With the raising cost of homes, many people decide to remodel and redecorate rather than to new of different homes to meet the needs of growing families. There is little reason why renovated bathroom can’t be as exciting as one in a new home.
Usually, remodeling is thought of as involving significant structural changes to the bathroom. The most common improvement includes converting a room or other space into a bathroom, enlarging an existing bathroom, or adding an entirely new bathroom. Remodeling, of course, also can consist of replacing the fixtures, or possibly adding a shower over an existing tub.
Redecorating often a part of the improvement, but it does not include structural changes. The most common way of visually transforming a bathroom through redecorating. A new color on the walls can add a feeling of spaciousness and brightness. New patterns of wallpaper can add excitement. Choosing new towels, shower curtains, and other accessories is an easy way to redecorate.
Approaches to bathroom redecoration are no different than they are for any part of the home, as the day of the darb bathroom is over. New materials for floors, walls, and bath enclosures combine attractiveness with ease of cleaning.
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A knowledge of new products on the market will help you plan an attractive, functional bathroom that adds to family enjoyment now and resale value of the home in the future. Assistance in remodeling and redecoration can be obtained from a specialist at contracting firms, bath boutique shops, department stores, and interior decorating stores. Some interior decorators and architects specialize in bathroom decoration and design.
Planning decorative effects
Bath boutique and bath sections of the leading department stores now offer color combinations and accessories that were not available a short time ago. Color coordination is available with matching or complementary towels, rugs, other appointments, and fixtures. Decorative towels racks, paper holders, and faucets are glorifying the bathroom.
Perhaps the explanation for this extension of luxury into the bathroom is simply that the entire house is under scrutiny today from a decorator’s standpoint. People are being influenced to experiment with light, sound, color, and pattern. Ideas that were avoided a few years ago now are accepted. People no longer know what type of decor to expect when they enter someone’s home – the possibilities are limitless. People are expressing their individuality through their home decor.
The decorator strives to please the eye by presenting refreshing rather than annoying effects. Sometimes he may even wish to startle the beholder.
Decorating is as individual as people are single. However, some guidelines that have proved successful for other people may be helpful.
First, choose a background color for the wall ceiling, and floor. The color need not be the same tone on all surfaces but will probably be pastel tones of the same color. Next, select a color for bathroom fixtures that will go well with the background color – perhaps another shade of the basic color. Accents in the room can be provided by toweling, shower curtain, carpeting, a lavatory of a different color.