11 Ways to Give Your Bathroom Big Personality
Does your toilet lack a certain charm? Maybe it is a small builder’s particular, with an outdated dressing table, too little natural lighting, or you are simply tired of white . Here are a few inspirational rooms which will make you throw your layout rule book out the window.
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc..
First, retrain your brain. Why do so many baths lack a certain charm? Since we tend to rule out specific elements like bold or large-scale background, fearing we are breaking some sort of small-space rule. Forget your preconceived notions about furnishing and decorating the restroom.
Laura Britt Design
Move daring: A strong kelly green paint colour sets a strong tone for this large bathroom. All the other elements in the room play off this accent wall.
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
Strategy it like a living room: While the majority of people will not have a bathing room this large, it is inspiring to see surprising elements like the mural, the lack of tile, the fireplace, the lighting fixture and the furniture.
One principle NOT to throw : Assess security codes when using a dangling lighting similar to this one and a bathtub in the same room.
Accessorize with flair (or even crazy abandon): A capiz shell lamp, large paisley background, elegant mirror and nesting tables aren’t items we are utilized to seeing powder rooms.
Get glossy: This bath lacked natural lighting, so the designer employed bright green paint and copious amounts of white to brighten it up. The glossy finish of the green paint enriches the lighting.
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Add ornamental accents: An attractive ceramic pooch tops off a classy black and white color palette. Who knew python, hot-pink zebra, and a canine could look so great together?
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
Use atypical elements: A exceptional washstand, geometric background, intricate mirror and Asian rug are topped off by an equestrian sculpture, infusing the area with style.
Dara Rosenfeld Design
One enormous gesture: A stunning lava rock wall makes this toilet a exceptional spot for a relaxing soak.
Get reflective: Metallic finishes and wallpaper, crystal and mirrors fixtures play with the light and change this powder room into a glamorous place.
Martha O’Hara Interiors
Mix styles: Those damn principles in your head probably made you think your needed to adhere to a style in a small powder room. Wrong! This bath has modern, Old-World, glamorous, regency, Asian and just a hint of rustic style going on, and it balances out to equal one stunner of a room.
John Lum Architecture, Inc.. AIA
Forget resale! For our final example I shall choose the most controversial toilet we have observed on Houzz. Some commenters said it was”like jail” for them. However, its minimalist appearance suited the owner/designer’s sensibilities and he is the only one that bathes here, so if he enjoys its light-filled, exposed-beamed, industrial-with-rusty-accents aesthetic, that’s all that matters. One guy’s Em City is just another guy’s Zen.
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