If you have a bathroom that is a bit on the small side, it can be hard to create visual interest in a cramped space without feeling overwhelmed by extra furnishings. According to Better Homes and Gardens, adding beaded-board paneling to your bathroom walls could be a great method of adding texture and a neutral backdrop to work around.
This style is particularly effective if you're a fan of vintage bathroom accessories, so look into features like a clawfoot bathtub, ornate light sconces and antique mirrors to give the washroom a touch of personality.
Beaded-board panels can be kept in their natural wood state if you're going for a rustic aesthetic, but they are usually painted white and kept as a neutral background for your other decorative accents. If you choose the latter, you will have far more wiggle room to incorporate colorful window treatments, linens and other chic pops of warm hues.
These panels are just one of the many options that can revitalize the look of your small bathroom and give it a timeless aesthetic to work with. What decorative tips do you have for homeowners working with beaded-board panels?
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