By Jacelyn Hymas. interior. Published at Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 07:34:45 AM.
That said. there are a few things you can do to help ensure that your design remains cohesive. Remember: above all. the space should remain functional. Make a plan for your design before you begin. and do your best to keep function at the forefront. Don't be afraid to edit as you go. If there are ever so many design elements present that it gets difficult to identify the functionality at first glance.
Swap out your hardware Builder-grade hardware is pretty generic; it's meant to appeal to as many homeowners as possible. Luckily. upgrading your hardware is a quick and easy fix that doesn't require years of builder expertise. Get personal with your hardware: scour flea markets for interesting knobs and latches. or opt for timeless hardware that's more your style.
Taking an afternoon to trim mirrors in stained or painted hardwood gives your bathroom a completely custom look that is anything but generic. Try matching your cabinetry finish or stain for a more refined look. or go for a bright color for a fun kid's bathroom. Getting rid of the harsh. plain edges of unframed mirrors adds character. and. best of all. doing so doesn't require a complete bathroom renovation.
Use a room divider.Invest in some sizable wall art.Hang a vertical mirror.Hang things from the wall to create vertical storage.Consider using a hanging light fixture as your statement pieceUse these tips to create a studio apartment layout that works. Due to square footage constraints. laying out a studio apartment requires different design techniques than a decorating a traditional home.