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Create a Bathroom that you never want to leave!

7 July 2010 1,284 views No Comment

After a hard day’s work there is often nothing more relaxing than coming home and relaxing in a nice hot bath. However, if your bathroom is looking a little dull it can make the experience a little less appealing.

It is definitely a good idea to improve the look of the bathroom and there are so many different ways to do it. No matter what your budget, you can change the look of the room today just by making a few small changes.

Creating a Cozy Space

One change that you can make which will make a big difference to the room is adding a medicine cabinet. Not only will this potentially add elegance and warmth to the bathroom, but it also serves a purpose. You can instantly de-clutter the room by placing all of your cosmetics into the cabinet. A really nice, homely looking cabinet to look at is the Decolav Collection Espresso Stained Wood one. Its Espresso finish adds warmth to the room and as it is a double cabinet it will fit a lot of cosmetics and medicines inside it.

Changing the faucet on the bath is also a great idea. American Home Plus have a great selection of Faucets available. The 1H Centerset Aerial Lvr Hdl MPU faucet is a great example of one that will create an elegant finish. It comes in three different finishes but the Brushed Nickel version is definitely one of the best.

Finally another way to make the bathroom look a little more elegant is to add a nice deep pile carpet in the middle of the room. Adding scented candles around the room will also help, as will a couple of nice looking houseplants.

There are so many ways to add warmth to the bathroom. Why not visit American Home Plus today and see what you could buy to create your own ultimate relaxing room?

 

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