My Bathroom Plan (1)
Budget-Friendly Takeaways Check out digitally printed porcelain tile with the look of natural stone. Keep the toilet in the same place to avoid having to move the stack. If thermal controls within reach from outside the shower aren’t within the budget, choose a shower head that can be diverted to a handheld wand. If a solid wood vanity is beyond your budget, check out the latest in laminate products. Water-saving plumbing fixtures and LED lights will save money on utility bills for years to come. Get creative with artwork. You can use ready-made frames for prints found online, children’s artwork, favorite postcards or plates from a vintage book of botanical prints.
The vanity and sconce styles lean more traditional, while the undermount sinks and streamlined faucets are contemporary. These combinations strike a transitional balance. The countertops are quartz. “They have a rough river-washed finish that has a texture to it,” Wick says. The hard manmade material is very durable and has the look of natural stone.
art deco love the carpet
lack and chrome were thought to reflect new technology, so the color combination was used often in art deco. This powder room displays all the glamour of the period.
This is modern farmhouse style with an earthy-chic flair. Every material used in here is natural. And everything is set off beautifully by the vanilla-white walls.
Earthy chic can be more traditional, too. The neutral, earth-tone palette works beautifully with a few ornate pieces and a traditional layout.
wood glass shower
sofa with a different color on the seat cushion transitonal style
like the small sofa and tiny invisible lamps
like the wooden colored blinds
small room small couch low arms on sofa
round table round carpet even though room is rectangular
white bottom of island with detail & wooden chairs
i like the idea of a wicker chair with a cushion. open and airy.
i like this color of wood Rift-Sawn French White Oak