So I was visiting a friend recently. Well, she had a small house but it was full of love and warmth. While I settled in the guest room, I noticed that she had a small but well maintained and beautiful limestone bathroom tiles fitted making it appear bigger. I asked her about bathrooms aesthetics and I am happy to share her tricks and some inspo. with you all:
- Large Light Coloured Bathroom Tiles : Large Light Coloured Tiles such as white, cream or beige visually enhance a small bathroom and widen the space, making it appear bigger, so apply that to you picking such tiles for a small bathroom too.
- Glossy Bathroom Wall Tiles : Use light reflecting glossy tiles or mother-of-pearl finish tiles on the bathroom wall as they enhance the space by reflecting light, giving a sense of grander proportions.
- Metallic Bathroom Tiles : A darker tile can be used effectively to add depth to a space, on walls, as a pencil line around the width of the space, making it look longer and wider.
- Patterned Mosaic Bathroom Tiles : To draw the eye upwards and across the room try using patterned mosaic such as hexagon or scallops to add character. Put them below rail height, and use plain, light-coloured tiles above to reduce their dominant streak and make it feel larger and lighter.
- Bold Bathroom Tiles : Another proven bathroom solution is based on breaking the subdued, calm base tiles with a bold and patterned element. Avoid taking it all the way up lest it becomes overwhelming!
to aim for as much decorative flow of the fixtures and fittings as possible. Small gaps of painted wall between a bath splashback and a basin, it’s better to tile across the length of the wall and to limit the changes in tiling levels.
The tiny bathroom…we’ve all been there. With a few bathroom tile tricks, like, using one tile on all the walls, floor to ceiling, can help open a space up. Switching to another tile partway up the wall can visually cut the room off, making it appear smaller. If you’re using both tile and paint on the walls, using similar colors will help smoothly transition from one space to another without hard stops.