What could be more relaxing than a nice long soak? The answer: soaking in a tub that looks as good as it feels! When it comes time to unwind, slipping into those shimmering suds feels like a mini-vacation. And compared to hitting the spa for some well-deserved "me time", a luxurious tub is an indulgence that pays for itself time and time again. Whether you're looking for the latest features or just want something that fits your carefully coordinated decor, this curated collection of designer bathtubs is sure to inspire. So dim the lights, put on some soft music, and sink into the tub of your dreams.
In the spirit of highly individual design, the 'Be Yourself' contest, brainchild of industry leaders, challenged visualizers to create the ultimate bathroom. This concept by Deluxe Home Creation Studio was the viewer's favorite and it's not difficult to see why. However, starting with images of grandeur is not such a bad idea. Even for a personal/residential project it is possible to gain inspiration from images such as these and scale them down to fit comfortably within standard spaces, keeping elements such as a simple water feature or simulated rain shower as part of the fundamental ideal.
Your shower can be doorless, especially if you’ve take a whole room for that. If there's enough space and boundaries, it's easier to relax, and you can make a spa cladding the floors or walls with natural wood or stone. Marble is another luxurious alternative that has a timeless look and is perfect for showers. Add potted greenery or flowers, pebbles for a luxurious feel.
Big mirrors in bathrooms have become a cool decorating trend, mainly for two reasons: first, such a mirror makes a cool décor statement turning even the simplest bathroom into a very eye-catching one and giving it a hotel feel. Second, such a mirror will visually expand the space, which is great even for a big bathroom – who doesn't like big spaces? Let’s have a look at the coolest options for you to choose and use.
There's nothing quite as refreshing as a good shower, whether you're after an early morning wakeup, a midday rejuvenation, or a hot blast to relax the muscles after a long tiring day; standing under that strong stream of droplets just takes some beating. So with that in mind, don't our beloved shower rooms deserve an extra special piece of our attention? Of course they do. Forget about the standard meager sized shower heads that dribble out an apologetic and spluttering jet, and the bog-standard off-the-rack cubicles that imprison you in their boring surrounds. We are talking about the world of wonderful waterfall shower heads that drench us in a soothing downpour, open plan settings that are inspired by nature, and just plain gorgeous shower room designs.
Saturday 20th, May 2017 13:19:59: PM. Outdoor. essa flo.
Selecting Plants to Decorate the Garden
Choosing a plant is very important for the beauty of your garden space because the plant is an element that should be in the garden. Choose a decorative plant but it has many benefits such as absorbing air pollution or plants repel mosquitoes. In another way, planting the flowers which small size tree, or can plant in pots. Choose plants that not take up a lot–of area with choosing the short size, so the garden still looks neat.
The most popular styles for feminine bathrooms are shabby chic, vintage, modern or rustic. you can choose any colors but to create a girlish space prefer white, off-whites, pastels. Now let's have a look at the necessary elements: sinks, vanities, bathtubs and showers.
It's fall and it's the best time to embrace dark colors! Dark colors do not always mean gloomy shades, they can be refined, chic and very relaxing if you pull them off right. Today we are going to have a look at the coolest dark living rooms.
Admittedly this shower head is of minuscule proportions, but just look at how serene it's sun dappled surroundings are. Another beautiful open air bathing area–though you had better be good at stepping stones if you forget your flip-flops, journeying in and out of the tub over that harsh pebble floor could be painful!
Tranquility can be found in this understated bathroom. The window looks out on the peaceful scenery. Traditional carpets are placed on a wood planked floor. The rectangular freestanding tub sits next to a marble wall opposite a double sink bathroom vanity. These grey concrete walls border a sleek bathroom with marble vanity and round vessel sink. The shower features a teak wood floor. The ceiling is open and this is where greenery encroaches upon the room. This look keeps it simple with both grey and taupe tile surrounding the bathroom. A rainfall showerhead keeps with the straight lines of the entire design.