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Step 7: Fabricating the bathroom cabinetryIn the next stage, the carpenters come into the picture to fabricate the cabinetry below the countertop or in any other area of the bathroom.Step 8: Painting of the wallsNow it is time for painting the ceiling and the walls, especially if the design does not include a floor-to-ceiling tiled surface. Satin-finish or semi-gloss finish paint is usually recommended by the pro because these paints are resistant to moisture.Best Materials & Finishes for Bathroom Cabinets
2. Choose levered tapsPick taps with a lever design over any other kind. This eliminates the twisting and turning that could pose a problem to owners of little hands or those with mobility issues.Tip: Round the edges of countertops to reduce chances of cuts in case of falls.Find a designer from the Houzz directory to design your bathroom
5. Half and halfStrike a beautiful balance with half glass and half wall, done by merging the minimalist lines of glass with decorative tiles. Take a cue from the displayed image by Morique Interiors. Here, the shower area is separated using a part-glass and part-mosaic wall that goes from the floor to the ceiling. This adds another architectural element, and also works as a clever storage solution on the other side by holding pull-out drawers.
The master bathroom, just like the bedroom, has muted colours. The sleek floating cabinet is of the same shade of white as the floor tiles. Mirrors are used on facing walls to give the illusion of an expansive space.