When you've just finished building a house, you've more or less chosen the most important elements like wall colours, floor types and even fixed surfaces. Most of the furniture would have already been purchased, and is waiting to be delivered once the electrical and plumbing systems have been finalised. Your house has finally taken shape and now you just have to choose the last few things— the decorations! These include various elements to create the perfect environment, such as an umbrella stand in the hall, candlesticks in the dining room, and even a hallway cabinet. Whilst seemingly insignificant in the larger scale of things, these smaller details turn a house into a home.
Therefore, today we are going to cover the ever important bathroom decorations. Why? Because they are definitely the most difficult to choose. Realistically, you can't add everything to a bathroom, but you can try. The main goal is to achieve an ambience that evokes intimacy, calm and relaxation. Remembering that it is a space to take care of our bodies and nourish our busy minds. When we finally have a moment to ourselves, and don't have to rush through the bathroom before work, we can light some candles, load up on bath bubbles and refresh our souls with some calming jazz or ambient beats.
Are you the type of person who loves to have company and people around you all day? In particular, when you are getting ready for a big event, to have a friend close by to offer advice? If you answered yes, then this is the bathroom for you! The inclusion of a sofa in the room will ensure that when you ask someone if they can accompany you into the bathroom, they will not respond in a negative way because there will be a place to wait comfortably while you ready yourself. Installing the unit underneath the window means the space is bathed in natural light, making it both intimate and inviting.
If you want to give a touch of originality to your environment, why not think to install taps which are way out of the box? The example in the picture is a great example of this! If you are reminiscing over your latest trip to Africa, or have a love for all things safari and tribal, you can add your own modern watering hole to your home. If you have kids, you can be sure that getting them to wash up will never be an issue!
A bathroom is not complete without shelves and cabinets which contain laundry and all the products traditionally used for toiletries and personal hygiene. In this photo, we see a design perfect for the bathroom, but it also has the possibility to be used in other rooms in the house. It is composed of small modular containers made from painted metal, which can be freely combined to create different compositions, both horizontal and vertical.
Those lucky enough to have more than one bathroom in your home will certainly have the foresight to prepare a bathroom for the arrival of guests, either invited or unexpected. A container made of wood, with rolled towels inside, will surely make a good impression on those who come to visit you, as well as make them feel like they are well and truly welcome and at home.
Normally on the side of the bath there is always a space for shampoo and shower gel, but why not put it to better use and place some decorative objects from travels or your favourite furniture store? As you see in the image, we see a bonsai-like plant housed in a pretty silver vase, which has been accompanied by some sea sponges and shells. Given that the seaside and ocean is often what we think about when we see water, it seems only fitting that we would add such decorations. A great addition which only makes the room look more relaxing.