1. GO AIRY WITH WHITE ON WHITE.
White finishes can make any space look bigger, but they’re especially effective in a bathroom. Since a bathroom typically has lots of white fixtures already (tub, toilet and wash basin), using white for other surfaces creates a seamless look that makes the space appear as airy as possible.
2. TRY TONE ON TONE.
Not a fan of stark white? You can still get a very big and breezy effect with a tone-on-tone palette in warm beige, soft grays or even faint hues such as powder blue. Choose a sumptuous tile, and find a paint color for the remaining walls that picks up on one of the hues within it. The overall effect is still serene and spa-like, without the jarring visual breaks to shrink your perception of the space.
3. USE A FLOATING VANITY.
A floating vanity gives you lots of room to store dailyessentials, but the free space underneath makes the area feel a lot more open.In a very small space, having a little bit more room to plant your feet canmake a big difference.
4. GO BIG WITH YOUR MIRROR.
Splurge on a large mirror with a beautiful frame, or go wall-to-wall with a custom-sized piece. The effect can be so powerful that you need little else to make the room look perfectly finished.This can be especially effective in slim powder rooms with small walls that don’t take much glass to cover.
5. APPLY BRIGHT LIGHITNG.
Good lighting is important to making any space look big and open, but in bathrooms, which often don’t have much natural light available, it’s especially important. Plus, in a bathroom, you need good lighting to do things such as shave or apply makeup effectively, so its importance can’t be overstated.
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