By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Color. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 03:03:33 AM.
This poolside bath is the perfect spot for a quick rinse-off after a dip, without ever losing sight of the jaw-dropping city views below. Echoing colors from the home’s exterior, a palette of cream, and chrome reflects the homeowners’ indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
The secret to making small bathrooms comfortable, and not cramped, is the efficient use of available real estate. Every inch must be put to good use. You will see freestanding single-person tubs starting to get more popular. Smaller but artfully designed toilets and smaller uniquely designed sink bowls will also begin to make a presence in the bathroom.
Maybe you like things to be a little more subtle and natural. Then consider natural stone in a textured and/or stacked pattern to highlight the shower or an area behind the vanity. Or look at the point above. Shaped tiles, in subtle colors make just the perfect accent piece as well. Plus, you can put them just about anywhere in a bathroom.
Flooring is quite important in a bathroom. If you have an older bathroom, it may still have colorful linoleum. A more modern space likely has something resembling tile or hardwood. Often, the flooring is the most dramatic permanent feature in the room. Choose a color that complements your flooring, but do not try to match it exactly, because that is nearly impossible to do.
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