Choosing bathroom furniture seems to get more difficult all the time as the number of choices put before us gets ever wider and more complicated. However,Guest Posting as with all things, the choices can be made easier if we begin with the basics and work out from there. There are essentially two main choices to make, and that is between antique furniture and contemporary, and between freestanding and fitted furniture. This article will take a look at the basic types and gives a few pointers as to what needs to be considered before a final choice is made.
Antique furniture has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and the bathroom furniture manufacturers have responded by bringing out new furniture ranges in the vintage style to cater for the demand. The antique style tends to consist of furniture which is ornate, with embellishments to things such as the frames of mirrors and the edges of the washbasin. The washbasins themselves are often cast with motifs of flowers or animals, while the materials tend to be natural, such as wood, and often the color scheme tends on the dark side. This is fine if a darkish interior suits your style, and many people find it relaxing.
The contemporary style, on the other hand, is characterized by an almost if not complete lack of Fitted Bathrooms ornamentation. Contemporary bathroom furniture tends to consist of straight lines, with sharp angles to give a geometric appearance to the room. Of course, some contemporary styles do have curves, as evidenced by some sinks with oval pedestals, though the lack of ornamentation is still obvious. Contemporary furniture tends to make more use of non-natural materials such as ceramic, stainless steel and cast iron for the bathtubs and sinks, though natural materials such as stone and marble are also used. The whole effect of the contemporary style tends to be light and airy.
Once the decision has been made as to whether to go for the antique or contemporary look, the next thing to decide is whether the furniture should be fitted or freestanding. It must be said that fitted furniture is more in line with the contemporary style, which tends toward cabinets and vanities being fitted to the contours of the room in order to give the simple clean lines that the contemporary style demands. The plus point about fitted furniture is that it tends to make use of all the available space in the bathroom, by fitting cupboards and cabinets on the walls and using small spaces such as corners to provide maximum storage space. The use of contemporary and fitted