I don’t know about you but the idea of bringing the bathroom into the bedroom is still exciting to me! I guess it is because a bathroom suite just looks like a great option for those who are looking for comfort and privacy.
If you are thinking about integrating rooms or have a new home project in mind to update your in-suite bathroom, here are some of the ideas I have in mind.
Clear and light Colours
Don’t get me wrong, I do love the idea of having a rustic bathroom. However, when it comes to a bathroom in my bedroom, I would like to have something cleaner and minimalist.
For cleaner bathroom decor, invest in the light and neutral tones, such as white, beige, or light grey. I would also go for pastel tones, such as water blue, light green and light purple.
Now, if the decoration is more sophisticated, bet on the 3D coating in dark tones, such as black and lead grey, which can be also a great match for you.
Another winner is immediately thinking of white, after all, it is the colour associated with hygiene and purity, and white can better identify dirt particles.
White reflects light better and tends to visually enlarge the space, which is why it is a colour widely used in bathrooms and bathroom components.
However, bathrooms and small bathrooms do not have to be white, other light colours like beige and grey are also good options for bathroom liners.
Find Your Space and Style
Therefore, the first thing to consider in this renovation is to define your favourite style. So, after that, master the dimensions of the room and invest in planned furniture.
In-suite bathrooms are usually used by couples. Yes, it is always great to have a sophisticated bathroom to spread your products around without thinking about space.
So, investing in two spaces is always a great idea. After all, there are moments for two, but the privacy of each one must also be respected. Plan to locate the intimate area separate from the sink, and if necessary, separate the sink counter into two separate spaces.
A good design for the bathroom should include decorative lighting, but also functional lighting. It can be done in two ways: a central one, which is composed of a ceiling lamp and accent lighting, using sconces or other types of side lamps.
I like to invest in central ones because it looks more practical and safer. But I do like side lamps. Especially ones placed next to a stylish mirror.
Another tip is to prioritise transparent glass in the window. Unlike matte and coloured models, it does not filter sunlight and allows it to reach the interior space with greater intensity.
When we talk about artificial lighting, there are several resources available. If the idea is to keep the bathroom looking more modern, bet on lamps that emanate white light. Those who prefer a cosy or intimate atmosphere (especially in suites) should choose the yellowish light.