Bathroom / June 12, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
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.
Deciding on a budget in advance means you can prioritise where to spend and where to save. And the good news is that it doesn’t have to cost thousands to create a spa feel. Invest in just one beautiful piece, such as a freestanding bath and show it off against a more budget-conscious backdrop. Bear in mind you also need to allocate some money to practical elements. You might need a larger water tank if you are planning a rainfall shower, and a water softener can be a smart idea to prevent the build-up of limescale.
Experienced colour specialists suggest painting the corners with a lighter tone in a small bathroom to give a feeling of space. This might turn out to be a challenging task though. So you may easily install large mirrors to optmise natural light and make the bathroom look larger than it actually is.
Consider selecting different colour schemes for the spa bathroom, powder room and en suite bathroom. But remember the scheme of décor for the entire home. Your choice of colours should not clash with the decoration of the room.
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