The master bathroom or luxury bathrooms today include at least a toilet, bidet, two sinks, separate tub and shower, whirlpool or spa and perhaps more. There are half bathrooms that only have a sink and toilet while full bathrooms have bathtub and shower combo along with it. Smaller bathrooms may just have shower area or corner shower stall instead of both tub and shower. Children’s bathroom may omit a thing or two but is more colorful and has energetic feel.
Decorating your bathroom sounds easy enough. You have your toilet, your tub, a countertop, a sink and you’re done, right? Wrong.
Decorating a bathroom is harder than it looks if you actually care about interior design. Interior design for bathrooms involves much more than just where to put your toilet and tub.
Tips to bring new life to your bathroom
New Lighting: Simple and cost effective.
One of the most overlooked things in a new bathroom is the lighting, which is often the most cost effective way to add a touch of brilliance to your new bathroom.
Making it match or total make over?
A great idea for a cost-effective design plan is to decide on hardware that matches your current tile and counter tops.
Faucets: Standard or amazing?
The faucet is yet another simple upgrade that should not be down played. An artistic faucet is an affordable addition that will keep your bathroom looking amazing.
Here are a few unique photos that may spark your creativeness for your next photo session.