Most people enjoy having maximum room around the toilet although this is not always a realistic option in today’s small bathrooms. If you’re able to change out the toilet they come in smaller sizes that take up less floor space and allow for more room around them. If you cannot change the toilet try to minimize floor items like scales trashcans and laundry hampers in the bathroom. The more floor area you can see and use the better you will feel.
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.
Change the swing of your door: If your current door swings into your bathroom consider flipping the door around so it swings out of the bathroom. When doing this ensure that the door is not swinging into a heavily trafficked hallway or space. If you can consider installing a pocket door that slides into the wall and doesn’t require a door swing. Pocket doors are also visually appealing because they “hide” inside the wall!
Curvy works well with curvy so if going down this route create a continuity within the bathroom. This’ll not only help create a sense of balance but it can also help with space as curved cabinets can be squeezed into tight spaces with taste without looking cramped and forced.
Then in the 1980s we suddenly got sick of bathrooms that had something to say. Ever since then we’ve been covering our bathrooms in safe quiet choices such as beige gray and plain white. A neutral bathroom isn’t all bad. But these gorgeous graphic tile treatments make us want to kiss quiet bathrooms goodbye.
Modern interior design came about as a reaction to the ornate and almost baroque styles that came before it. As such the main focus of this school of design is to act as the antithesis of of those other looks. Rather than having lots of details and embellishments modern furniture relies on clean lines and stark contrasts.