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  1. Think of the entrance focus point.
    What are your target associations regarding that very point?
    Be strategic about the specific layout.
    I know I know.
    Capt. obvious.
    At your service.

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  2. Don’t clutter the space with DIY carpentry.
    None sane interior designer would do such horrible horrible thing.
    Have you heard of garage sails?
    Elaborate firewood?
    Remember to John Snow?
    Winter is coming.

    Amazing Mutina tiles and contemporary Laufen ceramics by Kartell.


  3. Size matters.
    Say no to oversized anything.
    It’s not the time or place.
    Srsly, it’s the smallest room in the house.
    Act accordingly.
    Trim the unnecessary off to make it look bigger.unnamed-111


  4. Stick to the theme.
    Pick one, and stick with it.
    By the way, color itself is not a theme. Just sayin’.
    Modern/classic modern/classic/contemporary/eclectic/nautical and so on.


  5. Aim for both the tub and the shower.
    Just a quickie or the long soapy shower?
    Up to you.
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  6. Turn your bathroom into a SPA zone.
    Use calming palettes, natural materials and soft surfaces.
    Accessorize to the taste.


  7. Don’t get carried away with tiling.
    Think 10 years after. Or more.
    It’s easier to change accessories than rip everything off.
    Be wise.
    Amazing Mutina tiles and contemporary Laufen ceramics by Kartell. Sooo interiortastic.interiortastic-with-mutina-and-laufen-karttelAmazing Mutina tiles and contemporary Laufen ceramics by Kartell.


     

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