Brilliant Bathroom Design
October 31, 2013
The use of baths dates back to 3000 BC and originally had a religious connotation for purification of the body and soul. Today, more than your bedroom or kitchen, your bathroom should be your zen place. It’s where you go to cleanse, rejuvenate or press refresh after a long day. A time honored tradition, bath time should still be sacred.
Tin’s a great addition to a luxury bathroom because it complements the look and feel of the inherent healing properties of water, providing you ample moments to sneak away for solitude and indulgence. You could do a standard ceiling installation to provide visual interest, or a more custom piece like creating a vanity wall, highlighting a mirror or even outlining cabinetry - the only limit is your imagination. In smaller spaces, accent walls and even colors can make a world of difference, setting the mood and making a room seem much larger than it really is by reflecting the light to deceive the eye. Create a completely personalized look by contrasting tin tiles with unique wallpaper patterns, interesting knickknacks and fixtures made of various materials.
It’s been proven that bathroom renovation can make the biggest impact on your home’s resale value. It’s one of the few rooms that costs the least to update and can change the entire look and feel of your home. Double sinks, extra storage space, oversized tubs, and walk-in showers are especially appealing to new home buyers, but the overall impression the space gives off matters the most. It’s a delicate balance between form and function.
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