This post is one in a series on remodeling small bathrooms. To access the lead post, please select the link in the prior sentence.
Prior posts discussed more mundane aspects of your bathroom remodel: Contractor selection, structuring a contract, permits, phases of a remodeling job, and building codes.
Now we get into the good stuff. The aesthetics. All that other stuff is necessary, but invisible in the finished result (not completely invisible, but you know what I mean).
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The significant topics relative to design are: colors, materials, and styles.
You can create totally different feelings in a room with the use of color. Want the room to feel like it’s outdoors? It’s a cave? Warmer? Cooler? Color has very subtle yet significant effects on how we feel.
From flooring, to tub/shower surrounds, to vanities and counter tops, to sinks and faucets, you have an almost endless variety to decide between. My advise is to start with eliminating what you know you don’t want.
Same as colors, the variety is almost too great! Different styles of tiles feel different (natural stone vs ceramic tiles for example) and of course plumbing and lighting fixtures come in so many varieties, narrowing down your options to what you think works best for you can take quite a while. Don’t rush it.
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