The bathroom look is moving in a new direction with a vast variety of styles and shapes of bath suites available now and have the days of the traditional look and exposed plumbing are being swapped for a much more contemporary feel. One way to achieve such a stylish modern look to your washroom is to pimp it up with wooden bathroom furniture.
More and more bathroom supplier brands are introducing products that help turn a traditional bathroom into a chic room with an eye-catching look, be it wooden bathroom cupboards, wooden frames around baths and toilet bowls and wooden cupboards that encase the wash basin stand or act as the stand themselves in addition to being a storage area too.
Toilets have been most improved part of the bathroom by furniture in recent years thanks to the advent of the wooden frames which encase the toilet cistern, meaning that just the bowl itself is visible. Although such furniture do not really free up any space, which might be an incentive where smaller bathrooms are concerned, it does create a neater look due to the fact the toilet bowl sits flush against the frame without the need to see the cistern.
It has become very popular, too, to use furniture as part of the sink with any number of options available regarding storage and decoration. There are frames available to simply cover the stand under the basin for those with smaller bathrooms, or cupboards with extra storage space ideal houses with bigger bathrooms. They not only add a more eye-catching look but also increase storage, often at premium in bathrooms, considerably too.
An equally popular use of wooden furniture is in the form of stand-alone basin, which sits on top of the storage cupboards create the most contemporary of looks. The countertop wash basin look is becoming the norm, particularly in high-class restaurants and bars as well as homes up and down the country.
Baths are not exempt from a bit of wooden furniture either if that is the look you are creating in your bathroom. There are available for purchase wooden bath frames which cover all but the very edges of the tub itself and, if the neutral look of white is not the look you want, can add colour to the bath suit and therefore open up a whole new option of paints and tiles for the walls.
The wooden furniture does not have to be limited to the actual bathroom suite, of course. Wooden furniture can have an improving effect in many ways courtesy of a shelve or two, a framed mirror, even a combination of shelf and mirror, or even a laundry cabinet or wall-mounted storage cupboard above a sink as a place to hide all of the toiletries and cosmetics from view that you don’t want guests or visitors to see.