Bathroom lighting is generally one of the least thought about items in the home, given the amount of time we spend in the bathroom you would think this is top priority. The lighting in your bathroom should get the same attention as the lighting throughout the rest of the home. Most modern bathrooms are more than just a pit-stop in your day it is now a place to relax and recharge. Homeowners are now adding a spa tubs, shower systems and even steam showers.
The toilet handle you have to jiggle a little, the shower doors that will almost instantly get mildewed unless you leave them open “just so,” the slightly loose tile on the floor to the right of the sink? There are lots of irritating little bathroom flaws that we never seem to take care of and just learn to live with them instead.
The quickest way to transform a bath is to change the look of its walls. When considering your options, remember that a bathroom wall covering must stand up to heat, moisture and frequent cleaning. Mixing and matching materials for their strengths in different areas works well, especially if the room has divided spaces. Here are three options:
To ensure that your new or refurbished bath has just the right color scheme, one of the first items on your project list should be to consider bathroom color and paint ideas. From bright and lively looks to darker hues that can create a cozy, welcoming feel, you’ll have a rainbow of colors to choose from.
A powder room is probably one of the most overlooked room in the house next to the basement, it is a smaller room off a main living space usually with just a toilet and a sink. No one really thinks about it but it is a key room in the house for visitors. Even though this room is small it can still be just as beautiful as the other rooms. Continue reading