By Apolline Auguste. Bathroom Ceiling. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 02:15:21 AM.
If the room is small — for example, a bathroom or powder room — choose a subdued color such as gray or muted blue so the space will feel intimate and serene. In a larger room, carefully select your furniture and accessories, since each piece will stand out against the paint in the room.
Nothing makes or breaks the look of an interior quite like lighting, and often it is a perfect blend of natural and artificial illumination that transforms the ambiance of a room completely. Beautiful lighting can turn that dull, dreary home into a cheerful, exciting space with a new lease on life. While a smart combination of recessed and focused lighting often gets this accomplished in most rooms, natural light elevates this bright, airy look to a whole new level. And few additions bring a flood of natural light indoors like the skylight.
Painting the ceiling a bold or bright color, such as turquoise, orange or yellow, adds energy and interest to any space. This is a great choice if you have white walls and neutral furniture.
If cottage style is more your design preference, try a white plank or beadboard ceiling. Beadboard, with its narrow planks and telltale groove, adds charm and a textural quality to any bathroom ceiling. White planks freshen a space while adding visual interest above.
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