A single change in the color scheme can not only make the room spacious but also create a relaxing atmosphere. Light or neutral colors such as beige, light green or gray can be effective for a successful bathroom renovation project. You can use the same shade of tiles to create an impression of increased space.
Today, most people live in the heart of the city, and as a result most of them have small size bathrooms in their home. However, don't let this hinder you in creating a stylish space. There are plenty of bathroom accessories that can help you create great and minimalistic design for your bathroom theme. There are plenty of accessories such as tiles, sinks, vanities and wallpapers to make your bathroom more lavish and roomier than it really is.
You will also want to add some splash of colour. When using a lot of light colours and your bathroom items are all white, you find that the space can start to look clinical. While minimalistic design is a top choice, adding a few splashes of colour and brighten your room. Consider bright coloured towels or a colourful blind, something to take the eye away from the light and minimalist overall design.
A regular bathtub makes it super impractical to clean every once in a while due to its unnecessarily large size, which invariably causes more back aches than one needs in a single lifetime. Every nook or cranny of a walk-in tub's enclosure is extremely easy to reach and clean.
The ceiling may be an area of the bathroom least thought of to have wooden surfaces incorporated. However, by placing natural looking planks, you bring a warm rustic look to the room. In order to help with potential moisture issues, settle for pieces that have been treated with urethane or linseed oil. Linseed oil is a natural substance, which helps protect the boards from water damage. Polyurethane, which is also commonly called urethane, is often used on decks and docks to prevent warping and rotting. In order to protect the joists, put in a second layer between the planks and the joists. Sheeting the area with 15-pound tar paper will help keep the joists dry. The tar paper acts as a barrier between the planks and the joist to prevent moisture from rotting the joists; it remains unseen under the surface. As always, use a fan to help with evaporation.
Look at the larger picture of the sum total of all the items in there. That would include the central vanity that would be a single or double cupboard like storage space and include the sink on the top. The setup is incomplete without the crucial large-sized mirror, usually a separate unit fixed to the wall. What else? A bathtub or shower enclosure is essential and you would need the shower rod and the curtain. The faucets, lighting fixture, and the electrical connections complete the basic setup. Additional adornment like wall hangings and art pieces would depend on the space available. An overall color-matching scheme would present a neat appearance, perhaps all whites or soothing grays and creams.
If you aren't familiar with such details, spend some time looking around online. You can also watch tutorials videos to gain some tips for how to properly install a wall hung basin. Once you have the right materials, you need to think about the product.