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A Sparkling Bathroom

Countertops and backsplashes

Colorful walls with mosaic tiles or wallpaper could contrast powerfully with B/W countertops and backsplashes. The walls and floors could include a variety of designs like hexagons in an immense range of tile materials that cater to every budget. Marble and granite countertops and backsplashes serve such purposes best and would last and last with some care.

Work out the color schemes

The temptations are too many and decisions would have to be made about materials and color choices. Faint shades work well for bathrooms or even white combined with some bright colors. Colors would match the bathtub and shower curtain or shower walls. An overall fantasy is thus an indulgence each morning and a reward after work.

A bathroom with a view

Though bathroom activities are private, the view through the windows can be stimulating. While tons of concrete would dull the senses, nature views would be exhilarating. If such vistas are available, incorporate them into the setting. Walls could also display such sumptuous scenes if the real thing is not available.

Create a private space with the bathroom vanity

A vanity makes a world of a difference! Besides compulsory storage spaces for essentials like towels for weeks and months, it helps express first thing in the morning. What about a suspended mirror as a novelty? An endless variety of bathroom vanity styles crowded the internet in rustic and contemporary settings.

Decisions and more decisions

Whether it would be the traditional white, light hues or a mixture of shades and colors is a personal decision. Antique or modern styles of fittings and furniture are another decision. Avoid clutter and keep some area free to avoid getting wedged in. Plan it all, according to available space and budget. A vanity and mirror fixed to the wall above the floor create some room. Shelves high up on the wall to save floor space too.