We tend to spend a whole lot of time focusing on interior design in our homes. This isn’t all too surprising. Our properties tend to be the biggest and most expensive purchase that we make in our lives, so we’re bound to want to make sure that they are aesthetically pleasing and functional spaces. But when it comes to interior design, the majority of us tend to lay focus on certain rooms over others. Sure, we might want to lay particular emphasis on making sure our bedroom or our lounge is perfect. We spend a lot of time in these rooms. But it’s important that you take every single aspect of your home into account when it comes to creating a haven that is beautiful in its entirety. After all, you want your entire property to tie together and you don’t want any space to drag the overall picture down. One room that we tend to neglect in particular is the bathroom. So, let’s focus on that for now!
Vanities and Cabinets
Every bathroom should have some sort of vanity or cabinet. To start with, these look great. They are one of the few pieces of furniture that we can reasonably incorporate into our bathroom and they hold a whole lot of design potential. This could be what really sets a tone for this space. Secondly, they are essential when it comes to storage space. Cabinets can be used to keep your toiletries, spare toilet rolls, cleaning products… whatever you need to make your bathroom a space that is clean and easy to use. So, browse a selection at Bathroom Supply Store and start creating a great centerpiece for your space.
The majority of us make the mistake of assuming that the bath our bathroom comes with is the bath that we have to accept and that is here to stay. But this really isn’t the case. Sure, having a new bath fitted isn’t necessarily the easiest or most straightforward home renovation. You will have to get plumbers in to ensure that pipes are connected as they should be and to ensure that there is a working water supply to the faucets. But it really can be worth it. Consider the huge variety of styles out there. Claw foot baths are extremely appealing. As are larger baths that really let you stretch out!
Bathrooms tend to be relatively neutral spaces. Because the rooms tend to be relatively small in comparison to other spaces in our home, we tend to be reluctant to paint the walls bolder colours, as we don’t want to minimise the appearance of the room. Windows also tend to be smaller or have blinds drawn, so we also generally opt for lighter colours. But accessories can be used to add a touch of colour or to create a colour scheme. These could include towels, shower curtains, or bath mats.
While bathrooms might not initially seem to have much design potential, they really do. So, it’s time to give them a little TLC!