How do you picture a romantic setting? In the bathroom, you might see a glimpse of candlelight, long flowing drapes, and a bubble bath strewn with rose petals. Overall, the picture is one of luxury and self indulgence within a cozy and intimate space. It is easy to achieve a romantic style in the room where you get away from it all to unwind after a long day. With the right attention to details that coordinate with one another, a romantic bathroom can be luxurious without being frilly.
Light, neutral colors are preferred in the romantic bathroom. White, beige, or crème shower mats, towels, or curtains make the room welcoming and clean. Contrasted with dark mahogany wood or brass, it is decadent as well. You can easily install brass fixtures to hang towels, robes, or toilet paper, or contact a certified home remodeler to install a brass faucet. A mirror framed with mahogany wood adds a classic touch, as does a mahogany wood floor with water-resistant finish.
Perhaps no romantic bathroom is complete without a tub to soak away in. In addition to basic tubs, there are also claw foot tubs for an antique look, whirlpool tubs, built-in tubs, soaking tubs that hold at least 250 gallons of water, freestanding tubs, and specialty tubs. You need the right lighting for a good bath, and not necessarily with candles. Low-wattage, accent lights draw attention to cozy spaces and infuse the room with serenity. After your bath area is good to go, match your deep tub with vanity top, vessel, or self-rimming sink.
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