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Interior for Bathroom


It’s true that a small bathroom can feel cozy and intimate. But it can also feel claustrophobic and depressing. Depending on your decorating style, it can be quiet and sophisticated, charming, or sparkling like a jewel box. No matter what style you decorate your small bath, though; it will always be a small bath. But with a bit of visual magic, color change, and lighting, you can transform your small bath into a cozy retreat. A bathroom is a very special space, but the theories about space enlargement apply here as to any other room in the house. Pale, soft color schemes tend to give the illusion of more space. I'm not saying that the small bath has to be pink, but avoid strong, exciting colors. Use the bright for accessories and towels, but select pastel tones, neutrals, and whites for backgrounds. "Cool" colors give the feeling of serenity without taking up any counter space, you can add extra lighting to "open up" the look of your bathroom and add interest. Recessed can lighting can be installed into the ceiling and focused on any work space. Wall sconces or a countertop lamp will add warmth. More expensive alternatives for bringing more light into the room would be skylights, larger windows, or Solitudes. If your space will hold it, get a larger mirror to place in front of the bathroom sink.

The mirror will reflect all the light in the room, and pick up the color and pattern. You might consider a collection of mirrors arranged artistically in the place of one large mirror. Just like with the walls, the floor will appear to open up if it's done with a light color. If you cannot replace the flooring, choose a large, light-colored rug over your existing flooring. If you have an artistic flair or a friend who does, you should consider painting or stenciling a decorative mural on the largest open wall. Or hang a framed picture that looks like a window, looking out onto a garden or beautiful horizon. These can help to expand the look of your space. Any piece of art that shows an outdoor vista will help to enlarge the feeling of the room.