There are several styles in which you can choose to decorate or remodel your bathroom to. It therefore should go without saying that ideally, you view bathrooms of the different styles but of course, if you can’t see the actual bathrooms, photos displayed on the internet should suffice. A bathroom style just defines what sort of theme you want your bathroom to be in, it still leaves a lot of room for personal choice in the actual finished design, yet it gives a point from where to start and will probably help you to decide what fittings, if any, you need to buy.
The final design of your bathroom can then be worked around your theme, or style, and your fittings. You can then decide on things like the colours of the walls, curtains, ceiling and maybe even the floor, if the type of flooring permits. One of the points in a design which is often ignored though; is lighting. Although you may depend as much as possible on natural lighting in the rest of your house, you may feel it appropriate for the bathroom, yet you obviously need ample light. If you have chosen a traditional, contemporary or even modern style for your bathroom, perhaps one bright, energy saving light may be ample, it may be appropriate for other styles though. Spot lighting certain points in the bathroom, perhaps above the basin could prove effective, especially if you want to luxuriate in a bath with only subtle lighting providing freedom of your thoughts. Some styles may allow you to concealed lighting, just giving a low warming glow to the room but in instances like this, at least one spot light would probably be necessary.
Once you have your fittings in place and have completed all the painting and prepared your lighting, it still leaves you with adding any accessories you may feel appropriate to enhance the bathrooms theme. It is the adding of the accessories that may define your bathroom more than anything else and so although they should be conducive with the theme, they should also, where possible, include a little personal touch. Some styles may be brightened by vases of fresh flowers placed in the room whilst others may lean more towards no ornamental embellishments at all. There some styles though, that almost beg for personal embellishments to be added and one of those would be a beach style. Although you may have placed lighting to brighten the whole room, painted the floor a sandy brown and the walls a light blue, this is one style that craves a little extra. A plastic spade and bucket in a corner, a starfish on the side of the tub or perhaps even a jar of sand placed near the mirror. These are all embellishments that not only won’t look out of place but will add a sense of character to the room. With an additional beach towel draped on the wall, this type of bathroom style is particularly popular for ones which are used by children.