Easy Ways to Add Visual Warmth to a Cold Tile Bathroom

Easy Ways to Add Visual Warmth to a Cold Tile Bathroom

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Dabney Frake
Dec 14, 2015
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Even the most beautiful bathrooms can still come off as cold and sterile. Luckily there are easy ways to change the feel and look of a space so that it's cozier and more inviting.

Above, this all-white bathroom from Amber Interiors uses bamboo shades to break up the hard walls and bathtub.

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This bathroom from Suzy Hoodless uses a handful of brass accents to offset all the black tile.

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Jenna Sue DIY'd a rustic wood valance to hide her shower curtain when she redid her 1970s bathroom.

Although technically black is a neutral, it does have warm properties. Consider Amanda's paint job if you want to change the cold feel of your space.

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It's weird but true that Emma & Cody's wooden toilet seat is a small change that makes a huge difference in how you take in this bathroom.

Rugs add both emotional and actual warmth to your feet in the winter. Consider something larger than the average bath mat, like this cowhide one from this Washington D.C. home.

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Even a simple wall hanging, like this one made from a branch, seen on Domaine, adds a warm organic feel you can't get from manmade materials.

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