I might have gotten more done if American Idol hadn't stolen my attention ... that along with massive amounts of reading I had left to do, still, I did start to round one corner, and before you know it ... it'll be time to finish up with the grout ...
You can see that the walls are still a myriad of colors. The towels indicate where the new warming bar will be ... thank you all so much for your input! I value it completely ... looks like hardwired and mounted are the top of everyone's list. More to come, later.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
The Electric Towel Warming Bar Rendering
Of course, when you start a reno, you think about what you'll need, what you want, and of course, what you'd have if money were no object. Sometimes, need, want, have to haves - they all get mixed up and priorities fall out of line. Wait, who am I kidding? Sometimes!? It will happen.
Case in point, an electric towel warming bar. Scott thinks it's a need. I consider it want. Still, it will happen and because of that, I have to try to find one that is well within the total budget of our reno. It has to be softwired, and though Scott wants a freestanding unit, I prefer one that we can attach to the lower half of the wall - which I've decided (after making an executive decision) will be paneled.
So, I ask all of you who have or want a towel warming rack. What do you think is best? Hard or soft wired? Free standing or mounted? Small or Large? Your input is MUCH appreciated!