When choosing a bathroom lining, there are so many options that it is sometimes difficult to choose just one, isn’t it? So, if you want a golden tip for coating your room in a way that goes with all types of decor, plan your bathroom with a tablet!
Known for being practical in cleaning and resistant to wet areas, the tablet is, in addition to a coating, an item that can be considered as decorative. This happens because of the different colors in which they can be found and the possibility of even making drawings on the walls of the room using the coating itself.
This versatile piece of a decorated bathroom can be found in various sizes, shapes and materials such as ceramic, glass or adhesive.
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Bathroom with tablet in the box
In most bathrooms, the shower stall faces the door, that is, when you enter the room, the first thing you see is the shower stall. Therefore, this wall ends up being the main one and deserving a greater prominence in relation to the others.
There are several ways to have a bathroom with a tablet in the box, it can be a small strip on the wall to give a detail in the decoration, on the floor, on an entire wall, in the built-in niche and even in the entire area.
This demarcation of space made by entire walls of tile is reflected in an imaginary dividing line that enhances the environment with creativity and delicacy.
Image 1: Bathroom with box covered with greenish tiles.
Image 2: Box with corner opening with inserts on the walls and built-in niche.
Image 3: Bathroom box with blue insert and a white tile strip.
Image 4: Bathroom wall with white window and niches and green tiles.
Image 5: Bathroom with tablets in the box and in the sink.
Image 6: Bathroom with red tiles on the shower wall and built-in niche.
Image 7: Bathroom box with a white wall and another with colored tablets.
Image 8: Bathroom box with tiles and glass brick wall.
Image 9: Bathroom box coated with blue tiles.
Image 10: Bathroom wall inside the box with wall coated with neutral color tiles.
Image 11: Bathroom with a strip on the wall covered with blue horizontal tiles.
Image 12: Bathroom with neutral color tiles inside the box.
Image 13: Central bathroom wall with blue tiles and white built-in niche.
Image 14: Box floor with inserts and a narrow strip on the walls.
Image 15: Blue tablets matching objects and towels in the bathroom.
Picture 16: Bathroom with bright partitions at the back of the bathtub.
Image 17: Bathroom box with tiles on the floor, walls and ceiling.
Image 18: Bathroom with tablets inside the niche built into the box.
Image 19: Small bathroom with wall covered with blue tiles.
Image 20: Bathroom box with two strips of colored tablets.
Image 21: Bathroom with shower wall, built-in niche and floor strip with blue tiles.
Image 22: Nude bathroom with insert strips inside the box and in the built-in niches.
Image 23: Bathroom with tiles on the entire window wall and a horizontal strip on the other walls.
Image 24: Dark colored bathroom with tiles on the step wall and on the wall strip with shades of brown.
Colors in a bathroom with tablet
Putting too much or too little colors ends up being a frequent concern when decorating any room, especially the bathroom, which is the smallest in the house and tends to be visually loaded more easily. However, with care and placed in the right measure, the tablets can be the solution for a more joyful environment without exaggeration.
The colors say a lot about the personality of the residents. For example, yellow offers a feeling of joy to the room, while blue brings an air of tranquility as it refers to the sea. On the other hand, darker tones represent a more serious and modern look and lighter tones provide a feeling of spaciousness. Therefore, a bathroom with the right color insert will make all the difference in the harmony of the house.
The tip here is to choose colors that contrast with the rest of the coating to create a harmonic composition. For this it is necessary to be careful that the chosen color does not disappear among the other colors. For example, if you have a dark environment, like black, and you put brown tablet in, it won’t show up. But if you add details in yellow, it will get a nice highlight.
If you want a discreet bathroom with just a touch of color, the suggestion is to place colored tablets in the niches, in small strips on the walls or around the sink. If you have a large mirror, it’s worth making a kind of frame with the tablet on the wall.
Image 25: Wall and sink lined with purple tiles.
Picture 26: Bathroom with yellow tiles on the window wall.
Image 27: Narrow wall with dark tiles, black sink, round mirror and wooden niche.
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Picture 28: Bathroom with sink wall with colored tiles and square mirror.
Image 29: Green and blue bathroom with inserts in the structure of the sink.
Image 30: White bathroom with built-in niche and illuminated with yellow tiles.
Image 31: Bathroom with all walls covered in purple tiles.
Image 32: Bathroom box decorated with colored stripes made of inserts.
Image 33: Top of the sink with a wall of colored tablets.
Image 34: Bathroom decorated with a small strip of colored tablets above the sink.
Image 35: Colored inserts serving as a decorative mirror frame.
Image 36: Bathroom shower box coated with blue and white tiles forming a gradient.
Image 37: Bathroom with tiles in shades of brown and two niches built into the wall.
Image 38: White bathroom with the inside of the box with red tiles.
Image 39: Bathroom decorated in white and blue with the wall of the sink covered with tiles in two colors.
