By Pierrette Charbonnier. Bathrooms. Tuesday, August 15th 2017, 00:56:23 AM.
The bathroom is most likely one of your home’s smallest rooms, if not the smallest. But this fact doesn’t confine its destiny to dark unpleasantness, oh certainly not! There are many bathroom designs and strategies that can help this diminutive room look and feel like utterly welcoming, stylish, and vibrant. In other words, even the smallest of bathrooms can seem larger than life. Read on to find many fabulous bathroom decorating ideas that speak to you and your (tiny) space.
particularly claw-foot tubs — have always had a cult following, but today’s designers and homeowners are having a renewed love affair with the old-fashioned concept. Current styles are a far cry from their ancestors, who were more likely to be made of wood or copper. As materials have advanced, so have our bathtubs, moving from porcelain-covered cast iron to stone and new composites. Whatever the material, this style of tub automatically becomes the focal point of your bathroom.
Shelf vanities are also very practical and great at keeping the room spacious and airy. You can easily build something as stylish as this yourself. You’d need the support legs and a thick wooden counter. If you want you can also add a bottom shelf for towel storage. A wall-mounted vanity doesn’t necessarily have to mean less storage space. You can have sufficient storage and keep the room spacious with a design that’s simple and practical. You can conceal the drawers by choosing not to add drawer pulls or knobs and to instead use a hidden system.