If you’ve made a room for your little boy or girl when she was growing up then you probably know what it takes to plan a good room. Taking the practical considerations aside such as ventilation and the positioning of the doors and windows, everything else like wall paper color or furniture choice is all up to you. Some people may have made their decisions based on a motif that they are following. Other pick out objects from fancy and somehow, despite the striking differences, make the whole get up work.
To plan, thus, a bathroom would be somehow similar yet different from what you have previously done. As always, you have to take in the practical considerations before you go wild with your decorative choices. Here are a few tips on how to brainstorm for shower designs.
As aforementioned, it is easier and more convenient to make and decide on décor when following a certain motif. For example, if you thought up of Japanese bath house, the wall paper should be of a wood tone, the floor probably made of wood tiles, and the fixtures resembling wooden implements even if they are made of plastic or other materials. Certain exceptions can be made, however, such as the water guard for bath shower enclosures, because these negligible elements serve a specific and important purpose. Sticking with a theme makes decision making regarding other aspects of the bathroom easier.
Another good idea, if you really want a sustainable and credible design, is to ask your contractor for a good set up of the bathroom. All you need to know is where the toilet and shower or bath tub will be situated. From there, you can choose what kind of tile to pick or the fixtures, furnishings, shelves, lighting, and other designs to incorporate in the room.
In the end, you will have to settle everything with your contractor to make sure that the designs thought up doable or within your price range. Plan carefully and let your imaginations, within the limit of reason and reasonable price, run wild. Enjoy!