By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Accessories. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 14:58:05 PM.
The biggest thing that you need to look at when choosing bathroom accessories is how you will actually be using the bathroom. This will dictate what is important and what is not. For example, if you use the bathroom as your own personal day spa, you might like to incorporate luxuries such as heated towel rails, or a cabinet to hold lovely, fluffy towels. You might like to display your stylish toiletries on a wall shelf, and hang warm, cosy robes from door mounted hooks. However, if your bathroom is used for bathing kids and the like, you may want to incorporate such things as extra towel rails and hooks, tubs and baskets to hold toys, bright towels and the like. If you’re busy in the morning, things such as fog free mirrors will help you to get out the door quicker, as you don’t have to wait for the mirror to clear before you can brush your teeth, shave, or apply makeup.
Dual flush toilets have a split flush button that gives you a choice of pressing the smaller button for a four litre flush, ideal for liquid waste, or the larger button for more substantial waste. Four times out of five you’ll only need to use the smaller button, giving you an average saving of three litres per flush.
Use gold to add a touch of glamour to the bathroom. This is a color that pairs well with black but also with other tones. Keep in mind that too much gold can make a space look unappealing to if you use this set you should keep everything else plain and neutral.
Once you’ve considered which accessories you need, it’s time to decide on the style. Match the lines and styles you have going on in your bathroom, whether it be modern or traditional. Many Caroma tapware ranges offer a selection of matching accessories to keep the look of your bathroom consistent. If you are still wondering which accessories to buy, you’ll achieve a much better result if you remember that whatever you choose should suit your tapware.
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