Use a monochromatic color scheme in a small bathroom: Depending on the color you choose and how much natural light illuminates your space one color can make your bathroom feel larger. Remember one color doesn’t mean you can’t use hues of one color. A bathroom with varying shades of one color will accomplish the same goal. Soft neutral tones are perfect for this eye fooling trick. If you are able to keep it clean white will make your bathroom feel the largest!
Opt for larger floor tile in a small bathroom: When selecting floor tile choose larger units and patterns that are subtle rather than busy. Less breaking up of the floor lines equates to less visual chopping with your eyes. Flooring should compliment your bathroom and by using small floor tile you will detract from your goal of enlarging the space.
Coastal touches will also be popular in 2014. Look for natural seaside accessories such as rocks shells and driftwood which will give the bathroom that natural beach feel. The design below is a great example of a driftwood mirror which can either be bought or made by yourself; that is if you have the time inclination and access to beach doodads of course.
The graphic below reveals a few interesting tips on how to make a half-bath look bigger by employing several visual tricks. It also encourages users to add efficiency to a three quarter bath by avoiding too many elements as this can clutter things up both visually and physically. Saving space in a full bath is possible by simply investing in a tall and narrow cabinet. And last but not least the infographic lets you know how to make the most of your master bathroom.
Dare to be different. This is the message behind these bathroom products. These beautiful decorated faucets and lavatory basins with stunning patterns colors and textures are decorated with a special technique that creates raised ruby-like flowers and 24k gold tendrils make me feel like a king.
The key to using gold in a modern context is to focus on cutting-edge shapes. Look for items like waterfall faucets and minimalist shower controls in this finish. Also remember that when it comes to gold less is more. Use it as an accent in your design rather than a main component.