Bathroom / April 22, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
We all need more space to stash our two-for-one shampoo offers these days, but it’s important that storage is well made. Go for wood veneer where possible, or a hard-wearing lacquered finish – neither will date or look cheap.
For those who love long soaks, it’s worth investing in a cast- stone bath. Cast stone is great at retaining water temperature, so you’ll save the cost of heating any extra you have to add to your old tub. The mineral-packed surface will resist wear and tear in the long term, too, as scratches can be easily polished out.
Take into consideration the size of the bathroom and the availability of light in this space before finalising any colour scheme. You may seek suggestions from an expert interior designer.
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.
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