Your bathroom doesn’t have to be a room full of bland, white tiles. It can take on a very stylish look. All it takes is a bit of creativity on your end to completely transform the room. Here are a few chic bathroom designs to feed your imagination.
Mix up the Bathroom Furniture
For a shabby chic look, consider mixing up the furniture as opposed to buying furniture in sets. This means that chairs, shelves, the counter, and cabinet should each have their own distinct style, color, and finish. An example of this would be the following:
- Chairs and stool: wicker
- Cabinet: distressed oak
- Counter: marble or stone
- Shelves: wrought iron
To put it simply, the less uniform the room is the better.
Incorporate Vintage Accessories
Incorporate a combination of lighting fixtures, mirrors, and other decorative items. Some good décor ideas include movie or advertising posters from the early to mid-1900s. Similarly, the windowsill is also a good area for placing small vintage accessories like gnomes or figurines that would normally be used elsewhere. The idea is to create a welcoming vibe that’s somewhat unconventional for a bathroom.
Make It Elegant
Give the light fixtures some serious thought when remodeling the bathroom. How about a small chandelier? Better yet, consider a candle chandelier. Even if you don’t light candles, the fixture still makes for a chic design especially if fitted with partially used candles.
Finally, consider burning incense. This engages the other senses and helps create the ambiance you’re aiming for.
We Do Chic Bathroom Designs and Much More
Contact DreamMaker to speak with a general contractor if one or more rooms in yout home is due for a makeover. A total transformation is better achieved when major components like the bathtub, toilet, or tiles are replaced. On a final note, keep in mind that the chic bathroom design ideas mentioned are also suitable for living room and kitchen remodeling.
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Edited by Justin Vorhees