By Jasmine Corentin. Bathroom Design. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 14:16:25 PM.
To select fixtures and amenities for your baths, think about how you use your current bath. Knott suggests asking yourself a host of questions and sharing the answers with your bathroom designer: Are you right- or left-handed? Do you like to have toiletries and grooming appliances out in the open or tucked away? Would you like a seat in your shower?
Here’s a word of warning, though. It’s going to take more time than you think. Why? Your bathroom may be the smallest room in the house, but you’re going to have to paint slowly and gently around the window, the tub or shower, the sink, the mirror, the toilet, the switchplates, the wall corners, and the floor. This takes time and patience (and a good supply of painter’s tape), so make sure you keep this in mind when planning your renovation.
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.
Less is truly more when it comes to modern spaces. In this school of design, rather than thinking of negative space as something empty that needs to be filled, it’s seen as an active detail in creating a minimalist aesthetic. The key to pulling off this look is making every design element count.
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