There’s a common misconception that a small bathroom needs to be decorated with a light palette, but that’s not necessarily so. While it’s true that light-coloured tiles can look beautiful in a compact space, darker colours can make a bold statement and add a touch of luxury.Bathroom Tile Cape Town
The key to making a small bathroom work is to reduce visual clutter, so whether you choose light or dark tiles, aim to keep the overall look clean and minimal.
When it comes to choosing tile colour:
- If you like a light Scandi or costal look: Consider layering different shades of white in your wall and floor tiles, then adding in stone and timber tones in the benchtop and vanity.
- To make a dramatic statement: Opt for darker tiles for floors and walls. Keep the look clean and simple by choosing large-format tiles with minimal grout lines.
- To frame a white feature bath: Contrast is key; go for dark-tiled walls and floor to make a striking, white bath stand out.
- Blues and greens are trending right now: Tiles in these hues will add a calm and peaceful feel to your small bathroom.
Tip: Light the corners of a dark-tiled room to make it appear bigger. Another tip; choose tiles with a gloss finish if you want to reflect natural daylight around the room.
Tip: Choosing the right fixtures for a small bathroom is just as important as choosing the right tiles. Wall-hung vanities and toilets will reveal more of the floor and create the illusion of more space; while frameless shower screens and mirrors reduce visual clutter and allow your statement tiles to stand out.
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