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Sunday, 12 May 2013

Master bathroom design


When you redecorate your master bedroom, don't leave the master bathroom out in the cold! You can add some zing to your bathroom too and create a cohesive theme between the two rooms that will give you a real sweet master suite.

One thing you need to do when redecorating your master bathroom is to be sure to tie in some of the elements from your bedroom. You don't have to make it an identical match, but using a common color or theme will really unite the two rooms. If your bedroom has a cottage theme, carry this over into the bathroom by putting out some shells in dishes on the vanity. If your bedroom is more shabby chic with big floral wallpaper, then think about carrying the color of the flowers into the master bathroom.

One of the big design elements in the bathroom is the hardware. Faucets and spigots, in addition to tubs and toilets are made in a variety of shapes and materials which can be the centerpiece of your design. Open showers are currently popular with the younger upwardly-mobile crowd, and claw-foot bathtubs are almost always considered to be classic and attractive. When selecting hardware and figuring out a floor plan, think about privacy issues and don't put the toilet and tub too close together.

source :manavkataria.wordpress, (2013), Master bathroom design [ONLINE]. Available at:http://manavkataria.wordpress.com/2010/08/04/bathroom-interior-design/bottom-left/ [Accessed 10 May 13]

Another big element in the bathroom is the tiling. The more expensive tiles should have durability, aesthetic value, and a non-porous surface. Make sure your tiles can be easily cleaned and sanitized, and that it is easy to install and does not require special adhesives which can become costly. When choosing tile, think out of the box. You don't have to use only porcelain tile, consider marble, clay and anything else you see in the store that catches your eye.

Once you have the design down and selected the major elements, focus on decoration accessories to bring out personality and individualism. The bathroom doesn't have to just be functional and putting interesting items on the walls or shelves is a great way to give the room some character. Don't be afraid to use your own ideas and put what you want into the room when redecorating your master bathroom.

you could make spaces that are above the ground and can offer more room for what you need. For example, in case you have a small home and the bedrooms aren't exactly very big, you can create a loft space where the bed is raised higher than the ground and the ground level is used for living, reading, and lounging. This helps you maximize other areas of your house.


The key to successfully designing your small home lies on making the most of the space that you have. Function needs to be on the forefront of your mind when trying to create a lasting impression in terms of decor. Visual aesthetics can be hard to apply if you aren't sure what to do, so make sure that you take the concepts above and then try to see where they will fit for your small space.
Source :nicespace. 2013. nicespace. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.nicespace.me/. [Accessed 06 May 13] 




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