By Pierrette Charbonnier. Bathrooms. Tuesday, August 15th 2017, 00:54:57 AM.
Research has shown that using more of dark colors in a small bathroom makes it look and feel smaller but the reverse is the case when you add lighter colors. If the cabinetry in the bathroom is brown, you can visually enlarge the space by going for tiles that are of light color, may be the same as the bathtub and also have brown designs. Ensure that the tiles you opt for are larger in size as this helps to make the space look larger.
In most homes, the size of the bathrooms is always small and if you are experiencing same, it simply means you are not alone. If you should opt for home improvements that are geared towards physically enlarging your small bathroom, it is sure to be very expensive and time consuming, with all the attendant stress. Not to worry though because with the few listed colorful ideas below, you will be able to visually enlarge your small bathroom without being stressed both physically and financially.
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.