Fortunately a bathroom naturally lends itself to lots of texture. Start by anchoring the tub or shower with a plush rug or mat. Make sure the space includes multiple layers of soft towels. Top off the room with a few spa accessories such as fluffy robes to make it especially luxurious.
Usually when you read about bathroom design ideas the master bath is the focus. While your ensuite can serve as your own personal escape it’s not the only washroom that deserves consideration. A well-thought-out guest bathroom for example can be both a gift to your family and friends and a source of never-ending compliments.
Natural isn’t wood exclusive either. Natural stone slate and other earthy materials are all viable options which means there is usually a natural option which’ll work for most designs. Worn rugged and spalted are the preferred choices however as long as it’s natural it’s likely to be in.
Use a glass enclosure at bathtub/shower area: Shower curtains can be used at your bathroom/shower but will separate your bathroom visually. Opt for a glass enclosure that creates a subtle and visual divider between your main area and your shower/tub. For added privacy many glass enclosures can have a frosted pattern applied to them to give privacy and not get in the way of your illusion of space.
Give a plain bathroom a sassy twist by tiling a half-wall in a saturated color such as fire-glazed orchid. Make a boring white bathroom exciting by laying tiles in a herringbone pattern and layering in a touch of color.
Install brighter lights to avoid dark areas: In some bathrooms the lighting is sufficient for looking in the mirror but other parts of the bathroom cast shadows. To eliminate dark corners of your bathroom install brighter bulbs. Consider switching to CFL light bulbs to save money on energy consumption and they emit a whiter brighter light.