For many people who are considering redecorating their bathroom, black is one of the last colours that they will think of; pale pastel shades, and blues and greens are far more traditional colours. However, black is actually a great colour for a bathroom and with ranges of black coloured washroom accessories becoming more and more common, there is no excuse for black bathrooms not to be considered.
In addition, luxury items like mats, vanity sinks, tumbler holder, robe hook and special cabinets for storing toiletries should be purchased only if the space in the bathroom permits and they satisfy individual lifestyle needs. Bathrooms that are overloaded with accessories not only look cramped but also do not allow optimum utilization of these items.
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De clutter cabinets – There is nothing worse than storing items you just don’t need. It is even worse when the stuff you don’t need does not allow you to store the stuff you do! It is a human fact of life we store rubbish! Now is the time to get rid of anything that is not needed. Be brutal with your clutter in your bathroom.
Dust anybody – Starting from the top of your bathroom, (i.e the ceiling and light fittings) use a duster to remove any cobwebs or dust that may have accumulated over the winter. A dry duster can be used on painted surfaces or you could use a little furniture polish to encourage the removal of dust. If you have a vacuum cleaner with a long attachment then this can help with venetian blinds or the top of picture rails etc. You will need to use your duster to manually remove the dust from the top of the door frame and the top of any picture frames you have. Consider the top of any bathroom cabinets or mirrors, you will need to take any items that are stored here and dust accordingly. When these items are removed, consider their use.
If you don’t use them or they are not visually attractive then remove them. If you find areas of dust that are stubborn then you will need to wash this down with hot water and a mild detergent. Lemon juice is a great alternative to detergent and leaves the bathroom with a fantastic fragrance. Take time to stand back and look for areas you have missed. Once you have reached the floor areas you have dusted your bathroom.