How do you add color to your bathroom without actually deviating from your white color palette? One word, mirrors. Mirrors will reflect light in a silvery glow and maybe even cast rainbows in the sunshine without actually bringing color to your space. Sometimes all you need is a subtle pattern to make a white space feel newer and fresher than it already is. Try a white shiplap to bring some character to your space while staying bright and crisp. Of course some bathrooms really need a bold punch to make them feel complete. But rather than using paint to achieve that punch, add some black fixtures to your white space. Such a stark contrast will look chic and modern. There's no shame in wanting to improve on the white you have. Instead of going for pops of color, look for interesting white accents that will blend in and draw your eyes at the same time. When it doubt, add a plant. If you have a window in your white bathroom, opt for a living leafy thing but if not, there are plenty of planty options that look like the real thing without needing water or light. When the rest of your home is a certain style, you definitely want to take that into account when you're adding to your white bathroom.
Install a drop-in or hand-painted sink into a free-standing cabinet or chest. It will look like a separate piece of furniture. Or drop a custom-designed sink into a marble or solid-surface countertop for an elegant look. The newest look in bathroom sinks shows a large bowl mounted on the top of a bathroom counter. Artists and designers are using all sorts of material, such as marble, hand-blown glass, gold-leafed glass, or shiny metals. Before selecting a sink of this design, be sure that the height will be convenient to use and that the bowl will be safe. Lighting, by all means, get rid of that yellowed fan- heater-overhead light that's hanging in the middle of your bathroom. Lighting for a redesigned bathroom (and other rooms, as well) is more directed at work areas. Soft light for a soaking bath can be achieved with a wall dimmer connected to any lighting. Choose some beautiful wall sconces for either side of the mirror, a sparkling chandelier for overhead, or place a small table lamp on the counter or dressing table area.
In addition to painting, there are other easy bathroom decor ideas such as refreshing the room's accessories like floor mats, toilet paper holders, soap dispensers and towels. Pricey items like custom floor patterns or countertop materials won't be as hard on your budget as they might in a kitchen because the space is much smaller. If you don't know quite what you want or need look through our other bathroom design ideas for some of the hottest bathroom trends and innovations, or browse other inspirational ideas like our marble bathroom gallery or our 30 beautiful and relaxing bathrooms. If you're still sketching out designs on graph paper make sure to look at our ideas about how to make the most of your bathroom layout.
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