By . Bathroom Design. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 02:19:30 AM.
To be livable, your new bathroom must accommodate a host of items you use every day. Take a look at what you store in your bath now to make an honest assessment of the types of storage you’ll need.
Open shelving doesn’t take up much space and can allow you to put bales of towels up high. A heated towel rail provides not only heating but somewhere to hang, and dry, your soggy towels and keep them off the floor.
Keeping clean lines is great way to create the illusion of space in a smaller bathroom. Say no to anything fussy. And maximising natural light will always help. While you don’t have to stick to white, lighter colours will definitely work better. Take advantage of the many smaller and narrower vanities, sinks and toilets on the market which are designed with small spaces in mind.
There has been a shift – inspired by globalisation and travel – towards decoration with artisanal pieces and cultural relics infused with personality and memory, colour and pattern.
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