By Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. Sunday, November 05th 2017, 03:12:45 AM.
Always plan according to the needs of the primary user. This is important so you will know what kind of materials and features you need. A bathroom for children and adult would have different needs and you would use different features, too. For a child's bathroom, use non-skid surfaces and rounded edge to avoid injury. You can also place anti-slip mats. You can have adaptations for disabled persons by having grab rails to walls and close to the toilet. Consider a wall-hung sink so that people who use wheelchairs can move closer to it with ease.
If there's much of a comfort in the bedroom since it is where you sleep, the Bathroom adds more to that comfort. It is where you freshen up as you shower, wash up or use the toilet from time to time. Most of us even start our day in it. The bathroom would usually contain a bathtub and a shower sometimes with either of the two, a sink and becomes a toilet all in one too.
A lavatory that looks simple but elegant with its usage of high-quality materials which makes it look more first class. Crystals and light shades comprise the design of this bathroom for an alluring look. This time, black crystals and glass are used for a stronger impact yet maintaining the luxurious feel. Decorative glass used in the mirror and an elegant lavatory is the focal point of this bathroom made more beautiful with the crystal chandelier.