By Henrietta Chevallier. Bathrooms. Tuesday, August 15th 2017, 00:03:12 AM.
particularly claw-foot tubs — have always had a cult following, but today’s designers and homeowners are having a renewed love affair with the old-fashioned concept. Current styles are a far cry from their ancestors, who were more likely to be made of wood or copper. As materials have advanced, so have our bathtubs, moving from porcelain-covered cast iron to stone and new composites. Whatever the material, this style of tub automatically becomes the focal point of your bathroom.
These designs usually feature custom vanities that are created specifically for that particular space. The counter and the shelf over the toilet form a single structure and this ensures a cohesive and continuous look throughout.
It’s important for the bathroom vanity lights to complement the vanity or washbasin in order to form a beautiful duo. Take for example this combination between a Crochet washbasin and a pair of Burj wall lamps made of gold-plated brass and handmade crystal glass tubes. Pendant lamps are not usually very popular in bathrooms. That’s because they’re not usually very practical or particularly safe in such cases. But as long as you’re not hanging the pendant above the tub and at a very low height, you can only expect beautiful results. We really like this minimalistic pendant lamp used here in combination with a modern vanity from Idea Group.