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How Do You Design a Good Bathroom?

The thought of having to design a bathroom all the way from scratch can seem disorienting, upsetting as well as downright inconvenient at first, but once you break the task down into more manageable bite sized activities, suffice it to say that you would begin to realize the ease with which you can accomplish your present goals. There is a fairly specific criteria that bathrooms need to adhere to in order to be objectively good based on modern design preferences, and learning a thing or two about them can make your own bathroom easier to perfect than might have been the case otherwise.

The most critical tip that we want you to wrap your brain around when you feel the need to upgrade to a luxury bathroom is that your toilet should be as far away from the door as possible. The reason behind this is that toilets don’t look very nice once all has been said and is now out of the way, and the first thing that you should witness when you step into this toilet is either the wash basin, shower or a bathtub if that is something that you enjoy using.

Another crucial element that can separate good bathroom designs from bad ones is a preference for lighter color tones. Darker tones can turn a bathroom into a forbidding and potentially even frightening space because they catch the light in strange ways and absorb it instead of reflecting it. Lighter tones don’t need to be bright or jovial either. You can opt for slate grey or cream if you don’t want a bright red or yellow bathroom. That can make your bathroom more sophisticated too.

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