Ideas To Add Edge to Your Home Bathroom


Bathrooms are perhaps the least place we think of as an “edgy” spot in your home. But you spend more time in your bathroom than anyone else, so you should definitely feel free to make your bathroom more pleasing to the eye and even break some conventions with some bathroom renovation.


When we think of bathrooms, we usually think of them with white tiled walls. You may find this to be a dull look, and since you spend lots of time in the bathroom, you’re looking at those walls constantly. However, there’s no rulebook that says your wall must be white. Instead, consider getting a color with some edge, like a mushroom gray. It’s more striking to look at, and the dark tone also disguises grime that builds up.


Also, you may be surprised to learn that not having cabinets to store bathroom items can make your bathroom seem smaller. Without cabinets to put clutter into, inevitably your bathroom materials will get scattered on your sink, bathtub, hamper and any other solid surface. That’s why it’s worth it to get a few cabinets installed. Even though cabinets take up space, this kind of bathroom renovation provides a home for all your clutter and open up the rest of your bathroom. Plus a cabinet with a cool design gives your eye something to look at.


Finally, renovating your bathroom wouldn’t be complete without spicing up your mirror. They don’t have to be plain rectangles that hang off your wall. For starters, you can get two or more mirrors over your sink, or even place multiple mirrors in different locations. And don’t feel nailed down to mirrors with straight edges. You can purchase mirrors in circles and ovals. You can also light up your mirror by placing lightbulbs along the sides or on top or bottom of your mirror.


Giving your bathroom a stylish new look isn’t hard or expensive. From big revamps of your bathroom to small additions on your walls or floors, bathroom renovation is well worth it to make your bathroom edgier and more fun to look at.

*Note: This article is for informational purposes only. The information provided in this article is for general guidance and should not replace professional advice. Always consult with experts, such as those at K. Fedewa Builders, before making any home modifications.*