Bathroom / June 18, 2018 / Laurette Gautier.
As bathrooms are often placed next to the bedroom, lighting should be considered carefully. You don’t want bright lights flashing on in the middle of the night – it’s not comfortable for the person taking a trip to the bathroom, or for the person asleep next door bedroom.
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.
If you are on a limited budget, buy an entry-level bathroom suite and allocate the majority of your funds towards premium fittings, such as the shower and taps. Keep the design as pared back as possible so there’s less danger it will date – you can always make a fashion statement with tiles, towels or a striking basin mixer tap.
Talk to friends who have completed similar projects about what they love about their new bathroom, and to discover the pitfalls and problems they may have encountered along the way.
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