Yellowed paint, lighting equipment chosen by your landlord, is difficult to be anything but discouraged when you see the bathroom of your rented apartment and imagine how to decorate it. But with a little wise and impermanent improvement and some deep cleaning that is very much needed that room will look so good that you can finally let other people besides your cat see it.
It’s time to have a dinner party that you have planned for years! None of the upgrades must damage the bank or require forever to implement, you might be able to make a soup-to-bean overhaul this weekend if you want to do it. Or carefully list the following upgraded tenant friendly bathrooms and select a few that might be done only one or two that will make a real difference.
1. Woodsy Charm for the Small Bathroom
Feel that your small contemporary bathroom is lacking a hint of warmth and elegance? Nothing balances this environment better than wood. Floating wooden vanities fit in seamlessly with modern and transitional styles and they give the tiny, white bathroom a smart focal point.
2. Small White Bathrooms
We already discussed how popular white is in a small bathroom. It is one thing to use it in order to fashion a relaxing bathroom and a whole different ball game when you want an all-white bathroom. Small, all-white bathrooms look absolutely gorgeous, but they require plenty of care and maintenance. Since bright and old colors are either limited or non-existent in these settings, you actually need to choose a style and stick to it ardently in order to give the bathroom a personality of its own.
3. Tiles for the Tiny Bathroom
Choosing tiles for the small bathroom is a touch tricky because you do not want to visually fragment an already compact space. Once again, it is the white subway tiles that emerge as the leader of the pack here, but for those looking for something different, the 6-sided tiles are the trendiest option. Hexagonal floor and wall tiles are currently a hit and from the large ones in gray to tiny penny sized copper wonders.
4. Finding Space for the Bathroom
Blue and white are the color schemes in the bathroom that functions for a variety of styles – from the beach and the coast to Scandinavia and at a minimum. But before you choose a style and color scheme, you need to find a place for a bathroom in your apartment that is already limited! Modern design and a worldwide range of possible assignments have made the apartment owner choose a bathroom cubicle with additional space on it that can be used for everything from the second bedroom to the work area and storage room.
5. A dash of Blue Magic!
There is no doubt that in any tiny space or room, white is the color that we most often turn to. But the second most popular choice in tiny bathrooms, and rightfully so, is blue in its many lighter shades and tints. The idea of a blue and white bathroom brings forth the images of a luxurious spa-style setting and this gives the small bathroom a relaxing visual appeal. You can either choose the lighter shade of blue as the primary color in the bathroom and let white take a backseat.