Long Bathroom Sink From Villeroy & Boch – The White Sink With Black Trim Combines Elegance And Versatility
In bathrooms, the simplest designs are often the simplest, and the best example here is the long bathroom sink from Villeroy & Boch. The black sink seems to represent the ideal option to achieve the best out of this room with comfort and style. The long sink is long enough to allow you to wash sensitive hands and indeed the sink speaks for itself. This design comes with a built-in mounting for standard-size, wooden cabinets above the short edge. It measures 28? W x 19? H x 21? D and is available at a price of $ economzed. You can find the sink in either a white finish or a graphite black finish on Villeroy & Boch.
And if you prefer something more striking like an extra-large black sink, there are some great picks that we talked about earlier: the Hugo. It would definitely stand out with this simple, black finish but it could also blend in beautifully with a white bathroom or a grey bathroom. The Hugo comes tapering into the surface, the stand being carved out of it, a perfect merging of black and chrome.
We fully understand each-others when people choose to decorate their bathrooms with bathrooms that feature only one. Let’s face it, there’s no good reason why we shouldn’t also have a bathroom that has two sinks. Further, even though the sink is the most important element in any bathroom, we can’t say the opposite way about the faucet. These days we do it more frequently, with more trivial concerns. This sink is more likely to be found in a laundry room or in a garage. Another examples is the Andes towel holder, a simple but highly effective accessory designed to be practical in any bathroom.Available for $80.
Andes is a towel hanger, a chic touch to the bathroom for towel storage and organization. A-frame sinks are very common in modern and contemporary designs and they get their freshness out of the water. This towel hanger measures 8” H x 14” W x 14” D and can comfortably fit on a table, vanity tray or shelf.Available on site.
Like it or not, small bathroom accessories are usually found in restaurants, where they complete the tablescape by highlighting the food’s features and style. But accessories don’t have to be serious as long as you know how to use them. For example, Metis can display sea-glass vessels and cups, suitable for use in glass-ripped tables.Available on site.
Looking for a nice bathroom accessory that’s more casual yet still perfectly adapted to the theme of your bathroom? Check out the Bowdo module. It’s a towel holder that looks like a simple wooden crate. It has a simple and clean design and it’s made of wood. It’s painted black just like the real thing, not the wood grain and that’s a really great combo.Available on site.
Another simple and quirky design is provided by Emily-Flare. The bathroom accessories featured here are designed to offer you a place to store all sorts of things like spoons, forks, knives, spatulas, gloves, soap, hairubs and small hooks. To cope with using these miscellaneous items in your bathroom, flip the module on the side so you can hide it in a closet.