By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Ceiling. Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 17:53:48 PM.
Proportion is key here. Molding and trim has the appearance of protruding down from the ceiling; when a ceiling is low to begin with, this is not beneficiary. You could also paint the molding the same color as the ceiling, giving the allusion of additional height.
White doesn't have to be boring! White ceiling tiles provide a crisp, fashionable accent to a contemporary or traditional-style bathroom. Tiles and panels may be smooth or textured for added visual interest. Pro tip: paint the walls a darker color and add bathroom hardware with an antique or oil-rubbed metal finish.
As with black, a navy ceiling can add depth and drama to a room while giving it a more regal feel. Navy looks absolutely brilliant with shades of white or gray; if your walls are already one of those popular colors, try infusing navy into your design scheme by starting with the ceiling.
If you are planning on using a bold, dark shade in the bathroom or filling the tiny shower space with a splash of color, then a cleverly placed skylight can offset the visual impact with effortless ease. For those looking for additional options, contemporary retractable skylights that open or close with the touch of a button are also a great solution for the bathroom shower area.
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