BY On Jul 13, 2018 Bathroom
Privacy is one of the main concerns while designing an outdoor bathroom cause you wanna feel as comfortable as possible there. There are many ways to achieve comfort and privacy in your outdoor bathroom, and you may choose anything that fits your style. The maximal privacy level is a private courtyard, which is surrounded with walls from all the sides – there’s nothing cozier than that though you may lack the views. One more way to go is to rock not very tall walls or screens around the bathtub, they can be easily DIYed. Cover the bathtub with old shutters if they fit your outdoor space style. If you don’t have time to build anything or don’t want much effort but still want privacy, add curtains around the bathtub.
Wall decor is the first thing that comes to your mind to add interest to your space, and the same can be said about bathrooms. First of all, decide what shade of blue you want – navy is classics and will fit any style but some of you may consider it too dark. Pale and light shades of blue are amazing for creating a relaxed feeling and are especially cool for coastal bathrooms. Bright turquoise and blue accents will enliven the space. if you feel like a moody bathroom, prefer midnight blue. The walls can be spruced up with tiles, wallpapers and various panels, here everything depends on the style and look you want. Don’t be excessive – you don’t need all the walls of the same color and material. Make an accent wall or highlight a shower or a sink with such an accent.
Minimalist decor style is getting more and more popularity and I bet it will conquer the world soon. This laconic style means that you won’t need much to create an impression and the space will be as uncluttered as possible, which is essential for small bathrooms. Clean lines, no clutter and minimal decor will create a relaxing and calming ambience in the space, nothing will distract you during your bathing experiences. To make the bathroom catchier, you may add touches of black for a contrast or wood touches for coziness. Try various textures like concrete, different tiles or whitewashed wood for a bolder look, incorporating any textures in white is another easy idea.
Make each of your spaces Christmassy! Not only your living room, bedroom and kitchen, don’t forget even the smallest spaces like bathrooms. You most likely can’t move around furniture to make room and, between a shower and mirrors, your walls are probably already fairly full. That doesn’t mean you should give up this festive opportunity, though. Here are some ideas to make your bathroom more festive. Bathrooms are usually small – this is the main reason why bringing a Christmassy feel to it is tricky. Use every inch of your space! Some holiday-themed bath mats are a great way to get your bathroom ready for the season in seconds. You may use walls and eve your shower curtain to keep the floor space uncovered. Hang a vintage sleigh on a wall as a shelving unit, make some simple shelf displays or just hang some ornaments on the curtain for holiday cheer.
The collection also includes a toilet, which has a geometric, minimalist appearance with a white ceramic finish and a black flush. It has a square seat and a structure that tapers in at the bottom. The shower panel, which is an ultra-modern monolithic piece, has a matte-black coating and is operated via a touchscreen controller that allows users to choose and save preferred temperatures and water flow. It has both an overhead shower with multiple nozzles and a head shower that attaches to the main structure using magnets.
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