The way you design your bathroom greatly influences the final look of the house. We often tend to overlook the necessity of designing a bathroom in such a way that its functional value is accentuated. Bathrooms should not be ignored and defined as a place behind closed doors which can be conveniently overlooked. Here are some tips tat can be kept in mind while modeling your master bathroom.
Create a sense of space
Glass walls and sliding doors open up the bathroom to your master bedroom, thereby creating a sense of space. Grommeted curtain panels can be attached to allow privacy while using the bathroom. This style not only adds to the beauty of your room, but also gives a touch of versatility to it.
Cover up the plumbing lines
Plumbing parts need not ruin the overall look of your bathroom. You can cover up the pipes that run below the basin using open cubbies with removable panels in order to access the pipes whenever you want.
Choose colors that sooth
Pastel shades like soft hues of blue and green impart a sense of serenity and calmness to the bathroom. The best option is to paint your bathroom a shade lighter than your bedroom to maintain a sense a coherence and harmony between the two rooms.
Remember to include a closet for linens
You can carefully plan the wall cabinets of your bathroom to keep all the necessary linens in one place and be better organized. This will save time and also improve the functional aspect of your bathroom.
Save space by installing sliding doors
Sliding doors are more compact and convenient than traditional swinging doors, as the latter occupies more floor space. You can choose the color of the door to create a contrast with the bed linen, curtains and wall color of the master bedroom and bathroom.
The way you design and accesorize your bathroom greatly impacts the final look of your master bathroom and bedroom. Therefore its best to maintain a look and feel of harmony and continuity between the two rooms.