Choosing your Bathroom Furniture
One thing that people rarely think of when decorating their homes is to turn their ordinary bathrooms into bathroom suites. Sometimes you can find wet room kits complete with furniture options that can turn any ordinary bathroom into a suite with ease.
Of course, some of these kits are priced fairly high and will need a considerable amount of work done to accomplish, especially if it is smaller than other bathrooms you have been in. If you can’t afford something like that, or you have a pretty large bathroom already that just needs some pieces of furniture in it to tie things together, then you should go with some basic furniture ideas.
The first thing you should consider purchasing is some shelving. Every one finds out eventually that they can never have too much space in their bathroom for storing things like towels and various sundry items. Placing shelves within easy reach of the counter and toilet can give you a lot of good useable storage space and will tie the bathroom décor together fairly easily. Just make sure that the shelves you pick out match the rest of the bathroom décor.
If you have the room, placing a chair in your bathroom will be a great touch. Of course, you have to take into consideration the amount of humidity that a bathroom can create and, as such, you should choose materials that humidity will not react harshly towards. A lot of people are turning to wicker furniture in their bathrooms as it can be treated to repel the extra humidity that is found in most bathrooms, especially those that are used constantly for bathing in.
Whatever you choose for your bathroom furniture, you should make sure that it fits in with your current theme and decorations. You want to keep things simple yet comforting in nature so that people will want to use your bathroom instead of feeling confused as to what you are trying to portray.
Once you have your bathroom furniture picked out and in place, you should start thinking about what kind of accessories you can purchase to tie the whole aspect of your bathroom together. Again, make sure everything fits with the décor you currently have and the theme.