The first thing most people notice when they walk into the bathroom is the vanity-including the sink, cabinet, countertop, and mirror. The combination sets the style for the room-traditional, contemporary, country cottage, European, zen, Victorian, or any other look that appeals to you. Even small bathrooms can get big style by installing an interesting vanity. Single-sink vanities by Belle Foret and Empire Industries look like a cherished antique and Stufurhome incorporate the style of fine furniture. More contemporary designs, like Madeli, Vigo, Design Element, and Dreamline, offer wall-mounted vanities in clean lines with one or two sinks. 사설토토
Accent your vanity with one of today’s many sink designs. You have your choice of undercounter, wall-mounted, basin, or vessel, in rectangular, round, oval, and square. Bathroom sinks can even look like a piece of art-like the Kraus Irruption Galaxy Blue rectangular glass sink with a waterfall faucet or the Dreamline stone vessel. You can also forego the vanity altogether and install a pedestal sink, for elegant simplicity.
What’s a vanity without a mirror where you can admire (or adjust) your looks? Accent your vanity with a mirror, with or without a medicine cabinet behind it. Just like your vanity and sink, consider the mirror like fine bathroom furnishings rather than an afterthought. The shape, style, and frame of your mirror should accent the room’s design.
If you want a medicine cabinet over your vanity, you don’t have to sacrifice style to get storage. Distinctive designs provide an attractive exterior, like the Foremost Wingate, which looks like fine cabinetry. Some facades are so unique that you’d never know there’s a cabinet behind them. And you’re not limited to the rectangular shape. Medicine cabinets are available with oval, octagonal, and other unusual shapes. Install one or place them side by side over dual sinks.
Light up the room
Illumination is important in any room. In your bathroom, it’s essential to get the right level of lighting. Luckily, today’s lighting designers are giving you a vast array of styles to help you achieve the look and the light you want. You can put lights above your vanity, sconces on either side of your mirrors, or install an overhead fixture-or any combination of these choices. If you need bright light when using your vanity mirror but prefer softer lighting while enjoying a relaxing soak in the tub, add a dimmer switch to adjust the brightness.
Rain glass adds another dimension to your bathroom lighting. The hand-pressed glass appears dotted with drops of rain on a window and gives a gentle illusion of soft light coming through a rain-streaked window. Varaluz uses recycled rain glass in some of its bathroom lighting fixtures.