Bathroom Remodeling | When it comes to the bathroom, every square inch counts. Get inspired by these easy-to-steal decorating tricks for transforming a small and narrow space.
Order of Operation
There are just so many goodies that belong in the bathroom. If you share this space, bring in a slim storage piece that has separate compartments for holding items for everyone in the household.
Before making any big decisions, think about how your bathroom will be used. If it will be a space for escaping to and relaxing, then design it with that intention. A stunning freestanding roll top bath says: serenity now.
Case of the Blues
If you’re in the mood for color, don’t be afraid to add it to the walls. Be daring and thoughtful with your approach. In this bathroom, one wall gets mosaic tiles; the other gets a coat of navy paint. If your palette flows together, the space will feel cohesive.
Bright and cheery accents can transform a white bathroom. This vintage storage cabinet in vibrant turquoise pairs well with stools in invigorating hues of lemon and baby blue.
Time For Reflection
When you think of a rejuvenating bath, blue immediately comes to mind. This mosaic tiled shower feels open, refreshing, and cool. Accent pieces (rainfall showerhead, hanging towel racks) in shiny nickel are sleek and modern choices.
Singing the Blues
When it comes to a bathroom for the kids, make design decisions that are functional and playful. Blue mosaic tiles keep the room feeling fresh and cool. White (for the ceiling and top portions of the walls) brightens up the room. Utilizing the walls for storage is a smart use of space (especially if you have a lot of stuff).
A sleek pedestal sink helps a tight space feel more expansive. Crackle glazed brick tiles offer an unexpected decorative touch.
If you’ve been dreaming of your perfect bathroom for a while now, it may be time to act. The Bath & Kitchen Gallery can help transform your space to make it unique and all your own. If you’re interested in bathroom remodeling, contact The Bath & Kitchen Gallery today, (813) 933-8000.