Interior Design Kansas City
The idea of coming home, after a long stressful day at work, to a spa feeling in the tub sounds enticing don't it? Generally gathering ideas for the ideal bathroom feel isn't a problem. There are many different options and materials these days. Keeping an eye on and staying under the budget is the difficult part in this room. There are many subcontractors need when it comes to the bathroom such as carpenter, electrician, plumber, tiler and painter as it is very labor intensive. Be sure to at least consult a professional interior decorator before beginning a project of this magnitude.
Q. Should my bathroom match my bedroom?
A. It should provide a seamless flow as one is an extension to the other. At the very least the colors should coordinate together. The best opinion is to usually update them both at the same time, especially if its the master bedroom and bathroom.
Q. What are some of the best/worst colors?
A. You don't want any of the loud colors like yellow, red, orange. Try to plan with more aqua or gray colors. Green really makes it feel and look awful as it tends to relate to algae or seaweed. Changing the light bulbs to certain colors can also be aesthetically pleasing and improves the design of the room.
Q. How important is lighting in a bathroom?
A. There are many options for lights and should come from many different sources. A central fixture with a fan for air flow, above the sink, sconces on the side, even a chandelier is nice if the room allows for it.