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A distinctive design Cement Bathroom Set-WBN0002A
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A distinctive vertical grain carved in the grey body.This rugged design send you a strong sense of wild and concrete. Easy to clean and safe to maintain.4pcs simple accessories is totally practical.Please don't take too much time to consider.It is a great option for your bathroom.
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Bathroom renovations don't often allow for moving walls or changing floor plans to create more space. Even if you’re lucky enough to be building a new home, there’s every chance you might need to compromise on the size of your bathroom or ensuite. Don’t despair! The following tips have a clever way of making your bathroom bigger, or at least appear to be!
The right colour creates space
Perhaps the single most important way to create the illusion of more space is to choose the right paint colour. Pale colors, especially pastels and off-whites, reflect light and increase the room’s brightness. If you’re using wallpaper, steer clear of heavy patterns and dark colors. The best wallpapers will have a white or pale base with a soft wall pattern.
Lighten up and out
Carefully considered lighting is very effective in playing tricks on our eyes and creating the illusion that the walls are further apart. To do this, try adding more lighting in low-light areas and opt for higher wattage bulbs. If you can, add natural light through skylights or bigger windows - that’s even better.
Space to reflect
You may have already seen this done in your favourite cafe or restaurant. Adding a strategically placed mirror is a powerful way to create the sense of greater space in even the smallest area. Remember to choose a mirror that suits your style as well as what you’re wanting to achieve. A wide horizontal mirror will produce the effect of extending a space, whereas a vertical mirror will create the sense of a raised ceiling height. Placing a mirror opposite an outside window will capture the incoming light and reflect it back into the room, brightening the space and ‘pushing out’ the walls.
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