If you like polished chrome but want something unique for your bath, get the eye bending wall mount faucet by Brizo. The Virage family has a 90 degree spin that takes on a fluid and modern flare.
Aging in place for the older generation can be hazardous, particularly poorly planned bathrooms. With slick tiles, shower thresholds that are harder to step over, and lack of the necessary aids, it is no wonder The New York Times raises the thought that the bathroom is the most dangerous room in the home. It is very dangerous to use a generic towel bar or even door knob to steady oneself or gain leverage, and now the options to help are more readily available than every before. The new grabs bars for example, don't look like the institutional styles that first come to mind. B in the image above is a grab bar and paper holder in one.
In a world of sleek and contemporary bathrooms, the Diamando mirror by Sidler fits right in with one key feature; a hidden integrated light. The Diamando don't just look good, it works overtime as a recessed medicine cabinet as well.
What is black and white and oh so nice? This freestanding bath tub by Aquatic! The Serenity 11 is available in many different colour combinations, and as an air bath as well. It is stunning in black and white, especially here combined with a venetian mirror leaning on an off-white painted and panelled wall, and black and white marbled floors.
The outdoor scenery surrounding this powder room in Beaver Creek, Colorado is the catalyst for the rustic yet refined design by Billy Beson. Bringing the elements of earth into this space feels so natural, just look at the fantastically textured vanity stone basin with polished top, organically shaped quarts light pendants, twig shaped door handle, and plastered and warm honey-colored walls. Can you get this look? Absolutely.