By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Ceiling. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 23:34:32 PM.
While grand bathrooms with expansive skylights often make up product brochures and magazine covers, the smaller units that light up the tiny bathrooms are the real workhorses. If you have a dark, small bathroom with no windows, a skylight is the best way to really enliven the place. If a direct skylight is not possible, then at least explore the possibility of a tubular sun tunnel skylight to illuminate the small area. Remember that the skylight also makes the room appear a lot more visually airy, as it brings a part of the outdoors inside. This is a benefit that simply no pendant or chandelier can offer!
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.
Particularly if you’re a fan of industrial style, or if exposed pipes and ductwork make your heart flutter, a “raw” ceiling will not only enhance that look, but it will also probably give you more headroom physically.
When choosing a color for your spotlights, consider how prominent you want them to be against the ceiling. Metallic lights really pop, while darker colors such as black add style to rich-hued ceilings without taking them over.
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