By Alain Kieffer. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, March 21st, 2019 - 11:39:14 AM.
Exploring the endless options available in bathroom mirrors, establishing the look one is striving to achieve whether traditional or contemporary, bathroom mirrors have transitioned through the modern ages. Victorian style bathrooms were often built with heavy layers of dark wood types from boxed in baths, wood framed mirror to wainscoting. Today’s traditional styles of bathroom furnishings are sporting similar design concepts, but with a much softer look. Bathroom mirrors are lightly capped with various wood textures and tones and wood bath panels are added to step up the design elements as an extension of tradition. Arched mirrors alone or with the addition of wall sconces for extra lighting can also create a Victorian feel to your bathroom setting.
There are plenty of choices of bathroom vanities like the Antique Bathroom Vanity in Antique Cherry which would make a splendid center piece and you can also buy matching accessories like the Antique Bathroom Wall Cabinet. With these decisions made you can start to expand your bathroom remodeling ideas and begin to look for old-style bathroom light fixtures like the Victorian Collection with a bronzed finish to complement your choice.
One of the most appealing things about the traditional bathroom is clutter gives it more of a lived-in effect, thus enhancing the traditional look. Don’t be afraid to put plenty of pictures on the walls – black and white family portraits in gold frames are a good look. A chest of drawers or corner table with scented candles, aromatherapy oils or flowers will really bring the room to life. As a finishing touch an old style set of weighing scales, a large framed mirror or bulky traditional radiator will give the room that cozy old-fashioned feel.
Bathroom vanities also come in different types. Whether you have a small or large bathroom, you can choose according to your preference and budget. But this doesn’t mean that you can just choose any design that suits your taste. Size is also an important consideration so you don’t end up with a cabinet that is too small or too large for the room. You need a bathroom vanity that will fit perfectly in the bathroom and one that will also blend with the shape and design of the room.
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