By . Bathroom. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 18:19:53 PM.
Another thing to consider is the moisture. Since mold and mildew develop easily in a bathroom, and humidity and temperature change often, it’s a good idea to invest in high quality paint with a satin finish. You may also want to go over the ceiling with a special bathroom paint that helps resist the growth of mold.
One thing that many people learn is that replacing the flooring in their bathroom is cheap, because it is a relatively small area. While not all bathrooms are small, the majority of them are. This should open up a world of opportunities in terms of the types of flooring that you can consider. Some of the most popular options include ceramic tile, vinyl, and marble/travertine.
It’s a relatively simple strategy to pull off in the living room and bedroom, with so many feel-good fabrics at your disposal. But how to do the same in the bathroom? One way is to shake up your tile size, layout and pattern. Harness the calm, spa-like shades of beige and stone, but ‘colour block’ by using different tiles for subtly different tones, such as the big, square floor tiles, rectangular wall tiles and pencil-thin mosaics in this room.
This included creating ‘his and hers’ bathrooms on the top floor. This luxurious bathroom is Chantel’s own space and was designed around the freestanding slipper bath. A window, where the taps are now, was boarded up and replaced by a skylight to draw light down into the room. The marble tiles complete the luxurious look.
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