Several times I have talked about how to decorate the house with a mini budget. Today we tackle the renovation of the bathroom and in particular the choice of the coating. Resins, wallpapers and original tiles often require a substantial budget.
And if instead of investing on the tile to decorate the bathroom was the escape?
Choose a tile simple, solid, and play with the color of the paste that fills the joints. You just need to select a beautiful palette to get a bathroom full of personality and sure impact.
THE RULE IS: THE JOINTS CONTRAST
You will not need to plaster all over the bathroom as it was once done, insert the cover in the most critical points in contact with the water, behind the sink or in the shower, and paint the rest of the room with a washable varnish, the color of the filler used for the joints or any other color if you want to play with contrasts.
The alternatives are many: coloured grouts with white tiles or white stucco with colored tile, and the result is even more unusual to be colored may be either one or the other. Have you ever thought about? With this system to redo the look to your bathroom it will be easy and super cheap, you can easily change the color of the grout on the tiles already laid, taking care to remove the old one.
Do not forget the option black and white, perfect with the square tile, we help you to get a fun effect “quaderno”, to break with a few accessories to contrast, such as a faucet in a bright red.
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Ah, of course, all the tips above are fully applicable also in the kitchen.
Some of the products to get the joints to contrast? I will recommend the fillers of the line for Mapei Coloured Grouts and the line Fugabella of Kerakoll.
On the cover, the Room Mate Giulia in Milan, signed by Patricia Urquiola.
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