Bathroom / June 22, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
Consider varying the texture with the help of tiles, glass and wall paints in various textures. This will help you design a very stylish space with a minimum amount of effort.
Bathroom taps need to be robust and durable. Features to look for include ceramic discs, which don’t wear out like rubber washers do, so you won’t find yourself having to screw the tap ever-tighter to turn it off, and anti-limescale technology, which prolongs a tap’s lifespan. New taps might also save water using a spray, which consists of lots of tiny individual outlets that produce gentle drops.
Blue is a much adored colour for this space. You can use this colour in a small bathroom as well as a spacious one. Dark blue bathroom, like the one on the image above, should be illuminated properly with the help of artificial lighting fixtures. Optimise the availability of natural light as well. Otherwise, the space will start looking cramped. Complement a dark blue shade with white or grey tones. You may select medium to pale blue shades like periwinkle blue, powder blue, baby blue, sky blue, Tiffany blue, viridian and so on. Each of these shades is capable of inducing a relaxing feel in the ambience.
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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