Antiques in bathrooms

antiques in bathrooms

Bathrooms represent an often underutilized opportunity to tie together the design style of an interior by incorporating harmonious elements from adjoining rooms. Adding antiques into bathrooms is an overlook option sometimes because the bathrooms are small, or function trumps fashion or people are afraid their antiques will get destroyed. This is a beautiful example of how an antique element can add life and warmth in an original way to a space.

By |2011-01-11T12:33:53-05:00September 8th, 2010|Bathroom Design, DESIGN ADVICE|

Adding darker colors to one or two walls

If you are fearful of fully committing to a room which covers all the walls in a room with darker colors, which is completely understandable, another option is to paint one or two walls darker. This is particularly effective for work studios where it’s essential to have perhaps a dark grey behind a workstation to add elegance and be easier on the eyes, or in interiors which have a lot of natural light.


By |2010-10-17T08:53:12-04:00August 23rd, 2010|Color Palettes, DESIGN ADVICE, Wallcoverings|
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