Blending your wall membrane color and shower tile makes the entire room feel like one constant space. As you can see from the picture below, they chose to go with a darker wall structure color and white tile for the shower. Because of this, the bathroom feels like two distinct rooms.
Ben has it pretty good considering it's a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom place with views onto the Hudson River. There's a great deal of room for just two in this beautiful and spacious upgraded bath. A double dark timber vanity with two sinks stand extra tall in front of sleek glass bathtub doors. Your bathroom this nice wouldn't be complete without a relaxing area to take a warm bath.
This year's home d?cor colors are strong and you can integrate them in your kitchen. If you're planning to upgrade your drain this season, think colorful. Kitchen sinks in dazzling colors are hot this season and it's really a perfect way to add a little of color to the area.
While bathroom cabinets are still an important part of the room, some homeowners are turning to unconventional safe-keeping options that add to the overall d?cor of the room. Dressers, wine beverages racks and open up shelving twice as a spot to hang bath towels, extra toiletries and more. Surprise your friends by repurposing something old in the toilet.
If you're a skilled DIYer and you're really looking to change the appearance of your bathrooms, a fresh backsplash could give your space a fresh, new look. The common cost of a fresh backsplash is between $22/sf and $41/sf, but this all will depend on the material you select. Subway tile and travertine tile are popular materials for bathrooms right now.