By Emma Violette. Bathroom. Published at Saturday, January 27th, 2018 - 11:53:56 AM.
There’s all sorts of materials used in the construction of modern bathroom sinks, each with their own unique advantages. Chrome, stainless steel, brass and copper are just some examples of materials that can deliver sophisticated designer style to a bathroom, with porcelain and glass arguably the two most popular contemporary options.
Like the glass but not sold on that much transparency? Try a frosted effect. This can mean horizontal or vertical lines, an overall frost, or even specific shapes or silhouettes. You can make your doors stand out by framing them around the edges or have them blend into the background by using a seamless style set up. Frames come in a variety of colors to match or blend with the rest of your bathroom fixtures, the most popular being black, brushed nickel, pewter, silver, and gold.
Linear drains are vast improvements upon the traditional metal and grated drains of the past. The installation of a linear drain turns your shower from a corner piece into the focal point of your entire bathroom. The design of the drain won’t stick out like a sore thumb, and instead, you’ll be able to enjoy a complete aesthetic in your home.
After designing and building your shower floor, you can consider a linear shower drain as the final touch to an architectural masterpiece. You don’t have to settle on a specific design or color restraint, either; linear shower drain options are some of the most diverse in the remodeling industry.
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