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The secret is to follow the principles of design: Line, Form, Scale, Pattern, Texture and Color.

Edges, corners and decorative features create an abundance of lines. The bathroom will feel more integrated and harmonious if these elements align as much as possible.

For instance the top of the door creates an horizontal line, if there is a window or tall cabinet in the room, the design will be smoother if the top edges line up with the top line of the door molding. When it is not possible to align the elements you can still create a unified feeling by introducing a line of tiles or a strip or molding to tie the elements.

Form, it relates to this shape and structure of various elements in design. Rectangular forms dominate most bathrooms, but in order to be harmonious, their proportions must be similar.


This principle is an expression of relative size. The size of the fixtures must be proportional to the size of the room.

Is the ordered regularity of the elements of design. In most bathrooms the goal is to strike a balance between too much of the same pattern and too many different ones. One apporach is to reduce pattern to a bare minimum by using mostly plain materials.


Most bathroom textures – the visual and tactile surface of all of the materials used- are smooth for durability and easy cleaning , but even smooth surfaces can vary. Consider the differences to the touch among polished wood, glazed tile, porcelain and glass. Think about texture when you choose all of your materials.


Where do you start? If there are permanent materials in the bathroom, such as a blue tub, start with that color and build a scheme around it. You can also build a color scheme around a fabric or wallcovering or a painting that you want to include in the bathroom.

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