By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Ceiling. Published at Sunday, February 25th, 2018 - 19:29:03 PM.
Anything that sticks out from an already low ceiling, such as some ceiling lights, will make the entire ceiling feel lower and, consequently, the room smaller. Those are precious inches lost. Instead, install recessed lights that take up space within the ceiling itself. Or you could forget about ceiling lights and opt for wall lighting instead.
If you have architectural details on or around your ceiling — such as crown molding, tray ceilings or skylights — painting the ceiling a contrasting color is a fantastic design feature. Darker or bolder colors work well in this case, as the typically white architectural detail helps to break up the deeper hue.
In addition to providing light, bathroom lighting fixtures can also add to the design of the room. Bathroom lighting is available in many shapes and sizes, as well as an array of colors and finishes such as chrome, bronze, and brushed nickel. For a stunning alternative to flush mount lights, bathroom pendant lighting will provide the needed light while adding personality to the room. While in a simple bathroom that desires a bold statement, bathroom chandeliers will dramatically enhance the space by adding a modern and luxurious touch while simultaneously adding ambient light.
When painting vertical stripes, stick to the same color palette as the rest of the bathroom. Simply make one shade slightly lighter than the other. Be careful, as too much contrast won’t go over well.
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