No matter how big is your bathroom, storage space is always a concern. After all, the bathroom includes many items we use on a regular basis. But the safe-keeping you choose can be a part of your bathroom d?cor. For chic restrooms, consider repurposing a vintage cake tray to carry basic toiletries. Or, a wine beverage rack can be repurposed as a towel holder.
One problem with small bathing rooms is short ceilings. As you might expect, using dark colors for your ceilings can make it seem low. Avoid white (unless your wall space are also white), that will stop one's sight right at the ceiling line. Utilizing the same color for the wall structure and ceiling will help the eye travel easily throughout the space, giving once again, the looks of a larger bathroom.
Blending your wall color and shower tile makes the complete room feel just like one continuous space. As you can plainly see from the picture below, they chose to pick a darker wall structure color and white tile for the shower. Because of this, the bathroom feels like two split rooms.
Many people don't believe about buying adequate bathroom light and are more concerned about lighting up other rooms like the living room, kitchen and dining area. Oftentimes homeowners presume one main fixture in the center of the bathroom ceiling is enough. Let's say you decide what you have installed isn't enough and you also want to displace or add light, but you're not sure where to begin.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's two Manhattan townhouses both feature basic brick fa?ades and restrooms any woman would like to own. Among their bathrooms features a large white tub with close by floating wood racks and a newly installed bathtub with glass entrances.