The modern bathroom is less about flash and more about substance. It’s a space for private indulgence, for comfort and personal style. The space is uncluttered and loaded with storage for luxurious monogrammed towels, classic terrycloth bathrobes, linens, soaps, shampoos, aftershaves and colognes. A quiet space at the beginning or end of a busy day creates a sense of tranquility. Choose colors and textures from the same color palette for your place of refuge, but keep it simple, using a neutral color along with light, medium and dark versions in the same undertones. Earth tones and a monochromatic palette are also calming.
SHAVING: IT’S A LOT LESS IRRITATING WHEN DONE RIGHT
Here are a few tips to make that morning ritual a lot less irritating. First of all, hop in the shower. Hair is weakest when thoroughly soaked and is, therefore, easier to cut. If there is no time for a shower, then rinse your face with warm water then keep it wet for a couple of minutes. Next, you’ll need a good-quality, non-foaming shaving cream and a shaving brush. Apply the shaving cream using the brush in a circular motion. Use a quality razor with a fresh blade (seven shaves or fewer) and rinse the blade frequently. Shave in the direction of your beard and let the razor do the work. Now comes the good part. Rinse with cool water, apply a little witch hazel, pat dry and finish with a high-quality aftershave lotion.
Whether you’re dressing up in tweed or dressing down in your favorite pair of jeans, your bathroom reflects your personal style.
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Meet The Designer
As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind!
Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer