Play with bathroom colors. It is easier to experiment with various colors because of its size but make sure that the colors will complement your accessories and decorations. However, the best color choice would still be something that will make your half bathroom space look bigger.
With the wall hung basins, you mount them to the wall, which leaves you with ample floor space below. The great thing about this is that you are not restricted, you can choose whether to place a cabinet below the basin, maybe a bin or your washing basket. There is nothing that has you forced to use the space, which gives the impression of a more spacious room design now and moving forward.
Acrylic shower panels are easy to clean and maintain. To remove dirt and soap buildup, all you have to do is wipe the panels with a damp cloth. The picture shower panels make it easy to hide stains. Stubborn dirt can be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner. You can also use a solution of vinegar and water to clean your panels. When you want to change the mood of your bathroom, simply choose panels with different pictures.
Marble bathroom countertops are also very easy to keep clean and maintain. Wipe up spills right after they happen and wipe them down on a daily basis to keep them clean. In both instances, you should use a soft cloth or sponge. Contrary to popular belief, marble will not stain easily, especially darker colored marble. You might need to have your marble resealed every once in awhile, but it is easy to find companies that can do this for you or you can learn how to do it yourself. However, not all types of marble need to be sealed. If you aren't sure if yours should be resealed, talk to your fabrication and installation company for their professional opinion.
In addition to putting timber in the shower, you can extend this idea through the entire bathroom. If you have woodwork throughout your home, it can help tie your bathroom into this look. Using a tongue and groove plank is best in this instance to help keep moisture from seeping through. You should always line the floor before installing the planks just to keep any water from getting through to the foundation.
An apron front installation is reserved for alcove zones in the bathroom where the entryway of the tub stands parallel to the back wall. This side-to-wall style of installation is normally suited for walk-in tubs that have three sides uncovering the leveling legs of the tub. The linear space between the wall and walk-in tub is sealed shut to control the flow of splashing water and prevent mold growth from forming underneath the tub.
No bathroom is too small when you utilize these strategic tips and tricks. Now it's over to you. Leverage these ideas and get creative. The best transformation you have never thought possible just takes a little planning and daring to be different.