Painting the walls a fresh light color. Keep in mind that less contrast (e.g. lighter walls surrounding your white porcelain fixtures) will make the space feel bigger whereas higher contrast (e.g. darker walls) will add higher energy and visual busy-ness to the bathroom.
When the pedestal sink first became popular it was the most elegant and refined a sink could be and the design revolutionized bathrooms across the world. A while later the trend passed and a new look was preferred followed by another and then another. We’ve now witnessing a renaissance of the freestanding sink with modern and chic designs that reinvent the classic.
The Introverso series takes the pedestal sink to a whole new level. The inspiration for this design was the shape within the form. In other words the design suggests that the elegant silhouette of this pedestal sink was hidden inside the marble block and needed to be revealed much like a sculpture. The shape of the sink is outlined by a series of thin strips of marble.
Installing a shower shelf will not only look beautiful but it will make your previously non-shelf-ed self deliriously happy. There are loads of DIY options for this concept including many that don’t require an entire re-tiling of the shower first. Waterproofing the tub surround is critical in this highly wet bathroom environment so be sure to seal and caulk your tile surround for longevity and cleanliness.
Looking for a real pop in the new year? Opt for neon accents in your white bathroom. These shades work especially well with modern style and features or if you’re trying to bring some happy into your kid’s bathroom.
When you’re researching materials for bathroom walls and the ceiling you can save a little money by painting them with basic interior paint rather than ordering costly bath-specific paint. According to research conducted by consumerreports.org there is sufficient mildew resistance in regular interior paint; satin or semigloss finishes will last the longest with scrubbing.