Let me share 3 quick tips to make a small bathroom feel luxurious. Small bathrooms don't have to be dull, boring and unattractive. They can have as much impact on you depending on the way you want to feel in and around your bathroom. Personally, my goal are not only to make your dream become reality with your desired design but I pride myself in making your environment feel a way that is not only visually stimulating but also inspiring to the soul. My gal Chantelle @clarke.andco who I recently collaborated with on her Small En-suite Bathroom with 3D renderings, has a similar philosophy. Chantelle renovated her Small dated 80's bathroom and turned it into a Luxurious Small Bathroom.
In the 3D Photo-Realistic Renders I will show & share the 3 things I look to first when making a small bathroom amazingly luxe.
A question often asked is, ‘what is it like working with a designer?’. The short answer is no two designers work in the same way but we all have some core values; Ultimately, designers want to understand what their client wants and needs in their space and at the end of the transformation they will love the space that has been created.
All designers work differently and have different goals but the number one goal is HELPING you SEE and TRUST the design process with our talent, knowledge and tools [resources]
Through the initial connection call, I can tell you a bit more about me and how we work
When working in a small space not just in bathrooms, the main focus should be about the vibe. In this case, our focus is a luxury vibe which are my favorite touches to add, by the way. To achieve that, we need quality materials. I know, many of people often rely on marble being the "thing" that makes all things feel luxury. But trust me...its more than just marble material out there. My favorite thing to do is use an array beautiful textures, patterns or sophisticated color ranges to make it all happen. THE DESIGN GENIE™ rule of thumb is to ensure you have a smooth surface + rough texture + contrast in shape, size, color or heights in the space = luxurious environment.
SMOOTH + ROUGH + CONTRAST = LUXE
Lighting is quite fun to work with as there are SO many choices when choosing luxury light fixtures. In a small bathroom where you want that luxurious vibe, you can go with an extravagant look or even the opposite a go with a standard simple modern fixture with a shiny metal finish or matte one but keep it sophisticated.
When adding accessories to make your small bathroom a luxurious one, less is more in this size of space. I say stick to 4-5 loose piece max in a small space...everything else CAN and SHOULD be stored away out of sight and out of mind if it doesn't enhance the space for that luxurious vibe. Again, still keep in mind my rule of thumb SMOOTH + ROUGH + CONTRAST = LUXE
I know I told you all that I had 3 tips to make your small bathroom feel luxurious...but since you read to almost then end...surprise...i actual have 5 tips.
4. USE FRAMELESS SHOWER
5. INVEST IN A QUALITY VANITY
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So, what happens when an amazing interior designer meets another amazing interior designer that specializes in 3D photo-realistic rendering?...FUN COLLAB MAGIC! TRUST KISHA DESIGNS had the opportunity to collaborate with @clarke.andco Global Designs to produce a 3D Photorealistic Rendering for their En-suite Bathroom remodel project for the Better Homes & Garden ONE ROOM CHALLENGE [ORC]. The render really helped to bring the vision of the design to life as it was so identical in real life as a completed room.
Make sure you checked out the previous post if haven't yet...you need to run over there and then check out the behind the scenes video on her YouTube Channel of the Small Luxury En-suite Bathroom Remodel that she completed...IN REAL LIFE😉🤗
Design by @clarke.andco www.clarkeandcoglobaldesigns.com
Render by @trustkisha
If you are from the states, I do have a few similar finds for you to #shopthelook with from Chantelle design and my 3D photo-realistic renderings.