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ffry Bathroom Hardware September 14th, 2018 - 13:02:28
Georgian Roped Bathroom Hardware. The bathroom is possibly the most difficult room to decorate in a home because of space constrictions and the permanent placement of most bathroom fixtures. Renovating the entire room can be time consuming and costly. so finding smaller (and less expensive ways) to incorporate new designs and personality is a great way to add warmth to the bathroom. Bathroom hardware is perhaps the simplest way to accomplish this goal and a classic pattern. such as Georgian Roped. is easy to coordinate with existing hardware because of the simple design and variety of finishes.
Just as you would find accessories with contemporary style in stainless steel or in a black pearl finish. you will find them in a brushed nickel finish. Bathroom trash cans. light switch covers. and the ever-popular brushed nickel towel bar get the modern treatment just as well as they do a traditional look.
The Georgian Roped pattern is trademarked with a simple pattern of a roped or braided rope usually surrounding the outer rim of a design. It is an extremely popular pattern that can be easily incorporated into other areas of the home including light switches. door knob sets. curtain tie backs and cabinet hardware. Solid brass hardware offers the added advantage of a wide variety of finishes which will make matching it to your existing fixtures a simple task. Popular finishes include Polished Brass. Antique Brass. Polished Chrome. Brushed Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze.
Design trends come and design trends go. Many of us remember the harvest gold appliances from the 1970s and the bright orange laminate counters from that same era. They`ve made their way into history. Other trends have staying power-glass front wall cabinets in our kitchens. well-oiled butcher-block counters. and bright white ceramic subway tile from a century ago. The popularity of brushed nickel finishes appears to be holding strong. Should we expect to see it in our childrens` kitchens? The answer is most likely.