By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Interior. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 06:47:16 AM.
The amount of space you have and what the eye perceives aren’t necessarily the same thing. Play with the boundaries of perception by tiling the side of your bath and the wall with the same design – it makes it hard to distinguish where each begins, thereby making your space feel larger. Marble is particularly effective here, as it looks almost like one huge sheet and the individual tiles aren’t very obvious.
One of the best ways to disguise a small bathroom is to create interest and a striking wallpaper is ideal for this. If you have a bath or shower in the room (rather than it being a cloakroom), make sure you buy one that’s made specifically for bathrooms, which will cope with the damp, warm conditions.
When it comes to refurbishment, set your priorities first, and plan the budget accordingly. Don’t let your renovation schedule become a hassle you simply want to avoid, but rather turn it into an entertaining process that excites you.
Without the stress of short deadlines and constraints, you’ll be able to make better calculations, or even conclude your bathrooms needs repainting only. Once it is painted, you’ll be able to see the ‘whole picture’ and conclude whether you need to replace the furniture and the fixtures, or simply to change their order.
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