The word on the street is that she snagged a streamlined and remodeled modern kitchen with stainless appliances and rock counters. Furthermore, Amy likes a breathtaking master bedroom complete with its own walk-in closet, dual vanity and heavy steam shower. Let's confess it, how can we not be at least a little jealous?
If you're an experienced DIYer and you're really seeking to change the look of your bathroom, a new backsplash could give your space a brand new, new look. The common cost of a new backsplash is between $22/sf and $41/sf, but this all is determined by the material you select. Subway tile and travertine tile are popular materials for bathrooms right now.
Bathmats are usually drab and boring. What if I told you that you can make your own DIY rug for less than you can buy in the store and add a unique turn to your bathrooms? Leftover towels are a great way to do so and is also what makes this task so eco-friendly. You'll need about two to four old bath tub towels depending on size chop into whitening strips about 6' long. Next, get some good grid matting and start to tie up them in each row.
If you have brief ceilings and want to make your small bathroom seem to be taller, paint vertical stripes on the walls. As we just travelled over, paint colors help guide the eye throughout the room. With vertical stripes, the human eye is guided up and around the room. This, in turn makes it feel bigger than it truly is.
One problem with small bathrooms is brief ceilings. As you might expect, using dark colors for your ceilings can make it appear low. Avoid white (unless your surfaces are also white), that may stop one's eyes right at the ceiling line. Making use of the same color for the wall and ceiling can help the attention travel naturally throughout the space, giving once more, the looks of a larger bathroom.