Choosing a Tub or Shower:
When choosing a tub or shower , you want a good quality product that will last.
Mirolin has many acrylic options in designs that will meet everyone’s needs. If you are looking for a free-standing tub, Mirolin has several models that are innovative and stylish. The Skye offers a fresh rectangular shape with a bit of flair making it a feature piece. The Merro is a more compact oval design and allows for a deck mount faucet.
Our Expert staff can assist you in finding the right size and shape to fit your space.
If a drop-in tub is what you are looking for we have several Mirolin tubs. The Chaise is a minimalist design with a slim line profile and is available with Whirlpool, air systems or combination systems. Our team can assist in choosing the system that is right for you.
Mirolin also offers several tub-and-shower combinations with walls in one piece units for new home construction or in sections for renovations. There are accessible options such as grab bars, like on the Parker models, that allow for a stylish yet safe tub-and-shower combination.
The Mirolin shower units offer simple streamlined shapes or you can choose models with lots of shelving and optional grab bars.
The Mirolin Free Living Series offers additional grab bars and seats to meet all of your current or future needs to create a safe and accessible bath or shower. You can be stylish and functional at the same time.
How to Achieve an All-White Bathroom with Bold Accents
Hanging a dramatic picture in an all-white bathroom is another great way to give your bathroom a burst of color. A way to save a little money is to find a picture hidden in the attic, or perhaps ask your child to draw a picture, frame it, and hang it in hopes to add some personal significance to the bathroom. What it lacks in artistic merit, it will have double of in sentimental meaning and “cute” factor.
Bath mats are another opportunity to add accent to an all-white bathroom. The great thing about bath mats is that they come in all different colors and patterns and are relatively inexpensive, so you could rotate a variety of them to change the feel of your shower set-up.
Integrating texture and dimension is a way to spruce up the bathroom without really adding any color at all. Wainscoting is one way to add dimension and an element of contrast to your bathroom walls. Also consider opting for a more textured bathtub, vanity, or backsplash if you’re keeping it white. Those decisions to add texture and dimension will keep your bathroom all-white and ensure that it does not feel too plain in the process.
The color white offers a great canvas on which you can dial up the accent color for a vibrant feel, or strip it down to all white for a calm, neutral feel. Creating an all-white bathroom is easy. The hard part is creating an all-white bathroom that packs a strong punch and feels like a dynamic room. To do that, you’ll need certain elements that are interchangeable based on the seasons. You’ll need to pick your accent colors carefully to fit your theme. And you’ll need to consider adding dimension and texture to your white color scheme, lest your bathroom feel uber-plain. An all-white bathroom can still be bold and great with the right attention to detail.