Building an ideal bathroom in a studio flat made easy.
Realising the fact that a studio flat or small apartments combine all the living and usage space together like the bedroom, kitchenette and of course, the living room; therefore, the bathroom needs to exude a vibrant aura of joy, comfort and thrill.
Given the multiple and frequent usage, the bathroom may turn out to be mundane. Therefore, it is important to rejuvenate the bathroom space with the most exciting elements.
Let the effervescent side of your mind do the planning, which is bound to create a fascinating ambiance out of your bathroom. Mainly, transform the wall with more exciting and lively colours, art pieces, and modest shelves from the vast ranges of bathroom furniture and accessories.
Soft shades of colour can always blend with smaller space, apparently, bathrooms may be relatively smaller in size, and they can blissfully be ornate with subtle blue or taupe, with appropriate shades of fixtures and tiles, suggestively, white in colour. Big size art pieces or artistic images or posters can be very pertinent in embellishing, because the availability of space across the toilet, sink or above the toilet is usually very less; but most importantly, cluttering or crowding must be avoided. The colour shades that are used can also be the impression for other rooms swathe in it. The space over the toilet area can be intelligently used for furniture, to be specific, the shelves.
Interestingly, mirrors can be part of the bathroom. Ideally, smaller ones suffice well on the wall. Further sprightly decorating or embellishing them can make the bathroom exhilarating. Tailor-made or perfectly designed bevelled framed mirrors those are pre-cut go well with the realm. Colour tones or schemes tend to be crucial, hence choose them according to the tone of the bathroom; preferably, a cherry gloss finish or a regular black framed mirror can add to the splendour.
Remember, accessories play a vital role in beautifying and making your bathroom look stylish and elegant. Therefore, attractive towel rugs and towels with colours which stand out or appear distinctive amidst all the accompaniments in the decor; bath towels can be in dark shades, whereas hand towels and other cloths can be of light shades.
As for shelves, big size shelves might make the bathroom look small. Therefore, smaller floating shelves are apt for such a space, which can realise the additional storage space requirement. They can ideally be over the toilet shelves or cabinets or mirrors that can serve you perfectly, storing all the essential items in them, concealing everything inside the space.
Also, you can add more enlivening hues to your bathroom, simultaneously making them look larger, with the type of curtains you include in the setting. Plastic liner curtains of lighter shades or colours can make your bathroom look illustrious and bigger. The colours that blend with the colour of the wall and transparent ones with designs can prove most apt.
Tauseef Hussain is a media blogger and writes on Bathroom and Home Decor. You can follow him on twitter @usef4u. Article provided by QS Supplies (www.qssupplies.co.uk)