Use a minimum amount of accessories on the floor: Ensure floor space is kept clear and uncluttered. If you choose to use a rug use 1 large one as opposed to several small ones. The more separate pieces you have the more the floor space is broken up visually. One rug will unify the floor as one large whole and maximize your bathroom area.
This is the vibrant and energetic edge which you should be looking for. Try to have an artist paint directly onto the wall for a truly fresh and unique appeal which’ll enliven the senses and hopefully inspire the imagination.
The bathroom trend over the past few years has been dominated by straight lines however in 2014 curves and rounded edges has put it’s proverbial foot in the door and is forcing its way in. This curvature applies to anything and everything within the bathroom including walls bathtubs sinks mirrors cabinets and shower enclosures.
Simply buy a normal framed mirror walk along the beach and pick up any pieces of worn driftwood which are oozing with character then glue the wood onto the frame. Also look for shabby chic white tongue and groove paneling and wicker accessories which’ll marry the design together.
Triangular tiles laid in a 3D cube pattern trick the eye into seeing more depth and keep a tile half-wall from looking monolithic. Give a modern bathroom a touch of vintage softness with shell-shaped deco tiles. A curvy vintage mirror sconces and brass fixtures finish the classic look.
o Open shower: In outdoor applications open showers offer the benefit of running in and out without doors and the ease of quick access. Many outdoor pools as well as cabana baths that are designed for access to the pool benefit from the open features. Another added benefit of open showers inside the home is for those who need “zero entry” in and out of the shower. Also referred to as a “curbless shower” open showers enable a wheel chair an elderly person or a person needing easier access in and out the ability. (For accessibility curbless entry showers are also available with glass enclosures but must be built larger for adequate clearances and mobility.)