Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela BuildingTraditional Bathroom, New York
A beautiful, clean, cool, classic, white Master Bath. Interior Design by Ashley Whittaker.
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Of course, staged photos don’t display the cleaning supplies and big-box-store-size toilet paper packs that are the unglamorous but realistic parts of daily living. Even with these necessities stored, you can create a space that is both efficient for your morning routine and rejuvenating after you’ve had a long, tiring day. The first step is decluttering your bathroom to remove excess items. Here’s how to do it.Bathrooms are usually multipurpose storage centers of toiletries, linens, cleaning supplies and medicines. To declutter, I recommend separating everything into categories (also sub-categories if necessary) and purging items in each category before moving on to the next.
4. A light reflector. If your bathroom is skimpy on natural light, you can fake an abundance of it with an all-white color scheme. You still need ample lighting from ceiling or wall fixtures, but the large amount of white will bounce around the light and brighten the space.