white boxesContemporary Bathroom, Sunshine Coast
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7. Include hanging spaceIf you want to avoid tripping over wet towels in your bathroom, ensure you have sufficient hanging space to dry them. The key to a tidy family bathroom is to make it easy for children to hang up their bath linen, rather than leave it strewn at ground level.Install hooks at a height they can reach, or go for a heated towel rail with bars at different levels.
Don’t let the bathroom ice upIt’s often the coldest room in the house, so allowing the bathroom to hit rock bottom temperature-wise means it takes ages to warm up. Although heated towel rails aren’t designed as a primary heat source, in an otherwise unheated room they make the difference between an arctic shower experience and a more pleasant one. Larger multiple rails put out enough heat over time to take the chill off a small closed space. They don’t take huge amounts of power to run compared to other electrical heating, can be put on timers, and many are safe to leave on for the whole winter.TIP: Look for hybrid towel rail/radiator combinations that dry towels and heat a small bathroom simultaneously
Add a silver finish Stainless steel can be used to great effect in an all-white bathroom. The silver gleam of quality fittings adds a finished touch to the room, and because it stands out so clearly, you can use well chosen pieces to establish and reinforce the style you’re looking to achieve. Pure white with stainless steel accents can be slick without edging into clinical; whimsical without looking forced; or traditional without looking dated.