However the one factor to consider before taking the plunge with brass is that it does require some regular maintenance to keep it looking great. It’s always best to adhere to the manufacturer’s specific upkeep instructions so routine wipe downs should be done with an approved cleaner.
The graphic below reveals a few interesting tips on how to make a half-bath look bigger by employing several visual tricks. It also encourages users to add efficiency to a three quarter bath by avoiding too many elements as this can clutter things up both visually and physically. Saving space in a full bath is possible by simply investing in a tall and narrow cabinet. And last but not least the infographic lets you know how to make the most of your master bathroom.
Triangular tiles laid in a 3D cube pattern trick the eye into seeing more depth and keep a tile half-wall from looking monolithic. Give a modern bathroom a touch of vintage softness with shell-shaped deco tiles. A curvy vintage mirror sconces and brass fixtures finish the classic look.
Dare to be different. This is the message behind these bathroom products. These beautiful decorated faucets and lavatory basins with stunning patterns colors and textures are decorated with a special technique that creates raised ruby-like flowers and 24k gold tendrils make me feel like a king.
Use cabinetry with open storage: Storage under the sink is a plus and if it has open storage it can serve decorative purposes at the same time. Open storage shelves allow towels baskets and other decorative items to be stored without using up room in a closet. If you decide on open storage for your bathroom be mindful of clutter and adding too many items on the shelves.
Visually opening up your bathroom: While the shower curtain is still a viable option for many glass door enclosures or no enclosure have become more upscale and enjoyed by many home owners. Here are the pros of cons: