We are not all lucky with a large (bordering on the opulent) main bathroom. Most of us are forced to deal with short walls flooded with shelves and claustrophobic feeling. We can’t relax in the space because there is no space to relax in. The bathroom is too small and too clumsy, making us hate it. And, yes, we realize that is a strong word to apply to decorating but it’s still true. A bathroom interior can be one of the most challenging rooms to enjoy when it lacks the size you want.
So what do you do? How do you bring a sense of luxury and relaxation to a space that seems built without even practicality in mind? And, of course, how can you do this without spending all of your money? You follow a few simple tricks:
Get Organized: clutter, we promise, does not allow any room to seem relaxing. You need to remove all items from view. You have cabinets so use them and, if you find yourself still lacking space, store items like towels, wash-rags and the like in linen closets.
Use Colour: you have a small space so you want to give the illusion of size. But don’t do what so many do and try to place bold colours on the walls. Deep reds, blues and greens will dominate the bathroom interior and make it appear smaller. Instead, look to brighter shades. These will reflect the light and create the appearance of size, which every luxurious bathroom is meant to have. Also, consider running borders along the ceiling to draw the eyes upward for impressions of height. Keep it simple, though.
Bring In Light: while you may not be able to afford putting in a window, you can still add light to your bathroom interior. Wall sconces are ideal. Not only will they cast a soft glow but they will also add texture to the walls and offer detail.
These come in any bathroom designs that you could wish, letting you bring the sense of intimacy that you want. If you do happen to have windows, keep curtains minimal (white sheers, for example). You want to use natural light as much as possible in your bathroom design ideas.
Use Reflections: a well placed mirror can not only look wonderful (these can be as ornate as you wish and give the needed visual flair) but can also cast an illusion of space. While you should not flood the room with mirrors, one strategically hung can capture the light and make the room seem larger.
Replace The Furnishings: little details can do much to add luxury. Cabinet knobs or door handles, the towel bar or faucets can all be replaced. While you may not be able to afford a complete renovation, you will find these things reasonable and offering you a wide variety of styles, themes and colours. These are simple tricks but will work together perfectly and offer you a bathroom interior you can enjoy. You may be lacking size but that does not mean you have to lack style.
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