Think of a shower‘s interior as a blank canvas awaiting your artistic touch. Though you‘ll save money by creating walls from sheets of acrylic, cultured marble, or solid‐ surfacing, you‘ll produce more interesting perimeters and floors if you work with ceramic, stone, glass, or marble tiles. Use varying sizes and shades of the same type of tile to create contrasting borders, fetching niches, and mosaic murals on shower walls. For natural interest underfoot, install river rock or pebbled tile floors. Arrange inexpensive ceramic tiles (in a monochromatic mix or a bold blend) on the walls above a prefab shower unit or across the walls of a walk‐ in cubicle.
All you need here is the right slab of wood, and the more untreated and rugged it is, the better. Of course, some bathrooms demand a more polished approach to even the live‐ edge vanity top, but we will get to that later. A beautiful and natural slab of wood acting as a vanity top in the bathroom often ends up becoming the unrivaled focal point of the space it graces, and it can also define and determine the style of the room itself. Despite the vanity top acting as an entire vanity on its own, there is plenty of counter space here, and you can extend the length of the vanity top to create even more.
Bathrooms aren‘t always known for being very colorful spaces. If your bathroom is decorated in a traditional style with neutral colors, you might enjoy the fresh and bright look that vivid, bold colors can bring. Colors like azure blue or tangerine orange represent energy, while viridian green has a calming effect. To add some accent colors, you can start by choosing a bright crimson red or teal vanity paired with an ornate mirror. You can take those shades to the next level with a pop of yellow. Whether you choose to paint an entire wall with an accent color, or just add some sophisticated decorations in vivid colors, it will bring your current bathroom design to the next level.