Cara Curry. Bathroom. October 06th , 2017.
The Eclectic Bathroom. To be eclectic is to just take from various sources or ideas. If you're looking for small bathroom ideas, a great way to do it is to take from different styles and add them all together. One great eclectic design idea is to have a ceiling mounted shower head. Just add an awesome looking circular shower curtain and you'll have a unique style others will admire.
Remodeling a small bath has several challenges. Finding good small bathroom ideas, however, is much easier than many homeowners think. Whether the makeover involves a master bath, a powder room or any other smaller area, it is possible to find great ideas to make the space optimally functional and attractive. Challenges. Small baths present both typical challenges for remodelers and unique issues. The first issue in any remodel is cost. Regardless of the size of your bath, the basic plumbing fixtures must be included, as well as ventilation, lighting, electricity and accessibility, before exploring other ideas.
Finding Small Bathroom Ideas. Most homeowners are relieved to discover abundant sources of small bathroom ideas for design and decorating. These include: Books on bathroom design or remodeling. Home decorating and design magazines. Books of house plans. Visit model homes in new neighborhoods. Ask your neighbors what they have done. Displays at home improvement stores and kitchen and bath stores. Talk with a remodeling designer or a home planner. Check remodeling websites. Explore websites for manufacturers of fixtures and other materials. Planning your Renovations.
In working with a small area, planning each aspect of the remodel is critical. You will want to ensure every decision fits with all other choices and decisions. Any mistakes in choosing items you will use in your remodel or colors will be exaggerated in a small bathroom. Begin with your budget. Know how much you can spend, because you will almost certainly need to compromise in selecting fixtures and other materials. Then, set priorities for your design and the materials. For example, is it more important to have a spa shower or to have a heated floor?
Nothing makes a bathroom look smaller than clutter. Such things as towels on the counter, a magazine rack next to the toilet, statues, and bulky pictures should be reserved for larger rooms in the home. This also includes the bathtub itself. Shampoo bottles and soaps should be kept off the showers edges and instead stored in an accessible place that's out of view. One of the best solutions for storage is cabinets, especially recessed cabinets that are imbedded directly into the wall. This gives the bathroom extra space because it utilizes the area behind the bathroom itself. Cabinets and vanities that stick out are huge space wasters, so replacing those alone will do wonders for the perceived spacial elements of your bathroom.
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