Bathroom updating ideas
The room is papered with old AAA maps; the wainscoting is painted in Farrow & Ball's Cornforth White.
Many people don’t know where to start, and they end up jumping in, spending too much money and coming out with a finished project much poorer and less satisfied than when they started.When designing a kitchen or bathroom, every element counts.Questions swim around their head about exactly where to start with the project: on a small scale like updating the lighting or hardware (racks, mirrors, vanities) or more major projects like replacing the shower and bathtub."Powder rooms are usually where I really go all out, break all the rules and use materials that might look 'over the top' in larger spaces," says interior designer Melissa Miranda.Dark colors or bold patterns, like this graphic lattice wallpaper, add dimension and a bit of fun.That’s why we’re here, to give you the tools you need to transform that dream into a reality.
With inspiration like this as a starting base, let us lead you on the journey towards your dream bathroom.
Design by Jennifer Jones An advantage of small bathrooms? "Since the space is usually so small, you can get away with using higher priced materials as you need so little of them," says interior designer Melissa Miranda.
Designer Shelly Reihl David paired a hand-carved marble sink with a modern metallic damask wall covering, gold gilded mirror and amber crystal wall sconces to create this impactful space.
In older houses especially, the bathroom is usually the first thing that bugs its new occupants and a bathroom renovation is soon on the cards.
Whether its a full bathroom remodeling or just updating the accessories, the options are almost limitless - the design options of fixtures, the vanity, cabinet, shower, mirror, bathtubs, tiles and more have only grown over the years.
If your bathroom has outdated fixtures, or you’re simply tired of looking at decor you’ve had for decades, it’s a good time to take charge and renovate.