By Kevin Edgard. Bathroom Interior. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 23:36:44 PM.
You can go off the line even here, and choose a framed, significantly bigger alternative for your current mirror, either purchased in the store or made by you. The framing styles are simply endless, and will foremost depend on where you’ve purchased the mirror (an antique market, a modern interior design fair, a garage sale, and so on).
Bring a nostalgic touch to the bathroom by upcycling a narrow console table to incorporate a small basin. Space-saving wall-mounted taps provide a neat solution. The more of the floor you can see, the more spacious your bathroom will feel, so go for a freestanding basin unit. Plus, you can pop a few baskets underneath if you’re short on storage space.
Adding a touch of greenery in your bathroom creates a connection between the indoors and outdoors. Organic design coincides with modern design, meaning that the natural outdoor space should easily mesh with the indoor space you are designing. Bring the outdoors inside by adding an indoor plant or two.
You can remodel your complete bathroom, or simply adjust the painting. Believe it or not, the effect will still be the same. A lick of vibrant and bright colors in a modern setting can revitalize your bathroom in few minutes, and make it as lively as it never was before. If you want to stay in style, think of more natural and earthy colors, including whites, beiges, browns, grays, or even smooth greens. You can both paint the walls or apply wallpaper – if the room is small, the entire process will be finished in few hours.
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