Is your master bathroom's basic design one you like well enough? Maybe you're happy with things like the cabinetry and the countertops. At the same time, maybe you know that the bathroom could look even nicer and be more serviceable with some minor additions. With that in mind, perhaps you have decided to make the bathroom more elegant with the additions you select. Read on for some ideas that might help you.
Start With A Mirror Installation
An essential part of any bathroom is the mirrors. With that in mind, consider adding elegant mirrors to your master bathroom.
- Does your master bathroom have small frameless mirrors over the sinks?
- Consider replacing the existing mirrors with larger ones that have frames as part of the design.
- For a contemporary elegant look, go with silver-toned or black frames.
- For a traditional elegant look, choose ornate gold-toned frames.
- Choose a complementary full-length mirror for one of the bathroom walls or for the bathroom door.
Add A Glass Bathtub Or Shower Door
Do you have a shower that is separate from the bathtub? Or, it might be that you have a bathtub/shower combination.
Whether the shower and the bathtub are separate or whether they are two separate parts of your bathroom, think of selecting a new glass door. A glass door will be easy to install. If you aren't comfortable doing it yourself, the facility where you purchase the glass door will do the installation.
A bonus is that, unlike shower curtains, a glass door will last for a very long time. The glass door will also be very easy to maintain. Just use the same product on it that you use on the bathroom mirrors.
If you do decide to add glass doors to your bathing area, consider the design you want. For instance, if you want hardware like a towel bar as part of the design, go with the same color of frames you chose for the mirror installation. Consider also adding small towel holders to place by each of the bathroom sinks.
Finish the elegant look of your master bathroom by selecting plush monogrammed towels in your favorite color. If you went with gold tones for the mirror frames and the glass door hardware, go with gold metallic thread for the monogram. Likewise, if you went with black or silver tones, choose complementary thread for the towel monograms.
Contact a glass installation service for more information.