Image 40: Bathroom decorated with tiles on the outside of the bathtub and on the pink wall.
Image 41: Walls of tiles in different shades of blue with wooden cabinet and white vats.
Image 42: Modern bathroom with a vertical band of colored inserts inside the shower stall.
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Picture 43: Small bathroom with window wall covered with colored tiles.
Image 44: Bathroom decorated with blue frames and tiles on the window wall and on the side of the bathtub.
Image 45: Bathroom with green pads around the sink.
Image 46: Bathroom with orange tablets inside the box and under the sink.
Image 47: White bathroom with horizontal band inside the box with inserts.
Image 48: Bathroom with tiles on all walls and floor in dark blue color.
Picture 49: Wall decorated with a vertical strip with glass inserts and shelves.
Image 50: Yellow tablets lining the bathroom sink and shower stall.
Bathroom decorated with tablet
Regardless of the size of your bathroom, it doesn’t need to be left out of creativity when decorating. With planning it is possible to make drawings in the bathroom with tablets of all colors.
Whether on the floor, ceiling or walls, your room will be much more cheerful and fun with drawings. After all, it’s unusual to see artwork within a space that is underrated when it comes to creative decor.
Design Tips for a Bathroom with Tablet
The picture portrayed must represent the personality of the residents, so it is important that everyone agrees with the art that will be made. After all, it will be very difficult to change it. On the other hand, if your bathroom is part of a suite, it will be much easier to match it with the bedroom decor.
The most requested drawings are the abstract ones as they are easier for residents to approve and are harder to get bored. The same goes for the colors used.
If the intention is to bring a difference to the bathroom, but in a discreet way, using neutral tones is an excellent alternative.
But, if you have kids at home, why not make hygiene moments a lot more fun with colorful and fun drawings? It’s worth putting your little one’s favorite design or something very colorful.
If you want to know how to decorate the rest of your home, be sure to read the article on Small Apartment Decor.
Image 51: Bathroom with two sinks, shower and floor designed with blue and white tiles.
Image 52: Bathroom wall lined and designed with gray, white and yellow tiles.
Image 53: Bathroom with tablet design of a boy on top of the bathtub and another boy who jumped with an umbrella.
Image 54: Bathroom box with white and blue vertical stripes.
Image 55: Bathroom decorated in black and white with tiles on the floor forming a frame and an abstract design.
Image 56: Bathroom with tablet forming a horizontal strip on the walls with the Pac Man design and cherries.
Image 57: Bathroom with white walls and black drawings on the walls and on the side of the bathtub.
Image 58: Bathroom with a single wall of colored partitions forming an abstract design in blue, yellow and white.
Image 59: Bathroom floor with tiles forming a design that simulates crochet in black and white.
Image 60: Bathroom with tablet on the floor forming small squares in black and white.
Image 61: Bathroom with tablets on the walls forming pink flowers with leaves.
Image 62: Geometric figure made with red tiles in a large and gray bathroom.
Image 63: Bathroom with floor designed with waves made of blue and white tiles.
Image 64: Striped bathroom walls in neutral colors and a vertical band with crochet designs.
Image 65: Walls around the bathtub and ceiling with abstract designs made with inserts.
Image 66: Bathroom shower floor with design made of yellow, orange and red tiles.
Image 67: Children’s bathroom with colored drawings made of tablet.
Image 68: Bathroom with tablet on the floor forming a blue snail.
Bathroom with different types of tablets
Now that you have chosen where to place the tiles in the bathroom, the color and the design, it is necessary to understand what types of tiles exist and what the characteristics of each one are.
Because they are resistant to moisture, ceramic tiles end up being the most used in bathrooms. Plus, it’s easy to find and one of the most affordable options on the market.
Bathroom with glass insert
Characterized by giving a touch of elegance to the bathroom, this option has a delicacy for being slightly transparent and, therefore, offering a greater shine due to the reflection of light. Its benefits are also attributed to easy cleaning and high durability.
This insert option already has an adhesive glue on the back that facilitates adherence. The adhesive pad is very resistant to wet areas and, therefore, it can also be placed inside the box or close to the sink.
Image 69: Mirror frame made of insert matching the recessed niche in the wall inside the box.
Image 70: Wall above the sink coated with neutral colored inserts.
Image 71: Bathroom with pictures, shelves and insert detail on the walls.
Image 72: Bathroom with black insert on the bottom of the walls.
Image 73: Bathroom decorated in green with tablet, rug and objects in this color.
Image 74: Wall striped horizontally with tiles and tiles.
Picture 75: Bathroom with two coats wall and decorative tiles.
Image 76: Bathroom with tablets in a small strip on the walls composing the decoration.
Image 77: Red tablet decorating the bathroom walls.
Image 78: Wall between box and toilet with chip wall.
Image 79: Bathroom coated with two types and colors of tiles.
Picture 80: Bathroom with sink, cabinet, mirror, shelves and tablets in brown.
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