Floor registers make nice accessories for bathroom. Online you will find a wide array of floor registers, which include Victorian Scrolls, Contemporaries, etc. Victorian is my favorite, yet not everyone has the same tastes or styles.
How to choose Victorian floor registers?
When choosing Victorian floor registers keep in mind that you have the options of choosing Dark Bronze, Pewter, and the Polished/Lacquered Brass. Elgan Brass is one of the higher quality floor registers. The brass texture was built from superb hangs that knew their craft. Brass registers will bring in style whether you have a country setting, or master bath. The registers add a unique touch to the room. Victorian styles give you the options of choosing Antique Brass and more. The registers are great, since it ventilates the room, and reduces mold and mildew build-up.
How to choose contemporary floor registers?
Contemporary floor registers include the Antique, Polished/Lacquered Brass, Dark Bronze, and Pewters. I prefer the Polished/Lacquered Brass, since it glows. The registers are designed to set of country atmospheres. For the master bath, you may want to choose the Polished Brass. The registers are coated with powders and dampers, which means that the register will last a long time to come.
How much do contemporary registers cost?
It depends on where you purchase the product. You can purchase the Antique Brass for around $25 online. I would shop around, since you can compare prices and texture. As well, you can view other registers, which may be of higher quality, yet at a price you can afford.
How does my floor factor into the registers design?
Good question, you should always consider your floors, walls, and overall style of your bathroom before purchasing floor registers. If you have a country setting however, most of the floor registers will go with your room. However, if you have a luxury bath, or master bath, the gold brass is the best choice. Dark Bronze will work as well, providing you have an atmosphere that matches the color.
What if I like a floor register that does not match my flooring, walls, etc?
You want to view images of floor registers, since many will match nearly all colors, patterns and designs. If you feel that the register you like does not match, you may want to adjust your style. Ultimately, you can change the flooring and wall color to match your choice of floor registers.
How do I choose two registers?
If your bathroom allows room for 2 registers then try to buy the same style. You don’t want to install a Bronze and Brass in the same environment.
What if I have wood floors, how do I choose color?
If you have wood floors, then you have a country setting. Still, you can select registers that will go with the texture of your room. Antiques are great, yet with wooden floors I find that the Dark Bronze is the choice of registers. The bronze seems to give the room a traditional effect.
How do I choose floor registers for bathrooms with rugged areas?
Try to match the registers to fit your rugs. If you have rugs in your bathroom, try to keep the registers however away from the fabric, especially if heat comes from the register. Heat can build, which can catch fire.
Floor registers make great bathroom accessories, since the registers will match nearly any style.
Why should I buy floor registers?
If you do not have floor registers in your bathroom, mold and mildew will build-up, which is bad for your health. In bathrooms where no registers are available, orange, gray, and black mold often develops