By Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. Monday, November 20th 2017, 11:04:00 AM.
Cove lighting creates a gap between the wall and the finely done tile mosaic wall making it more appealing to the human eyes. Here, the bathtub is highlighted by the natural light it receives coming from the window. The designer wants to project a cool ocean-like atmosphere in the room by using tiles in shades of blue. The idea is to create a soothing and relaxing feel of the water.
Always plan according to the needs of the primary user. This is important so you will know what kind of materials and features you need. A bathroom for children and adult would have different needs and you would use different features, too. For a child's bathroom, use non-skid surfaces and rounded edge to avoid injury. You can also place anti-slip mats. You can have adaptations for disabled persons by having grab rails to walls and close to the toilet. Consider a wall-hung sink so that people who use wheelchairs can move closer to it with ease.
If you don't want to see clutter in your bathroom, have good storage spaces. You need to have storage areas for cleaning materials, medicines, children's toys for the bathroom, toiletries and others. Choose a good bathroom vanity cabinet that will not only keep your toiletries but will also make your bathroom look good. You can have a cabinet that can occupy from floor to ceiling for a wider space.