The bathroom is a space for tranquility; somewhere we can take some time out to relax, a place that we unwind in the evenings before bed. This is where we come to pamper ourselves, so naturally, the room should match this desired environment.
Do you fancy making some changes? If you haven’t quite got your bathroom the way you want it, you could still be tempted to make some adjustments, so the room is spot on.
If you’re looking for ideas on how you can create the atmosphere you want, here are some bigger and smaller changes you can make to get your perfect bathroom!
There should always be a point of interest, or obvious theme to every room, no matter how bold or subdued it may be. Patterned tiles are a great way to give a bathroom extra personality if you prefer to keep your fixtures and fittings simpler.
You can use tiles with subtler or smaller patterns to complete a theme, for example, the bathroom above uses the tiles to help tie together the darker colour of the walls and the bright white of the bath, sink, and cabinets.
If you are looking to make the most of a small bathroom, one idea would be to convert the space into a stylish wet room. Creating an open plan wet room will help open up a smaller space making it feel much more substantial.
Use a glass screen to section off the shower area from the rest of the room. By doing this, you’re still dividing the room into a shower area, and sink and toilet, but still achieving that spacious open plan feel.
If you want to make a smaller change to your bathroom to make it feel fresh, try switching out your fixtures.
Choose a different colour finish for your taps, shower head, and heated towel rail. Or if your fixtures are already a matching colour to your bathroom’s theme, try opting for a different style.
Changing your fixtures is a less dramatic method to quickly spruce up your bathroom, especially if you’re working on a tight budget, or don’t want to completely redesign your bathroom.
Not many of us have the luxury of large, spacious bathrooms like our friends across the pond. Instead, we have to use smart methods to make the space we have feel bigger.
A brilliant way to make your bathroom feel more spacious is to install floating cabinets. By freeing up floor space and making it visible again, this makes the room appear larger. This is also a great space-saving way to add more storage to your bathroom, or any other room!
An ideal place to add a floating cabinet is under the sink, as this space is usually left unutilised.
We all know about painted and wallpapered accent walls, but what about using textures instead?
You can achieve this effect in a few different ways, the easiest being textured tiles. With these tiles, you can keep the result subtle with light or white tiles, or make it more dramatic and include patterns.
You can try a different method and use stones like slates to really have an impact and create a strong focal point for the room.comments powered by Disqus
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