Making Sure Your Bathroom Elements Work Together

January 3, 2022

The bathrooms in your home should be more than a place where you do your necessary duties. It should also be a place of peace and serenity. Part of creating a peaceful and serene bathroom is ensuring that you have a bathroom design that works cohesively. Keep reading to learn more about how you can ensure that your bathroom elements work together.

Bathroom Furniture

The bathroom furniture you choose, such as cabinets, vanities, and sinks, are some of the most important considerations for any bathroom remodel. These items are not only functional, but they also serve as major focal points in the bathroom. To choose bathroom furniture that is suitable for your household members, consider the amount of storage you’ll need, and the sink cabinet combination options that are available in your preferred style. 

 

Wall And Floor Colors

Colors can be used to create optical illusions in your bathroom and evoke certain feelings. Use colors on your walls and floors to evoke the feeling you want. Looking for a warm and cozy feeling in your bathroom? Try wood wall coverings and ceramic tile floors. Want a high-end-looking bathroom? Marble floors can give you the high-end finish you’re looking for. The possibilities are endless. Talk to an experienced bathroom designer about your floor and wall color and texture options.

 

Lighting

Great lighting is a must for bathrooms. At a minimum, you will need a primary light source over the mirror, as well as accent lights like sconces on either side of the sink countertop. Your main light source will help illuminate you when you shave or put on makeup, and the accent lights will ensure that you don’t have any shadowy areas on your face. If you can, try incorporating more natural light into your bathroom by installing more windows or a skylight. 

 

Fixtures and Hardware

Although hardware may seem like a small detail, it can make a big difference in your bathroom design. Not only does it have to coordinate with each other, but it also has to support the overall style of your bathroom. Brushed and oiled metal fixtures are great for those who want a rustic-looking bathroom, while bronze may be the better option for a deluxe contemporary bathroom. Your bathroom designer in Maryland will help you decide on the best hardware for your desired bathroom look. 

 

Get The Bathroom You Want

The MD bathroom remodeling experts at Bath Doctor are here to help you create a beautifully-designed bathroom. For over 40 years, we’ve been helping homeowners transform their bathrooms into home oases. Get started on yours today by giving us a call at (410) 444-4133 for your FREE estimate. 

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