Bathroom is not considered just a utility these days. It looks more and more like retreats and spas in your own home. For example, the master bathroom or today may include a toilet, bidet, two sinks, separate tub and shower, whirlpool or spa and perhaps more. Some bathrooms may even include exercise equipments, see-through fireplaces, mini-refrigerators, saunas and even flat panel televisions that can be mounted on walls or ceiling.
In a contemporary bathroom decor, you see stainless steel sink, medicine chest, bathtub, shower walls, faucets and spigots, and they are available in a wide variety of shapes and materials. In a contemporary bathroom decor, you see also corner shelves, corner shower with shower caddy, hanging towel bars, medicine cabinets with mirrors and washbasins in regular round, square or rectangular shapes.
As for bathroom light fixtures, they range from simple to funky. They are also in all colors, shapes and styles. Bathroom faucets and other accessories enhance the overall style of the bathroom. For example, traditional fixtures are more ornate, that is why they suit classic, period, colonial, rustic and country bathroom decors. On the other hand, modern fixtures are slim, sleek, angular and ultra-streamlined.
If you have a small bathroom and are searching for some ideas, then you have come to the right place. A small bathroom do not all have the same functions as it can be Half-Bath, which consists of a toilet and sink. Or it can be Three-Quarter Bath, which includes toilet, sink, and either shower or tub; or it can be Full Bath, which includes toilet, sink, shower, and tub and the shower and tub tend to be combined as one unit.
You can use the following tips and tricks with your small bathroom. Use pedestal sinks rather than large vanity cabinets to save space. Place toilet, sink, and shower/tub along one wall. Use lighter paint colors to make the room feel airier and larger and give the bathroom a feeling of spaciousness. Lay the ceramic or tile diagonally, it will make your small bathrooms feel less cramped. Place a Wainscot shelf behind the sink to provide a storage space.
You can get inspiration from the following pictures.