These Modern Wash Basins are Works of Art
You may think of a bathroom sink as a plain utilitarian fixture, but it can be anything but. After all, what is a sink or wash basin? It's a place to run water at a convenient height and know that the water, along with your soap and toothpaste, will be properly drained into an unseen sewer system. Once a bathroom fixture has filled those requirements, the design can be anything you desire. The material must be sturdy, but it doesn't have to be porcelain. Check out wash basins made from wood, glass, stone, metal, and a variety of composite materials. They include designs ranging from the lovely patterned glass above by Omvivo to a wooden maze mimicking a map of London streets by Julia Kononenko, below.
Sink with Chamfered Edges Makes It Easier for One-Handed Person to Wash the Dishes
In their homes, everyone deserves a functioning space and equipment. Particularly those that are utilized on a daily basis by everyone, including the disabled. This one-of-a-kind kitchen sink was created by Natalia Baltazar and is highly functional not just for the able-bodied but also for the disabled.Baltazar has redesigned the traditional sink as a statement piece that also emphasizes ergonomics by considering the kitchen's surroundings and how dishwashing might improve and assist an individual. She created a design and concept that combines aesthetics and usefulness in a way that can be used on a regular basis. These designs contain aspects of a traditional kitchen sink, such as a double basin, but in unique and innovative ways that benefit people who can only use one arm.The Moray sink could securely contain various types of kitchenware and let water run off quickly towards the drain by using chamfered edges akin to a terrace farming landscape. Its layers can be used to accommodate different kinds of dishes and make surfaces easier to clean.Images by: Natalia Baltazar#Moray #Sink #Ergonomic #Unique
Wall Mounted Faucet, Wall Paper, and a Powder Room with Subtle Wow Factor
The home powder room, or guest bathroom, is an often visited but overlooked interior design space. Powder rooms, however, are actually a wonderful place to add a little drama or pizazz to ones interior design. The rooms are typically small and only house a toilet and a sink. Their modest scale means that one can embrace unexpected materials. Moreover, tiny splurges in this type of room can have a huge impact.The above powder room is the perfect example of sophisticated additions that add oomph to a tiny interior space. The room features a bold flower wallpaper in subtle shades of taupe and gray. Carefully placed on that wallpaper is a gorgeous wall mounted faucet. The faucets classic style perfectly elevates the beauty of the worn and weathered sink. The correct wall paper design choice can make a small room feel lively and classic. While wallpaper, and wallpaper installation, can get expensive, not much if it is needed. A little bit of wallpaper can have a large impact in a tiny space. Wall mounted faucets can also add a bit of the unexpected life to a 1/2 bath. Wall mounted facets aren't typical in modern construction. They are, however, charming and surprisingly practical. Wall mounted faucets free up counter space. They also easier to clean. Less dirt builds up on wall mounted faucets. The downside, however, is that wall mounted faucets are harder to install. They are therefore, likely to be more of a splurge.#powderroom #halfbath #guestbath #bathroom #wallmountedfaucet #faucets #sink #wallpaper #flowerwallpaper
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