By Yannick Toinette. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 13:37:19 PM.
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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.
Here’s a word of warning, though. It’s going to take more time than you think. Why? Your bathroom may be the smallest room in the house, but you’re going to have to paint slowly and gently around the window, the tub or shower, the sink, the mirror, the toilet, the switchplates, the wall corners, and the floor. This takes time and patience (and a good supply of painter’s tape), so make sure you keep this in mind when planning your renovation.
Make at least one circuit dimmable - In the bathroom, you really should have at least one dimmable circuit if you can. If nothing else, it will help avoid being blinded when you’re visiting the bathroom in the middle of the night, and it’s a great way to get flexibility if you only have one or two light sources.
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