Bathroom. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 07:58:22 AM
A Japanese-style bathroom has a clear focus on relaxation and hygiene. It‘s important to understand that while these two concepts go together in this space, the Japanese believe in keeping them separated. Because the bathtubs are viewed as a place to soak, they are not primarily used as a place for bathing or cleanliness, and will not be found in large sizes like in many households today. Additionally, the toilet will always be found separate from a soaking tub. In many cases, a door or separate small space is created singularly for the toilet. If it‘s not possible to craft a separate room for the toilet in your given bathroom space, a DIY partition will suffice. A paper partition or hanging curtain will act as a barrier between the desire to relax and the necessity of hygiene. Behind that partition however, hygiene is of the upmost importance in a Japanese-style bathroom. In fact, most of these bathrooms do not host a standard toilet, but instead, utilize a bidet. These features are available in a variety of colors and sizes to fit bathrooms of all types.
There‘s a reason tile is often the material of choice in the bathroom: it reflects light, it‘s durable, it‘s easy to clean and it freshens up the space. We‘ve assembled a list of bathroom tile ideas to help you get started. Tile is a good way to make the space look polished and to revamp a bathroom without doing a major overhaul. Keep in mind that the grout between tiles can become grimy if it‘s not cleaned properly, and regular maintenance is important in preserving an aesthetic that looks fresh and not grungy.
Practically speaking, paint is the simplest and most affordable way to add a large punch of color to a space. We recommend selecting the shade you want first and then building the rest of the room‘s color scheme around it. If the idea of adding color to the entire room seems a bit too much for your tastes, try doing just one. The key here is to pick the right wall to be your showpiece — you want one with a strong focal point or the one that‘s directly across from the door.
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