If you're remodeling your bathroom, you're probably wondering what you can do with a plain wall to make your bathroom unique. Because you don't know what your future will bring, you may want to sell your home down the road. So you may not want to get too crazy. But there are some things you can do with that plain wall that are not only trendy, but will stand the test of time as far as appearances go. This guide provides three ideas that you can add to the bathroom of your dreams.
Full Wall Mural
Experts in wall design are everywhere and your contractor can help you find the right one to choose a mural that not only matches your personal style, but can bring about a sense of tranquility and maybe even spark your imagination while in the shower. Some murals that work well in a bathroom include:
- a waterfall scene
- a mountain scene
- a country meadow scene
If you love the sound of water flowing or trickling, a water wall installed on your bathroom wall can help provide the soothing sounds you're looking for. If no electricity is available on the wall, ask your contractor to contract an electrician to install a new outlet. In doing so, you don't have electrical cords showing because you won't have to run extension cords to the outlets.
Don't worry about having running water to your wall. Most of these work by simply filling a reservoir with clean water, then you just plug it in and enjoy the soothing, flowing sounds.
Depending on the rest of your bathroom's design, have real rocks and stones permanently placed on the wall. This may take some time to design, so that you and your contractor can come up with the look you're going for. But in the end all the mortar and tools the workers use to install your rock wall will be worth it.
If you're feeling especially adventurous, ask the contractor, like those at Davidson Remodeling Inc., to create small cubby holes between the rocks in random places so you can add live or synthetic plants to provide more of a natural feel to the wall.
As you go through the bathroom remodeling process, you'll find that you can do a lot more with a plain wall than what you may have thought. Use this as a guide to help spark your imagination, so that you can turn your bathroom into a tranquil, yet interesting room.Share