Bathroom / June 13, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
Before you select good colours for small bathrooms or the more spacious ones, take some out to put your plan on paper. You can draw simple sketches of your bathroom. Use the colour you actually intend to introduce in the bathroom. You may use coloured pens or crayons for that. See how it looks on paper. Consider ordering samples of paints of your chosen shade before purchasing the required quantity. Apply the colour on the wall and see how it looks. If you are satisfied with it proceed with your order. Otherwise, consider changing it.
It is certainly not prohibitive to use warm colours in the bathrooms. Warm bathroom colours like red, orange and yellow are in fact quite common in modern homes. You may use warm colours as an accent. Decorating the feature wall with a warm shade would be another possible option for you to consider.
Don’t cram in fittings (this will only make the room feel smaller) and research products that will help you make the most of your square meterage, such as wet-room style showers or Japanese-style square tubs.
Storage is the key to a successful bathroom – and no, a minimal glass shelf won’t be enough! Toiletries never display well, nor do shampoo bottles standing on the floor of the shower. A substantial vanity with space for extra towels is a smart buy.
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