custom mirrors are by McAlpine.
After your sink and console is installed, it’s time to warm your bathroom up with some decorative accents, and the first installation should be an attractive wall mirror Choose from a wealth of different styles to find one that suits your particular needs.
Also, be aware of the National Kitchen and Bath Association planning guidelines so that you and your contractor can plan a safe and functional bathroom layout that meets proper code compliance. Achieve imperfection in your bathroom and increase your ability to leave the room emotionally renewed and mentally alert.
Renovating a bathroom is seemingly always a budget issue, that’s why you should always plan in advance how much you’re willing to spend and how much you can feasibly change. To download the free app Bathroom Design by Objectified Applications, get iTunes now.
Finding the balance between practical and beautiful is a challenge that is well worth the reward when designing a bathroom. In this small bathroom designed by Jordan Iverson, a floating vanity takes up less visual space without compromising style. On the pictures you can see the bathroom and kitchen faucet which have been supplied by us. We are very proud of the end result! Adequate space should be provided inside the bathroom to allow you to close the door when you are inside. As you look through bathroom pictures, try to keep an eye out for how each one incorporates storage into its design; you’re better off with too much than not enough!