Break away from the typical over-the-door towel hangers and create something unique. A simple bathroom DIY task is screwing a few deals with into a flat piece of finished wood, leaving enough room to hang each towels singularly. Hang up from a bare wall or on the back of a door.
The 6,600sf home is in one of the city's most exclusive gated areas, Invisible Valley, and is equipped with four sleeping rooms, six bathing rooms and two formal living spaces. The backyard provides a private space to captivate neighborhood friends (Jennifer Lawrence and Sofia Vergara), filled with a hedge-lined pool.
One problem with small restrooms is short ceilings. As you might expect, using dark colors for your ceilings can make it seem low. Avoid white (unless your surfaces are also white), that will stop one's eyes right at the roof line. Using the same color for the wall structure and ceiling will help the eye travel very easily throughout the area, giving once again, the appearance of a more substantial bathroom.
No matter how big is your bathroom, storage space is always a concern. After all, the bathroom has many items we use on a daily basis. But the storage area you select can be a part of your bathroom d?cor. For beautiful bathrooms, consider repurposing a vintage cake tray to hold basic toiletries. Or, a wine rack can be repurposed as a towel holder.
Start by evaluating what you now have in your bathroom by taking a glance at how old it is, the style, the brightness and the bulb type. Experts recommend adding a series of lighting layers. For instance, is there enough light where you shave, placed on makeup and shower? It's also important to add lighting to change for overall spirits, and give yourself various light options depending on what you're doing at that time. More and more people are building bathroom sanctuaries that are used for rejuvenating and calming. The bathroom is also a place where you're in and out all day long, and that means you need to account for different lighting with respect to the time of day.