Bathroom Design / October 20, 2018 / Amaris Bustos.
Here's a new idea to consider, utilizing bathroom scales for decorative purposes. For many of us, the bathroom scales are something we tend to hide, not only from our guests but ourselves as well. But there are bathroom scales in all shapes and designs. From ultra modern and sleek, to retro, to just for kids, many different scales will complement most design styles.
If you have more than one bathroom, just one set of scales won't do anymore either. My middle child is obsessed with how much he weighs and how tall he is. He watches with great impatience for growth to occur. The scales designed for kids are high for him. For the most part, they have digital readouts, so it is easy for him to read and decipher and poor thing, he just isn't gaining any weight at all (would that we could all be so fortunate).
There are designer scales, scales made from glass, scales that monitor your body fat, and old ordinary everyday scales. There is undoubtedly a scale that should fit into your bathroom design inconspicuously. I can say for me that a glaringly apparent ugly bathroom scale would take away from my enjoyment of a nice long bubble bath.
While incorporating a bathroom scale into the décor of a bathroom was once an extraordinary accomplishment, it isn't as difficult as it once was. New trends are for not only functionality but also the elegance of design and the ability to incorporate it into the everyday lifestyle of consumers.
Remember when selecting your bathroom scales that your tastes should be evident even in your bathroom. Select a set of scales that you like the look and features. An investment that shouldn't have to be repeated very often so you can afford to get what you want and not settle on something that is inferior. Your scales should be the bane or boon of your existence for quite a long while so consider the materials it is made of, the durability of it, the features it offers. And most importantly whether or not it is something you will use as a design feature or stuff in a cabinet in the hopes that it will somehow be kinder through lack of use. Whichever you prefer I hope I have given you some enlightenment on the options available.